Tom Bennett reports from Gamers heaven.
A £1 million project to digitise BT’s historical collection of photos and documents is set to bring 165 years of UK telecoms heritage to the public’s fingertips today
A conference investigating the issues surrounding social networking on the internet is to be hosted by the University of Wolverhampton.
WAE+ has been named the second fastest-growing e-tailer in Europe by Internet Retailer in its annual report on European on-line retailers.
Helping people with disabilities to live more independently is ensuring one Malvern company is celebrating its milestone birthday in style.
A new digital lab based at Coventry University’s Technology Park is offering help to West Midlands SMEs to integrate the latest technologies into their business and boost productivity.
Innovation Birmingham Campus-based SocialSignIn has created an advanced social management dashboard to directly compete with HootSuite.
A University of Wolverhampton student has been appointed to a national body focused on tackling cyber-crime.
Birmingham-based technology business Droplet marked its London launch in style by announcing it has sealed the backing of two major retailers.
After a successful Beta trial in Birmingham, homegrown mobile payments platform Droplet is celebrating its London launch with an event at the Apple Store
In a move to enhance Birmingham’s Smart City credentials, Birmingham Science Park Aston is investing in infrastructure to increase its broadband connectivity 10-fold
A new state-of-the-art centre showcasing the latest technology to enable businesses to enhance their competitiveness is set to be launched at Wolves Uni
New e-commerce website has seen Lee Longlands buck the winter gloom and post an impressive 6.1% increase on like-for-like sales this quarter.
A £200,000 investment drive has seen a Warwick-based PCB assembly specialist secure its best ever year, with sales up 35% and five new jobs created.
A group of University of Wolverhampton graduates who formed their own company thanks to help from a business start-up project have launched their first app.
The International School and Community College, East Birmingham, generously donated their entire stock of redundant IT equipment to schools in South Africa this month.
Twenty years after the first text message, more than half of people prefer to text their friends rather than phone or meet in person
Birmingham Science Park’s LAUNCH Conference will see a digital gaming company awarded £25,000, plus the opportunity to develop its winning concept for PlayStation Mobile in conjunction with Sony.
Birmingham Science Park-based Soshi Games has completed a deal with Raw Power Management to feature two of its Kerrang! Award-winning bands in Music Festivals Game on Facebook.
A two-day conference, taking place in Amsterdam next month, will bring together world leaders in serious games development and healthcare
Birmingham Science Park-based interactive game developer seeks investment after receiving red carpet treatment at top North American film festivals
A leading Coventry communications company has reaffirmed its stance as a digital pioneer with the help of mobile web experts Digi-Vu.
Business Birmingham is inviting leading UK and international digital companies to experience the region’s thriving industry for themselves, by taking part in showcase event ‘2DigitalDays’.
Birmingham Science Park-based digital agency Class Creative has secured a high profile contract to design the brand and website for ‘eMonocot’
An international ‘living lab’ showcase for state-of-the-art collaborative technologies will be created by global network and communications giant Cisco at Birmingham Science Park
Birmingham Science Park-based Scout7 has acquired Open Source Factory – the developer of Xeatre.tv – for circa €1 million.
Nick Holzherr, finalist on BBC1’s The Apprentice this year, has secured a £170,000 investment for Whisk, the online shopping business pitched to Lord Sugar.
Games developer and publisher Codemasters is to create more than 100 new jobs across the Midlands
The electronic age has certainly had a big impact on the traditional high street and none more so than in Coventry
Do you know what your children are doing online?