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Wireless, ICT, software and games industry news in Cambridge & the East of England.

Now that’s ink jet – technology that paints planes

TTP-vista-printheadTTP-vista-printheadCambridge UK design hothouse TTP has put the jet into inkjet printing: It has created digital inkjet technology capable of printing with standard industrial paints – and it has already been tested on cars and aircraft.

New wearable tech really is power dressing

XelfleX by Cambridge ConsultantsCambridge Consultants has created a new generation of wearable technology by inventing a smart fabric that transforms clothes into active motion sensors.

CSR shareholders overwhelmingly back $2.5bn Qualcomm takeover

Joep-2013Shareholders of Cambridge UK wireless technology business CSR have overwhelmingly voted in favour of a $2.5 billion takeover by US giant Qualcomm.

Amino profits ahead of target

Amino Technologies Chairman Keith Todd - profits ahead of targetCambridge IPTV specialist Amino Technologies saw its UK share price rise 4.50p (3.85 per cent) after a bullish trading update which revealed that it would beat profit expectations for the year to end-November. Revenues are expected to be in line with forecasts.

Cambridge tech could stem tide of gambling addiction

Dave-Excell 2014Gambling industry regulators have used Cambridge technology for one of the world’s largest ever and most in-depth studies of gambling habits.

Hawking masters universal communication with new Intel tech

Cambridge UK academic Stephen Hawking US technology giant Intel has provided legendary Cambridge UK academic Stephen Hawking with an advanced communication system and will make a customisable model available to the research and technology communities by January.

Colour blind tech customised for set top boxes

Spectral Edge chairman Dr Robert SwannImage enhancement technology for the colour blind has been adapted for integration into consumer set top boxes by the young Cambridge and Norwich company that is commercialising it.

Cambridge Consultants sparks wireless jobs boom

Cambridge Consultants CEO Alan RichardsonUK technology innovator Cambridge Consultants has triggered plans to recruit 40 new wireless engineers as part of a multi-million pound global scale-up.

Cambridge entrepreneurs demand fast-track to innovation

David-Cleeveley-discoveringFour Cambridge entrepreneurs are calling for record investment in rail and infrastructure to prevent the UK from fatally diluting the power of its technology clusters.

Cambridge Intelligence seeing double with tech triumphs

Cambridge Intelligence CEO and founder Joe ParryNo wonder Cambridge Intelligence CEO and founder Joe Parry is seeing double.

Cambrionix flies Cambridge flag in European tech elite

Cambrionix co-founders Victoria and Steve Tyson Cambrionix flew the flag for Cambridge as the only company from the UK innovation cluster to make the top 50 in the Deloitte EMEA Technology Fast 500.

Fresh frontiers as Cambridge games ace hires big

Frontier- David BrabenCambridge video games technology ace Frontier Developments could bust the 300 headcount barrier within weeks after launching a major new recruitment campaign.

AVEVA beefs up UK operations with new Aberdeen office

AVEVA CEO Richard LongdonAs if to mark a relative bull charge in its recent stock, Cambridge software company AVEVA has beefed up its UK operations by opening a new office in Aberdeen – arguably the UK’s oil & gas capital.

Cambridge exposes government R & D investment blunder

Dr Andy Harter, chair of Cambridge NetworkCambridge academics have called on the UK government to invest more cash in promoting innovative R & D to create whole new industries.

Elektron fast-tracks nextgen food bug technology

Elektron CEO John WilsonCash generation at Cambridge technology innovator Elektron has been so strong in the third quarter that the company is accelerating an upgrade of its Checkit device that counters the threat of food poisoning.

Only two Cambridge tech companies make UK Fast 50

Deloitte Cambridge partner David HalsteadJust two Cambridge cluster companies – Cambrionix and AlertMe – made the Deloitte UK Technology Fast 50 last night.

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