An investigation led by International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) has found that many patients could have been fitted with devices such as pacemakers and hip replacements that are unsafe due to weak medical device regulation.
Although fears that automation could lead to widespread job loss are now thought to be largely unfounded, with the technology thought to instead lead to changes in the nature of jobs rather than unemployment, jobs that are centred around driving are preparing for disruption from driverless vehicles.
Despite the Brexit deadline being just four months away, the important issue of how leaving the European Union could affect the country’s access to necessary drugs and medical equipment is still a cause for concern.
Often filled with drab colours and utilitarian furniture, the typical meeting room is not a space that inspires creativity.
Spain has recently announced that it is seeking a switch to 100% renewable electricity by 2050.
The problem of fake news and misinformation spread via social media has plagued almost every major political event in the last few years.
With Amazon trailing a drone delivery service, and drone taxis predicted to take to the UK skies by 2022, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) are seeing some exciting developments.
Intended to “do more to support local publishers”, yesterday Facebook announced the launch of The Community News Project.
There is now compelling evidence for Russian interference in the 2016 Presidential election, from the spread of propaganda and disinformation to hacking.
The integration of climate science and catastrophe modelling could benefit society, according to a new report by The Geneva Association.
As businesses become more global, international business trips are a regular occurrence for many workers.
This Friday is Black Friday, the biggest retail holiday in the world.
Scotland currently generates a significant amount of electricity from renewable sources – around 60% of the country’s gross annual consumption in 2015, up from just 12% in 2000.
2018 was undoubtedly a big year for Apple.
Be it to accommodate childcare, hobbies, or simply for greater convenience, UK workers are increasingly demanding the option of flexible working.
Work and Pensions Minister Esther McVey has resigned, becoming the second senior Cabinet minister to quit over the EU withdrawal deal.
The majority of companies are not seeing the results of implementing big data in business, a new survey has revealed.
Frozen food retailer Iceland has hit the headlines this week after a television advertisement by the supermarket was banned for being “too political”.
Stan Lee, comic book writer, editor, producer, publisher, and for many the face of the Marvel franchise, has died aged 95.
With Christmas fast approaching, it brings with it the annual task of finding a Secret Santa present.
Today, network security company RSA launched its Q3 Fraud Report, a comprehensive look at the current cyber fraud environment and the current threats facing individuals and organisations.
Customers who stay with their broadband provider could be worse off than those who choose to switch.
An inexpensive way to make products incorporating nano-scale technology has been developed by researchers.
With a universal familiarity with technology through its seamless integration into their everyday lives, Gen Z has the potential to propel businesses further into the digital era.
Investment platform eToro today announces the launch of the GoodDollar experiment with $1m in funding from the company.
With an increasing number of organisations trialling flexible working, and advances in consumer technology making remote working easier than ever, the traditional working hours of 9 to 5 are going out of style.
As the results of the 2018 come in, the Democrats officially have control of the House of Representatives with 219 seats.
With fully driverless cars expected to be on UK roads as soon as 2021, the move towards self-driving cars appears to be inevitable.
Leave.EU and Arron Banks’s Eldon Insurance face fines of £135,000 for data misuse during the 2016 EU referendum, a report by UK data watchdog Information Comissioner’s Office has concluded.
The UK government has boosted its investment in AI in healthcare, as Business Secretary Greg Clark announces five new centres of excellence for digital pathology and imaging, and £50m in funding.