The NASA Insight Lander has set a new solar power record – generating more than 4,500Wh of power in its first day on Mars – more than any lander or rover ever deployed by the US space agency.
After more than a decade of delays, the Olkiluoto 3 Nuclear Power Plant is in the final stages of being connected to the grid after completing hot functional tests earlier this year.
Arsenal football club has unveiled a new secret weapon against climate change: a battery storage system developed by UK battery pioneer Pivot Power.
In the last thirty years or so, a number of workers have lost their lives in offshore helicopter crashes.
Shell Global Solutions has announced a partnership with Microsoft to accelerate industry transformation and offshore innovation in its upstream and downstream businesses.
The pipelines that transport oil and gas around the world are objectively a marvellous feat of human engineering.
Working on an offshore oil and gas platform is considered one of the most dangerous careers.
In an attempt to keep its stars happy, YouTube has announced the addition of a new talent option that will allow content creators with more than 100,000 subscribers to sell memberships to their fans.
With Airbus to leave the UK shores if the country fails to agree a Brexit customs union transition deal with the EU, more pressure is being piled on ministers.
Financial trade body UK Finance has reported that credit and debit card spending overtook cash payments in the country last year for the first time ever.
Anything you can do, AI can do better.
US tech giant Google has said it plans to invest $550m into China’s second largest e-commerce retailer JD.com.
The Chinese digital economy is somewhat of a paradox at the moment.
World Cup Russia 2018 is kicking off today, with the first match to be played at the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow.
Two federal decisions, the repeal of net neutrality and the merger of AT&T and Time Warner, have disturbed the US telecommunications market this week, putting companies such as Netflix under threat.
What is in store for the future of cryptocurrency, and how is it predicted to shape day-to-day transactions for businesses and individuals?
Football fans rejoice.
BT Group’s announcement on Friday that chief executive officer Gavin Patterson will be stepping down from his position has prompted a 5G-focused restructuring within the business.
Technological change is inescapable.
Which nation has the largest economy in 2018, and where is the fastest growth projected?
As controversies surrounding Facebook’s data sharing practices stack up, the spotlight continues to shine on chief executive Mark Zuckerberg, who has been busy recently with concerns from shareholders, as well as from US Congress and the European Parliament.
As the pay gap between CEO and median employee earnings continues to increase, African solar energy company Fenix International is burning the outdated rulebook on traditional employee stock options.
Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba Group is in good financial shape for 2018 after posting consistent annual revenue growth since 2010.
The working world is changing like never before.
On Thursday 24 May, a family from Oregon, US, contacted Amazon indicating that their Echo device accidently recorded a private conversation in their home and then sent the audio file to a random contact in the digital address book.
The average salary in London, UK, rose from £37,078 in the previous year to £39,476 in 2017, according to the UK’s Office for National Statistics (ONS).
Tesco’s decision to close its non-food website Tesco Direct, due the lack of profitability in its online retail business, is the latest move by global retail giants looking to increase efficiency through automation.
Ireland’s electorate will hit the polling booths tomorrow to vote on granting policy makers the ability to legalise abortion in certain cases.
Spain has extended direct rule over Catalonia after yesterday recognising the powers of newly elected Catalan leader Quim Torra but objecting to his choice of councillors.
Over the past two years Human Rights Watch (HRW) has interviewed 248 current and former Thai fishing industry workers, revealing the extent it’s supported by human trafficking.