From bike sharing and electric scooters and soon self-driving cars and drone vehicles, the transport ecosystem is arguably undergoing the largest transformation since cars first appeared on the roads back in the 19th century.
First emerging as a concept back in the 1980, additive manufacturing in which 3D objects are produced from a model on a computer by building up layers of material, is by no means a new technology.
According to the Office of National Statistics, in 50 years’ time there are likely to be an additional 8.6 million people aged 65 years and over.
With new capabilities such as GPS tracking, Wi-Fi connectivity and the ability to recharge other gadgets, smart luggage is the newest way travellers can stay connected on the move.
Freedom Mobile, Canada’s fourth largest mobile network, has become the latest company to suffer a serious data breach, when five million logs of unencrypted customer data was left exposed.
With the European elections taking place on the 23 June, 512 million people are expected to go to the polls, including UK voters who were not previously expected to vote under the original Brexit deadline.
According to a recent report by Global Data, the video game industry could be worth $300bn by 2025, and with an estimated 150 million Americans now regularly playing video games, it now rivals film and music as a major entertainment source.
With an estimated 40.3 million victims currently affected by modern-day slavery, human trafficking is an urgent problem that spans the globe.
With the number of vacancies in the UK tech sector increasing by almost a quarter in 2018, companies must to work harder than ever to attract and retain much-needed talent.
Amidst growing pressure for the government to commit to a legally binding target of a carbon-neutral UK by 2050, the Committee on Climate Change has said that the UK can end its contribution to global warming if a commitment is made now.
Amidst a smartphone sales slump, Huawei sales are booming, despite ongoing political tensions with the US.
Email is the origin of 96% of data breaches, which can have serious consequences for businesses, individuals, and in the context of politics, candidates and their campaigns.
This week is World Immunisation Week, which aims to promote the use of vaccines to protect people of all ages against disease.
With the number of over-75s set to double from the current level of 5.3 million in the next 40 years, there is no doubt that the UK care system is feeling the strain.
Europe is struggling to keep up with the rest of the world when it comes to cloud computing, according to research from O’Reilly Media, with a shortage of data scientists holding back development in this area.
Many may have daydreamed of what they would ask their favourite actors or sport stars given the chance to talk face-to-face, or thought about which historical figures would be invited to a fantasy dinner party.
In order to meet rising food demands, agriculture will have to increase by 60% by 2050.
For many retailers, 2018 was undoubtedly a turbulent year for the high street.
The US Navy has begun drafting guidelines for navy pilots to report sightings of unidentified flying objects (UFOs) after an increase in unexplained sightings.
With the UK going coal-free for a record-breaking 90 hours over the weekend, energy sources such as solar and onshore wind now play a key role in generating electricity.
As consumers are becoming increasingly concerned about the ethical credentials of digital products and services, tech companies that tackle social and political problems from healthcare to climate change are fast becoming an important area of the technology sphere, with the UK at the forefront of this.
With global smartphone sales failing to grow for the first time, partially due to a slowdown in innovation, smartphone manufacturers are looking to new technologies to attract customers.
Despite stories of stories about sat navs sending drivers onto train tracks, in rivers, or hundreds of miles from their destination, the vast majority of young people would feel lost without their satnavs, according to a new survey by Leasing Options.
With an estimated 3.25 billion voice assistants in use today, they have changed the way in which we interact with smartphones and other electronic devices.
In a surprise turn of events, Apple and Qualcomm have announced that they will “dismiss all litigation between the two companies worldwide” bringing the high-profile legal dispute between the two tech giants to an end.
Despite the continued uncertainty caused by Brexit, London has been named the most “digitally ready” global city by Siemens.
With over 350,000 new varieties of malware discovered every day, or four every second, IT systems need cybersecurity solutions that can keep up.
With the number of young people owning cars dropping rapidly, on-demand transportation services are growing in popularity.