The new health secretary Matt Hancock has pledged a major funding package of £487m to transform technology in the NHS during a visit to West Suffolk Hospital.
As a nation, Britain currently lacks the data skills to realise the full potential of data analytics in a post-Brexit economy, according to multiple studies.
Scotland has been confirmed as the location for the UK’s first spaceport.
As the world today marks the Nelson Mandela’s 100th birthday Verdict has taken a look at South Africa’s progress since his election as president in 1994.
Wood Mackenzie, one of the world’s most influential oil consultancies, has forecast that peak oil demand will arrive in 20 years.
Investment bank Goldman Sachs, along with eight other companies, has lost its appeal to the EU General Court to remove the European Commission’s 2014 decision of a €302m EU cartel fine.
As data is becoming digitised, protecting from a data breach it is becoming an essential task for companies.
According to the BBC, British teenagers now spend an average of 18 hours a week on their phones, much of it using social media.
The escalating Trump trade war with China is going to trigger a “chain reaction of negative events around the world”, according to Nigel Green, the founder and CEO of deVere Group.
Today is World Population Day, when the urgency of our growing population is brought into focus.
Smishing is becoming a growing threat with the frequent use of mobile phones and devices by perpetrators of malware, viruses and scams.
The pound sterling rose to an eight-day high in the wake of Brexit discussions at Chequers.
On the 7th July, the world comes together to celebrate one of the most popular sweet treats: chocolate.
Yesterday the UK’s National Health Service celebrated its 70th birthday.
Summer has arrived and the high temperatures are set to continue.
The British Beer and Pub Association (BBPA) has estimated that 14 million more pints will be drunk than in a non-World Cup year during the group stages.
Cryptocurrencies have no intrinsic value, yet the market has now hit a cap of more than $600bn and the value of the biggest cryptocurrencies is continuing to rise.