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.
For consumers, 3D printing has failed to become the must-have technology that many predicted.
Xiaomi, China’s biggest consumer electronics unicorn, has started taking orders ahead of its proposed initial public offering (IPO) in July.
Aside from its ecommerce business, Amazon has spent years crafting plenty of proprietary technology.
Global sales of industrial robots are at an all-time high, climbing 29% between 2016 and 2017.
3D renders that give the impression of living the perfect Instagram life, virtual influencers are the latest addition to the world of brand marketing.
South Korea’s Bithumb has become the latest cryptocurrency exchange to have been hit by hackers, with 35bn South Korean won ($31.5m) reported to have been stolen.
With numbers expected to reach 17 million by 2030, the presence of electric vehicles on UK roads is here to stay.
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.
The internet is all aflutter today over the vote on ‘Article 13’ by the EU parliament.
It’s World Refugee Day on 20 June, a day that ‘commemorates the strength, courage, and perseverance of millions of refugees’.
Tesla founder Elon Musk has accused one employee of conducting “extensive and damaging sabotage” to the electric car manufacturer in a company-wide email sent yesterday.
AI has arrived in the data centre, accompanied by machine learning, forming a diversified team bridging all data centre platforms together through analytics technologies.
The internet of things encompasses many everyday objects, and cars are no exception.
Six former or current Fitbit employees are accused of violating confidentiality agreements with their former employer, Jawbone, after they were found to be in possession of trade secrets belonging to the failed technology company.
Einstein once said that if he had one hour to save the world, he’d spend fifty-five minutes defining the problem and just five minutes finding the solution.
Advancements in electricity grid technology have opened the door to devastating smart grid cyberattacks, the head of Europe’s leading cybersecurity non-profit has warned.
In the future, every form of record, value storage and transaction will be tokenised, according to a leading technologist and blockchain expert.
The cause of the Dixons Carphone data breach announced earlier today has not yet been confirmed, but one possible route the attackers could have taken into the company’s systems is via an email attack.
Dixons Carphone’s handling of the data breach has drawn criticism from the cybersecurity community for demonstrating a poor attitude towards data protection.
London has been named the artificial intelligence (AI) capital of Europe, despite Paris overtaking it as the most attractive European city for investors.
Mobile network operator Vodafone has reported that data usage in the United Kingdom increased by 60% in 2017, as users increasingly utilised their smartphones to stream high-definition videos and play resource-heavy online games.
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.
The construction industry is set for significant disruption with the introduction of brick-laying robots.
Many organisations are already looking at utilising artificial intelligence (AI) and if they haven’t, then it’s time to consider how an AI strategy can benefit the business.
Technological change is inescapable.
Meet CIMON (or Crew Interactive Mobile Companion) ─ the first space-flying artificial intelligence robot to join astronauts on the International Space Station (ISS).
Which nation has the largest economy in 2018, and where is the fastest growth projected?
Autonomous cars have seemingly been on the brink of commercialisation for several years.