The Bahrain Institute for Rights and Democracy has written to Jean Todt, president of Formula One’s governing body, the FIA, raising its concerns about alleged serious human rights violations in the...

Which kind of robot will be the first to arise and smite us? A study called Experimental Security Analysis of a Modern Automobile suggests we keep an eye on the family car. The paper, written by Karl Koscher...

Bicycles Premium Rush is a strange anomaly when it comes to bicycle movies, because it deals with the reality of urban cycling: every journey involves zipping between objects massive enough to immediately...

Will buying a car soon involve questioning whether it is compatible with your smartphone? Google has announced a new “Open Automotive Alliance“ (OAA), teaming up with carmakers Audi, General...

This year’s show of the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders at Olympia certainly surpasses its predecessors in excellence of workmanship as well as in the number of exhibits. The whole of...

Londoners have a tempestuous relationship with transport and Ken Livingstone will be an outlet for their anger or gratitude come May 1. Whatever you think of your daily experience of getting from A to...

In the days before Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak was ousted in February 2011, Alaa al-Aswany, dentist, novelist and founder member of the democratic movement Kefaya (“Enough”), was one of the most...

The Need for Balance When Dealing With Security and Productivity Recently, Jack Shepherd did an article about the four things that manufactures need to do in order to keep their client’s private...

There is nothing bright, vibrant or glamorous approximately getting one’s work life organised, or approximately the devices that contribute to this cause. While the point of interest of device watchers...

Another hellish 12 months on this mortal aircraft is set to come back to an end. Soon, hopefully, the abject mediocrity will fade and we’ll overlook the entirety that turned into boring or bland. Instead,...