On 12 June 2018 President Trump met the North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un in what was seen as a historic move towards peace.
Jack Ma is stepping down from the helm of Chinese e-commerce conglomerate, Alibaba, one of the world’s largest retailers.
Oxford company Metaboards is developing wireless charging technology that was once looked to for the sci-fi dream of an invisibility cloak.
IT developers and software engineers are wasting their time on maintenance and infrastructure issues in many UK companies, instead of contributing to strategy and growth projects.
Microsoft has taken over control of six internet phishing domains created by a group associated with the Russian government that is targeting US organisations.
Venezuela has been struggling with economic disaster since the 1970s, and particularly since 2010 under President Chavez’s ‘Bolivarian Revolution’ economic policies.
“The ability to continuously sense inside the human body has largely been a distant dream,” said Romit Roy Choudhury, professor of electrical engineering and computer science at the University of Illinois.
The Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce (RSA) has described conversations about mental illness between young people online as ‘romanticising’ and has called on Facebook, Instagram and the rest to help professionals step in.
Lloyds Banking Group leads the top 20 bought stocks in the first half of 2018, as income stocks dominate among investors, according to independent UK retail stockbroker The Share Centre.
There is increasing evidence that standalone automated financial advisors, or robo-advisors, will not attract affluent investors on their own, but can provide a competitive edge if included by traditional wealth managers.
The FBI has issued a warning to banks of a coordinated ATM cybercrime campaign that could see the withdrawal of millions in cash from ATMs around the world.
Set to be announced this Thursday, Nvidia earnings for this quarter are expected to be disappointing.
As AI gathers speed, the country has a growing need for digital skills, but could selective education be the answer?
Indie-pop legend and BBC DJ Cerys Matthews, once named sexiest woman in rock and now a MBE, has set up her own 5,000-person festival in Flintshire, near the Welsh border.
In a key milestone towards introducing artificially intelligent driverless cars in London, five data-gathering cars will be driving through the Boroughs of Bromley and Croydon this year.
Monsanto, an American agrochemical corporation that produces weedkillers Roundup and Ranger Pro, has been found liable for a former groundskeeper’s terminal cancer.
The flexible electronics revolution has arrived with the development of a new kind of printing that enables silicon nanowires to be manufactured into flexible surfaces.
A $1.5bn mission to “touch the Sun” was launched by NASA on Sunday, sending the Parker Solar Probe rocket from Cape Canaveral, Florida at 03.31am local time.