Latest Technology

Sector Forensics keeps abreast of all new technology currently available or just over the horizon, enabling us to prepare a solution for our clients whenever it reaches their front door.

Wired magazine (below) is a great way to monitor state of the art technology.


Future Science, Culture & Technology News and Reviews

London’s iconic financial district is trying to reinvent itself as a place to work and play after the pandemic. But the numbers don’t add up
Author: Margaret Taylor
Posted: April 13, 2021, 11:11 am
The pandemic spurred Cecilia Harvey’s wearable device startup to move from avionics and gaming to healthcare
Author: Allyssia Alleyne
Posted: April 13, 2021, 5:00 am
When we talk about social media monopolies, we focus too much on network effects, and not enough on switching costs. It's time to tear down the walls
Author: Cory Doctorow
Posted: April 12, 2021, 5:00 am
Every year, people throw billions of mascara wands, cream pots and foundation pumps straight in the bin. Fixing this problem isn’t just costly, it’s almost impossible
Author: Allyssia Alleyne
Posted: April 12, 2021, 5:00 am
Even if only EVs are on sale in 2030, half of the cars on our roads will still use internal combustion. The race is on to invest in efuel – ideal for the petrol guzzling cars that aren't going anywhere
Author: John Barker
Posted: April 11, 2021, 5:00 am
Making alcoholic drinks harms the environment. But, as these canny brands show, there are now ways to enjoy a cocktail while keeping a clearer conscience
Author: Jeremy White and Chris Haslam
Posted: April 11, 2021, 5:00 am
From portable projectors, headphones and robot vacuums to a barrage of cables and chargers, we’ve picked the best buys from one of the most affordable and innovative brands around
Author: Chris Haslam
Posted: April 11, 2021, 5:00 am
The Watches & Wonders 2021 watch fair revealed new timepieces from Rolex, Tudor, TAG Heuer, Patek Philippe, IWC and many more. We've selected our favourites
Author: Jeremy White and Tim Barber
Posted: April 10, 2021, 5:00 am
Netflix's chief product officer, Greg Peters, on the streaming platform's upcoming shuffle feature, its trials of short-form content designed for mobile, and how the company navigates a world where people can go outside again
Author: Alex Christian
Posted: April 10, 2021, 5:00 am
Arabic Covid-19 conspiracy theories are going viral on Facebook – and little is being done about them
Author: Matt Burgess
Posted: April 9, 2021, 5:00 am