French president Emmanuel Macron is in the UK to establish the next generation of UK-France relations, outside of the overseeing eye of the European Union (EU).
Facebook is launching another investigation into Russian interference ahead of the Brexit referendum in 2016.
South Korean lawmakers are going to consider shutting down domestic cryptocurrency exchanges today.
When the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) voted to repeal net neutrality in December last, it appeared the battle to keep the internet free and open was finally over However, all is not lost.
Remember the Brexit great repeal bill?
The debate about the use of palm oil is back on the agenda ahead of a European Union (EU) vote on the matter.
It’s almost that time of year again when the Doomsday Clock warns us about the increasing threats to humanity.
Whilst blockchain is the technology that backs up bitcoin and other crypto-currencies, companies and initiatives are exploring the other uses that underpin the distributed global computing and data storage technology.
The US government is concerned about the impact of Chinese mobile companies in the market and is focusing its efforts on phone maker Huawei.
It’s a bad day for cryptocurrencies as bitcoin falls below $12,000 for the first time since early December.
The UK challenger bank scene is alive and healthy in 2018, with new initiatives popping up across the country to bank the under-banked.
US president Donald Trump was expected to visit the UK next month to open the new US embassy in London, yet he has cancelled his visit.
When South Korea makes a comment about cryptocurrencies, bitcoin springs into action.
Big changes are afoot in the banking industry as the European Union (EU) directive, PSD2, comes into force this weekend on Saturday 13 January.
Foreign ministers from the top EU countries are meeting with Iranian delegates today to offer their continued support for Iran’s nuclear deal.
The highs of bitcoin and blockchain are still paying off for companies in 2018.
Some good news for the Trump administration for once: Japanese automakers Toyota and Mazda are choosing Alabama as the location for their new joint car factory.
Cortexica, the visual artificial intelligence (AI) firm based in London, may be the most important company in retail that fashion fans have never heard of.
Artificial intelligence company Cortexica spends a lot of time thinking about the next big trend in retail.
It’s taken a few years but the UK government has finally introduced a manufacturing ban on plastic microbeads.
Housebuilder Persimmon is going to give its chief executive a £110m bonus following higher than expected profits in 2017.
Intel is facing three class action lawsuits following the disclosure of the Meltdown and Spectre chips flaws last week.
,According to the UK’s communications regulator, Ofcom, the average internet user in the UK checks their phone 200 times a day.
French president Emmanuel Macron is beginning his first state visit to China today and is using the opportunity to talk trade and EU-China relations.
When the Syrian civil war began in 2011 it kick started the refugee crisis that spread across the Middle East, to Africa, and eventually Europe.
For those concerned about the Earth’s rising temperature and the effect it is causing, there is some good news: the ozone layer is repairing itself.
London’s technology sector is looking back on 2017 with fond memories as its revealed firms in the city attracted the most of any European city in funding last year.
It’s almost CES time again, when the tech world flocks to Las Vegas to show off their gadgets for the year.
With the price of bitcoin constantly fluctuating, holders of the cryptocurrency across the world are becoming concerned about one thing: tax.
Security flaws have been discovered in computer chips from companies including Intel, AMD and ARM Holdings that could leak secret information to hackers.