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  • Cyclists Racing
    Lycra-clad Tom Denwood, Executive Director at the Health and Social Care Information Centre and BCS Health Vice Chair (Policy and Strategy), examines the cycling, the health and wellbeing apps phenomenon.
  • BBC Micro
    As a true product of the 80's the BBC Micro arrived in a cream case, with striking piano black keys contrasted by the vivid red function keys across the top and a dot-matrix like Owl emblazoned in the corner reminding you of your wisdom in choosing this machine over the Sinclair Spectrum.
  • Hand Holding Stopwatch
    With the increased cost and complexity of modern IT estates, effective testing plays an ever increasing role in a successful project launch. With this in mind, Will Killin MBCS, ARM Ltd's IT Test Manager, explains how to add value during testing times.
  • Smartwatch
    The iWatch may soon be a huge success and make in-roads into all corners of our lives. But what have wearables done so far? Brian Runciman MBCS reports.
  • BMW App Being Used On Smartwatch
    When Henry Tucker went to CES2014 one of the things he was most impressed by were Audi’s computer controlled cars. You could park them simply by pressing a button on your smartphone.
  • Data Centre
    The topic of energy efficiency in data centres has been the major talking point among data centre professionals for some years now. There are opposing schools of thought surrounding which servers are the most efficient and which are the most effective.
  • Businessman Looking at Lightbulb On Blackboard
    January 2014 saw BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT produce its first State of Play report on business intelligence (BI). What’s changed for 2015? Brian Runciman MBCS reports.
  • Pen on tablet PC
    Busy year? Having trouble catching up? Check out the best of BCS’s State of Play reports 2014. Brian Runciman MBCS summarises.
  • Robotic man
    The Robotic Industries Association (RIA) reports that since 2010 robotics sales in North America have increased an average of 26 per cent each year. Brian Runciman MBCS looks at the recent development in robotics.
  • Paul Hula
    BCS Multimedia Editor Justin Richards recently spoke to IT consultant Paul Hula about project management, the current state of programming and his work in health informatics.