Four of the global tech giants, Amazon, Alphabet, Apple and Alibaba, released their fourth-quarter results at the close of markets yesterday.
The artificial intelligence (AI) healthcare startup Medopad has announced over £100m in trade deals with Chinese companies, including Tencent.
Global social media network Facebook has announced its fourth quarter results to much fanfare.
GoGet, Australia’s biggest car-sharing service, has revealed a data breach took place seven months ago, in June 2017.
South Korea has finally announced its plans for cryptocurrency trading in the country, confirming it will not ban the practice.
In Mark Zuckerberg’s personal challenge for 2018, he discussed how he was planning to study cryptocurrencies this year.
The Japanese gaming company Nintendo has seen its operating profits rise 261 percent following successful sales of its latest console, the Nintendo Switch.
There are now more than 4bn people using the internet, well over half of the world’s population.
US president Donald Trump will be entering Congress to deliver his first State of the Union address today.
If you were planning to fly from China to Taiwan for the Lunar New Year, you may have to revise your plans.
Two major stories about Twitter were published this weekend.
We’re still a few years away from self-driving cars being part of the major traffic on roads.
Google and Microsoft, two of the big technology firms in a race to build quantum computers, are set to announce major scientific milestones this week.
The French taxi startup Heetch has revealed it has raised $20m to bring its brand of social ride-sharing across Europe.
The musician and tech entrepreneur Will.i.am has said more needs to be done to inspire children from underprivileged backgrounds to get into technology.
It’s little over 14 months until the UK leaves the European Union (EU).
The UK prime minister Theresa May used her speech at this year’s World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, to criticise US tech giants.
One of the big topics of discussion at this year’s World Economic Forum event in Davos, has been about technology and the negative effects it can have.
Google’s parent company Alphabet has announced it is creating a new cybersecurity company, Chronicle, to detect and fight hackers.
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Social media giant Facebook has grown faster than almost anyone could have expected over the past 11 years.
The national UK pub chain, JD Wetherspoon, is gearing up for a successful year in 2018, following strong growth in the first quarter.
The technology industry has become so big and so powerful that it needs regulating, according to Salesforce’s chief executive, Marc Benioff.
We need to make people robot-proof in the wake of the fourth revolution and the advent of artificial intelligence (AI), according to AI expert, and the president of Northeastern University, Joseph Aoun.
The PyeongChang Winter Olympics is just over two weeks away and all eyes are on the renewed collaboration between North Korea and South Korea.
While people around the world remain distrustful of institutions, trust in journalism is going up.
Social media giant Facebook is concerned over the level of digital skills training and fake news across Europe.
Just over a year after first trialling the concept, ecommerce giant Amazon is opening its first supermarket store to the public, named Amazon Go.
Amazon and Google, two of the US’s biggest tech companies, have been having some public spats.
At the 35th British-French summit this week, UK foreign secretary Boris Johnson suggested building a bridge across the English Channel to connect the UK and France.