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.
With UK house prices rising faster than wage growth, and recent findings from the Resolution Foundation predicting that one in three 20-to-35s will never own their own home, the outlook for those saving for a housing deposit does not look bright.
With smart cars increasingly common and self-driving cars getting ever closer to becoming a reality, the roads in major cities look set undergo a transformation.
In what may sound like a dream come true for coffee drinkers, a coffee-delivery drone that can predict when you next need a caffeine boost has been patented by computer manufacturing company IBM.
The much-publicised General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has now been in force for nearly three months.
Nearly a third of organisations in Europe are still not prepared for the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), despite regulations coming in three months ago.
From virtual reality to driverless cars, there is no doubt that emerging technologies have received a significant amount of attention over recent years.
Andy Haldane, chief economist of the Bank of England, has warned that the spread of AI in the workplace could disrupt the job market and lead to “rising inequality”.
An ex-hacker has launched Uncloak, the first ever blockchain-powered cybersecurity company with the aim of combating the cybersecurity skills shortage.
Through the rise of artificial intelligence and the internet of things, robots are undoubtedly becoming an accepted part of everyday life.
With 403 stores spanning across 49 countries, IKEA truly is a global phenomenon.
The rise of modern technology and the virtual interactions it enables have allowed many jobs to become more flexible, which means that remote working is on the rise.
A think tank has found that London employment is on the up, as job numbers rise despite the political uncertainty surrounding Brexit.
The Spanish Government has signed a deal to open Europe’s first Hyperloop Development Facility for Virgin Hyperloop One.
Nearly a quarter of users in the UK do not know whether they have smartphone security installed.
The race is over: Apple has officially become the world’s first trillion dollar publicly traded company.
Research from thinktank the Resolution Foundation has found that workers who change jobs regularly may benefit from what has been dubbed a “disloyalty bonus”.
From prosthetic legs to cars, 3D printing is a manufacturing game-changer.
The UK tech startup scene has had the fastest growth in Europe over the last five years, according to new research.
The Wuhan Development Zone, a district in the city of Wuhan, the capital of Hubei province in China, has proposed to transform itself into a robot city.
The World Trade Organization’s (WTO) world trade statistical review 2017 has found that global ICT services have experienced significant growth in recent years, but that a “digital divide” is hindering some regions.
With fears of planes falling out of the sky and entire computer systems shutting down, the millennium bug is now widely regarded as the product of media scaremongering.
The race to become the world’s first trillion dollar company is on.
Ericsson and Singtel have announced that they are planning to launch a pilot 5G programme in Singapore.
There is no denying that artificial intelligence (AI) is becoming increasingly prevalent in almost every industry, including healthcare, with applications ranging from robot-assisted surgery to symptom-checking apps already on the market.
The UK tax burden is the highest it has been for 49 years, according to a recent report.
Microsoft’s earnings have exceeded $100bn for the first time this fiscal year, beating Wall Street analyst expectations.
364 million homes will be equipped with multiple WiFi access points – known as multi-AP WiFi – in the next five years, according to a recent study.