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Scribes against the machines

As new technology continues to threaten the old tools of intellect, one institution is fighting back, writes Josh Sims.

  • New breed is born


    What happens if you cross the swagger of a super-car with the practicality of an SUV, asks Josh Sims.

  • Keeping robots in place


    You can only automate so far when business is a spiritual home, writes Josh Sims.

  • Class ceiling

    S7 equip THUMB

    Traditional watchmakers – like any other manufacturer of high-quality merchandise – need to stay ahead of the game, writes Josh Sims.

  • Green watch duty


    Some manufacturers like their timepieces to shout ‘style’ while others take an understated approach and are better for it.

  • Wing commander


    It has been a dream since mankind conquered the skies, but the technology to drive and fly have now caught up, writes Josh Sims.

  • Ecstasy and the electric shock


    Call it the classic of classics or an ostentatious sign of wealth, Rolls-Royce is the world’s leading car brand, as Josh Sims discovers.

  • Technology and tradition triumph at Turnberry


    A new golf swing analysis system is set to revolutionise the game. Although golf has never been slow in adapting new developments for its own needs, it’s about to benefit even further.

  • Icons in the making


    Watch design is going through a period of enormous upheaval. Josh Sims checks out the innovation and style going into what are essentially works of art.

  • Rifling the past


    Shooting is hip. It’s not just about firing a gun but handling a brand that has been hand-crafted for almost 200 years, as Josh Sims discovers.