With increasingly intelligent artificial intelligence (AI), even high level surgeons might soon be finding themselves replaced by robots as AI exceeds human abilities.
Flu season now is in full swing, with four strains in circulation this year.
Apple’s HomePod already has problems.
Critics might call recent Amazon Prime and Netflix fee hikes price gouging, but people are quite willing to pay up.
The 2008 financial crisis led the creator (or creators) of bitcoin to the conclusion an alternative was needed.
A number of companies are competing to be the first to make space tourism a reality, namely Virgin Galactic, Boeing, SpaceX, and Blue Origin.
The UK’s open banking era may have commenced on 13 January but it did so in an underwhelming fashion.
Premier League football is awash with cash, but surprisingly light on technology.
Customer service is still mostly about face-to-face interactions but Facebook’s WhatsApp Business and Apple Business Chat is about to change the way companies talk to their customers.
In a deal worth an eye-watering $5.1bn, spirits giant Bacardi has swallowed tequila brand Patron.
Almost a third (29 percent) of offshore wealth held by millionaires is booked in the US — and this share is likely to rise as the country becomes better known as a tax haven.
Long suffering patients in US hospital have for years had to pay for expensive drugs because cheaper alternatives are in short supply.
Bitcoin’s most recent, and arguably, most important criticisms haven’t just come from established financial giants like JP Morgan – they’ve come from environmentalists, who say that the energy required by the cryptocurrency will soar to unsustainable levels.
8K TV was a hot topic at CES this year, with most of the big TV makers showcasing their latest 8K flagship TV sets.
Spain is expected to become the second most popular tourist destination in the world, overtaking the US, as the so-called Trump Slump is causes tourism to the US to dip.
Facebook’s radical move to prioritise friends’ feeds over public and published content within its News Feed is more about offsetting the threat and expense of regulation than anything else.
The Guardian is one of the UK’s most popular newspapers but readers of both the physical newspaper and the website were faced with a new look today as the paper looks to make much-needed cost savings in an increasingly irrelevant newspaper industry.
This year we can expect to see large numbers of CRISPR (pronounced crisper) gene editing trials and we should not be afraid of this amazing new technology.
While cryptocurrencies have soared in value in recent months, ground-breaking developments in other blockchain applications have slipped by almost unnoticed.
With the slew of UK retailers updating the market on so-called Super Thursday we now have a clearer view of what happened over Christmas, and what to expect in 2018.
It’s been a difficult end to a difficult year for UK retail, but the grocery market has been highlighted as the stand-out performer for the fourth quarter.
The bitcoin price is too high.
Hosting large sporting events is often seen as a win for city officials.
British law makers have called for a so-called latte levy on disposable coffee cups to combat poor recycling rates and help achieve landfill targets.
Public knowledge of blockchain technology is still largely limited to bitcoin and cryptocurrencies.
Christmas retail results have so far been mixed for the UK’s retailers.
What has an iced tea maker and the cryptocurrency bitcoin got in common?
For years the tech industry has been talking up the possibility of transmitting data using light waves.
China’s decision to lower import tariffs is good news to the local economy, Chinese consumers, and companies that want a bite of the China pie.
UK retailers have become used to facing yet another difficult trading year.