It is the end of the 21st century.
How good a representation of you is your data self?
Science and art are often treated as completely unrelated disciplines, but there are times when they collide.
Sunday’s Doctor Who opened with Nikola Tesla delivering a speech to investors at his Niagara Falls hydroelectric generator in 1903, and references to his life and inventions came thick and fast throughout the episode.
Doctor Who series 12 made a triumphant return to our screens with the critically-acclaimed two-part premiere Spyfall, which saw the Doctor battle a mysterious alien race and reunite with a long-term frenemy.
Perlego is novel e-reader technology available through a subscription app for student and business users who would otherwise be paying eye-watering sums for books they may only read once.
Graphene layers were only first successfully extracted from graphite in 2004, but chances are graphene is already in your mobile phone, car, tennis racquet or the wings of an aircraft you’ve flow in.
A former member of elite hacker group w00w00, Dug Song co-founded Duo Security in 2010 with Jon Oberheide, specialising in multi-factor authentication.
Over a 20-year career, British artist Stuart Semple has developed a vast and wide-ranging portfolio with a theme of society at its heart.
In Pakistan, 51% of people are expected to own smartphones by 2020, but 48% of children cannot read a simple sentence by the time they leave primary education.
Following the London Science Museum’s screening of the new Apollo 11 documentary on Wednesday, the UK’s first British cosmonaut and the first woman to visit the space station Helen Sharman held a two-way interview with veteran science broadcaster James Burke.
In June, multinational technology consultancy Infosys opened its Brilliant Basics experience design and innovation studio in London’s creative hub Shoreditch.
It was always going to be an uphill struggle for Chinese tech giant Huawei’s offshoot Honor to launch its new camera-led Honor 20 phone range, but even high-fidelity 30x zoom couldn’t help the company see the elephant in the room.
“Diversity drives innovation” has been the battle cry of many tech giants in recent years, and to a company they boast admirable inclusivity programmes.
Verdict was exclusively invited to a round table with Michael Dell at Dell Technologies World earlier this month.
In an era when technology takes the blame for many of the world’s woes, Michael Dell made no apologies for being a technology optimist at Dell Technologies World, striding to centre stage to deliver his keynote to the strains of We Will Rock You.
Plummeting cost-to-compute is making machine learning, (ML), artificial intelligence (AI) and internet of things (IoT) applications more accessible than ever.
Entrepreneur-led and with soaring ambitions for transforming commercial spaceflight – not to mention a name ending in -ex – Orbex has drawn inevitable comparisons to SpaceX.
Advent calendars have come a long way from their roots as paper windows opening onto printed festive images.
Walk down any street in Salt Lake City and the chances are that, in sharp contrast to the pancake-flat city centre, you’ll see picturesque mountains on the horizon.
Commercial drone use is well on its way to becoming commonplace, transforming lives with applications in infrastructure, agriculture, medicine, delivery and many other fields.