In the world of fintech (financial technology) it sometimes appears that the sector didn’t begin until after the global financial crisis in 2008.
Private space company SpaceX is speeding ahead with its next project following the Falcon Heavy test: launching 12,000 satellites into space.
Two astronauts from the International Space Station (ISS) are making a spacewalk today and the event is going to be live streamed across the world.
The UK is enjoying a long-term decrease in the emissions of some of the major air pollutants, including nitrogen oxide and sulphur dioxide.
Uber is planning to expand into all forms of public transportation, not just car-sharing, according to the company’s chief executive, Dara Khosrowshahi.
The tech world is still recovering from the Uber Waymo trial and it now has to get ready for the next big tech case: HP v Autonomy.
Security vulnerabilities have been discovered hiding in the secure messaging app Telegram, leaving users at risk of cyber attacks.
The advent of open banking and the PSD2 regulation is over a month old, yet the benefits are hardly trickling through yet.
Data is a powerful commodity in the fourth-industrial revolution, leading to publications and economists declaring it as “the new oil”. Whilst that statement has been criticised, it doesn’t detract from the point that yes, data is much sought-after from companies and government institutions alike.
The reconstruction of Iraq after its war with the so-called Islamic State (Isis) is going to cost $88bn, according to Iraqi officials.
The Cobra Gold exercise officially begins today — the joint US-Thailand military drills that will take place for 10 days, with 30 countries taking part. This is the US’s largest, annual, multi-nation military drills in the Asia-Pacific.
France and Germany have called for collective action of cryptocurrencies to be top of the G20 agenda this year.
Ahead of the start of the Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, South Korea, one of the big questions was will there be meetings between the US and North Korea?
The Chinese ride-hailing service, Didi Chuxing, is going to be rolling into Japan later this year in a partnership backed by Japanese investor SoftBank.
South Africa’s second biggest city Cape Town is currently suffering from a drought so bad, the city is facing Day Zero.
US ride-hailing startup Uber has won a major employment case in France.
The European Central Bank (ECB) is calling for a global commitment to crackdown on cryptocurrencies like bitcoin and ether.
UK MPs have flown to Washington DC this week to hold a fake news inquiry, the first House of Commons committee hearing to be broadcast outside the UK.
Apple’s acquisition of the UK music-recognition app Shazam just hit a major snag.
Elon Musk is having a big week this week.
The Uber Waymo lawsuit began earlier this week, with the two tech companies battling it out in court over self-driving technology.
Amazon and Alibaba: two major e-commerce companies, born out of two of the world’s biggest superpowers.
Tesla and SpaceX chief executive Elon Musk is getting ready to send his own Tesla Roadster into space today with the launch of SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy rocket.
Online grocer Ocado’s shares are down six percent this morning after it missed forecasts with flat full-year earnings for 2017.
Educational technology, or edtech, as it’s known, is fast becoming one of the most interesting parts of the technological revolution.
The British student Lauri Love has found out he will not be extradited to the US today, following a UK High Court ruling.
The US markets are set to open down today after they suffered one of the worst weeks in two years.
The lawsuit between Alphabet’s self-driving subsidiary Waymo and Uber officially begins today, nearly a year in the making.
As January rolls into February, companies and brands turn to the next big event: Valentine’s Day.
India has announced it is banning the use of cryptocurrencies like bitcoin as a medium of payment.