Beer and bratwurst fans rejoice – Oktoberfest is returning tomorrow (Saturday, 22 September).
The “wild west” of cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin must be regulated to protect consumers, MPs on the UK Government’s Treasury Select Committee have urged.
On Monday evening, the White House announced that it would be imposing new trade tariffs on $200bn worth of Chinese imports, as the US-China trade war heats up.
Tonight, the 2018 Primetime Emmys will be broadcast from the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles.
Some 127m smart home units are expected to be sold in the United States in 2018, with the global smart home market expected to be worth $53.5bn by 2022 according to Zion Market Research.
The European Parliament has passed a resolution supporting a ban on the development and use of killer robots.
Governor of the Bank of England Mark Carney has warned that a no-deal Brexit could wipe 35% off the United Kingdom’s housing market.
The role of Twitter bots, or automated Twitter accounts, in shaping public opinion is a pressing issue in modern politics.
With applications in almost every industry, artificial intelligence (AI) is expanding rapidly into new markets.
With high-quality cameras, impressive processing power and even facial recognition, modern smart phones are sophisticated pieces of tech.
Barclays has announced that it is working with the UK Government to provide £1bn of development finance to go towards the construction of thousands of new homes across England to help improve housing provision and support smaller developers.
The European Court of Justice is going head-to-head with Google over the controversial ‘right to be forgotten’ – an individual’s right to have their personal information removed from a search engine’s results.
With the prospect of a no-deal Brexit looming, the UK financial sector is preparing itself for a hit.
Last night marked the 71st annual Creative Arts Emmys, and saw John Legend, Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice join the esteemed ranks of EGOT winners.
The issue of voter registration and election interference has come under increasing scrutiny in public elections in recent years.
From training to creating brand awareness, the business use case for Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR) is strong.
Producing large amounts of carbon dioxide and toxic fumes when burnt, tires are a little-known source of pollution.
With Virgin Galactic aiming to launch the first commercial space flight as early as this year, space tourism looks like it could soon become a reality.
Like fur before it, the use of leather is increasingly controversial among the fashion industry.
The ability to store, manage and analyse data is increasingly crucial to businesses of all sizes, but according to research by in-memory analytics database creator Exasol, the importance of data is not being fully recognised by over a third of business leaders.
Researchers at St John’s College, University of Cambridge have developed a way of generating energy by harnessing the power of semi-artificial photosynthesis.
Just a few years after 4K made its debut, 8K TV is here.
Increasing the number of employees paid the real Living Wage could significantly boost local economies, according to a new report.
Until recently, most classrooms across the globe were unchanged by innovative technology.
The Apple share price has reached an all-time high as details about its September launch event are revealed.
Dating app Grindr has announced plans to list its shares on international stock exchanges in an initial public offering (IPO).
Air Canada has revealed that a security breach, affecting 20,000 customers, may have left passport information vulnerable to cyber attackers.
A year after it launched in the US, Facebook has rolled out its video-streaming service Facebook Watch worldwide.
The annual Venice Film Festival returns today as the brightest stars of the film industry descend on Venice Lido.