A preoccupation with social engineering hampers the innovative and wealth-generating potential of design.
ESSAY: The Lib-Con coalition is more concerned with controlling behaviour than forging a brave, hi-tech future.
The hit BBC show reveals the bean-counting cautiousness and lack of entrepreneurial spirit of today’s capitalists.
Four commentators will debate the potential for IT and telecoms at Thursday night’s spiked debate in London.
Google’s passion for the free flow of information, including in China, is based on business interests and naive politics.
Must-reads from the past week
Tim Black reports from last Thursday’s spiked debate at the Royal Society of Arts, which asked: ‘Is Google too big?’
In the run-up to this week’s live spiked debate, Jason Walsh of forth magazine asks if Google's behaviour really is abnormal.
Ahead of a live spiked debate, Simon Davies of Privacy International says Google should stop treating privacy as a pain.
Red tape-obsessed, visionless governments are holding back the kind of big and risky innovation society needs.
In the run-up to next week’s live spiked debate, Rob Killick says Google is neither ‘good’ nor ‘evil’ – it’s just a very big business.