Snapchat has stepped up its TV offerings in the UK with the launch of new strategic partnerships with key media brands through Snapchat Shows, the app’s video platform.
Earlier this month, the United Nations released warnings of the imminent need to tightly control global temperature increase over the next 12 years in order to limit the impacts of global warming. By now the wide-reaching impacts of global warming are widely known.
The idea of a car that a run entirely on water is, although appealing, the stuff of pseudoscience.
Earlier this month, Canada became the second country to fully legalise cannabis.
Expected to deliver $500bn in value by 2022, smart factories are now an integral part of the manufacturing industry’s fourth industrial revolution: Industry 4.0.
Amazon Web Services, a subsidiary of Amazon, has announced that it will open an infrastructure region in South Africa in the first half of 2020.
Manchester Reform Synagogue, the city’s first post-war building and its only city-centre synagogue has been digitally preserved for future generations through the use of virtual reality (VR).
As those in the industry are now starkly aware, the UK science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) sector is facing a skills gap.
Streamed live from Sir Richard Branson’s Necker Island, Extreme Tech Challenge (XTC) has announced the 2018 winner of its fourth annual competition.
Dyson, best known as the company behind the Dyson vacuum cleaner, has announced that it will start manufacturing electric cars in Singapore, despite founder James Dyson’s pro-Brexit position.
This World Energy Day, multinational energy provider Enel has announced that it is partnering with Norwegian cleantech company EnergyNest to explore thermal energy storage solutions.
Private hire taxi company Addison Lee has announced it is partnering with self-driving software company Oxbotica to deliver self-driving vehicles to the capital by 2021.
Following a landmark ruling, Canada became the second country in the world to fully legalise marijuana, with adults now allowed to possess up to 30 grams, grow up to four plants, and smoke everywhere that cigarettes are allowed (apart from cars).
With less than six months before the Brexit deadline, support for the European Union is higher than ever among the majority of member states, according to a exhaustive new poll.
With frequent reports of data leaks, and an increasing awareness of user data being sold to third parties, it isn’t surprising that the importance of data privacy has entered the public consciousness. This has led to the growth of VPNs and private search engines as users are increasingly seeking ways to protect their online privacy and safety,
Ill-fitting clothing is a source of annoyance for every online shopper, with a lack of consistent sizing often failing to provide the right fit.
VRHealth, a healthcare technology company specialising virtual reality (VR) technology solutions and data analysis, will provide the first ever VR medical platform for healthcare facilities in the European Union.
This morning it was announced that Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen has died following complications related to non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma for which he was receiving treatment.
With six months to go until the Brexit deadline, the impact of ongoing negotiations is being felt across numerous industries.
The widespread use of the internet has sparked growing concern over its effect on public health, particularly on mental health and well-being.
Celebrated on the second Tuesday of October, today is Ada Lovelace Day.
Since its launch in Sweden in 2008, the world’s most popular music streaming service has arguably changed the way the world listens to music.
High and low wage professions could be eclipsing middle-wage jobs, and could continue to do so over the next five years, according to a new study by CareerBuilder.
Japanese tech giant SoftBank and car manufacturer Toyota are joining forces to take on the autonomous vehicles market, jointly joining the race to make autonomous vehicles a commercial reality.
There is no doubt that automation in the workplace is on the rise.
24,400 commercial properties in London are currently empty and could be used as housing or office space, according to one think tank.
What do Marines trying to make it through boot camp and senior citizens trying to make it to a doctor’s appointment have in common?
It’s official: after being accused of fraud by The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), Musk will now step down as Tesla chair.
‘FOMO’, or Fear of Missing Out, is set to drive a global Bitcoin breakout, according to Nigel Green, founder and chief executive of deVere Group.
London Cocktail Week returns to the capital for its ninth year.