The sound of sizzling dumplings cooking can now earn you discounts on Chinese e-commerce platform Pinduoduo, using its app Oil Hijack.
You’ve booked your holiday flights and hotel, you’ve even checked in online and printed off your boarding pass.
Brexit in all its possible permutations will have a deep impact on the space industry in the UK, as access to EU programmes is expected to change.
$62.5bn is lost in 50 million tonnes of electrical and electronic waste annually, but new and available technology could lead to the process of dematerialisation, changing physical assets to electronic.
Healthcare company Johnson & Johnson is in talks regarding the potential acquisition of an American medical robotics company that will bring in leading surgical robotics technology, reports Bloomberg.
5G, the fifth generation mobile network, is expected to deliver faster and more responsive service.
Starbucks, Dunkin’ and Blaze Pizza have signed up to the launch of a fleet of food delivery robots at the George Mason University in the US.
There are a lot of concerns about AI in particular, and technological developments in general, forcing people out of their jobs, but there is another voice that says jobs are being created that need more advanced skills.
“The interesting thing about crickets is that with animals you can only eat a small percentage of them, but with crickets, there are benefits in the whole thing – you can eat it whole.” Chirps, a cricket-based crisp and protein powder maker from the US is on a mission to change attitudes in the Western
“Merry belated Christmas, millennials.
China still leads in AI and blockchain technology with Chinese businesses filing seven times the number of IP patents in AI as closest rival the US in 2017.
GlobalData researchers have found the top influencers in blockchain, based on their performance and engagement online in the past 90 days.
A Tinder-style app called The Crowd has launched that lets students, faculty and staff at universities pitch their business ideas to investors.
VERA is a digital personal shopping assistant from Piktorlabs being launched at the NRF 2019, the US National Retail Federation’s show in New York.
Drones are appearing more often on the skyline and the unmanned aerial vehicles are proving to be a greater threat as the technology improves and the commercial market for them grows.
“We all know that diverse teams perform better and in a competitive market, everyone is battling for talent.
Financial services companies now put the acquisition of intellectual property and new technologies as the most important objective in mergers and acquisitions activity, above the growth of market share or extending into new product lines.
320,000 people are homeless in the UK, says charity Shelter.
The efficiency of the UK workforce is falling and the message to business is to embrace technology and retain the best employees.
A bio-plastics partnership has developed the chemistry behind a plant-based fire-suppressant building material that could have helped prevent the Grenfell disaster in London in June 2017.
A smartphone app called Second Chance has been developed to detect overdose-related symptoms in opioid users by using sonar to monitor breathing rates.
The question of who you can trust with your passwords is rapidly approaching the answer: no one.
ExxonMobil has become the first energy company to join IBM to work on using quantum computing in its energy and manufacturing technologies.
People with skincare conditions such as dryness, eczema and atopic dermatitis will benefit from L’Oreal’s first wearable skin pH sensor, launching at CES 2019.
House help is soon to be redundant with the launch of fully autonomous cleaning robots for the home that can manoeuvre themselves around floor debris.
A driverless car that can read how you feel and adjust the environment through all five senses is being unveiled by Kia at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
TomTom made its name with GPS car navigation products in the 2000s, but now the Dutch company is collaborating with automotive components manufacturers DENSO and Delphi Technologies on autonomous vehicles.
The targets have been set for bounty hunters to search out vulnerabilities in the open source software used across European Union institutions, starting from 7 January 2019.
When a relationship ends, you might look back at shared memories and intimacies, but a UK Government-funded cybersecurity programme is now warning people to think about the passwords and PINs shared in the throes of romance.
It is an age-old question: “Am I too old to change career?” According to The Recruit Venture Group over-45s are the most likely age group to think it is too late to change careers, but strangely 10% of 18 to 24-year-olds also believe it is too late to change.