Apple has ditched classic USB ports in favour of two USB-C / Thunderbolt ports on its new MacBook Air.
Expected to deliver $500bn in value by 2022, smart factories are now an integral part of the manufacturing industry’s fourth industrial revolution: Industry 4.0.
Amazon Web Services, a subsidiary of Amazon, has announced that it will open an infrastructure region in South Africa in the first half of 2020.
The number of fixed broadband subscribers worldwide has now passed one billion for the first time.
Speaking at Teradata Analytics Universe 2018, an annual conference held by business analytics company Teradata, business leadership expert Morten Hansen offered his views on performing in a rapidly changing business landscape.
All businesses today are undergoing some kind of digital transformation.
With frequent reports of data leaks, and an increasing awareness of user data being sold to third parties, it isn’t surprising that the importance of data privacy has entered the public consciousness. This has led to the growth of VPNs and private search engines as users are increasingly seeking ways to protect their online privacy and safety,
‘Data’ has undergone a huge makeover in recent years.
Users of SAP ERP 6.0 are on a count down.
Almost 40% of Europe-based businesses plan to adopt artificial intelligence and blockchain technology in the next two years, compared to just 20% in North America.
The advantages offered by faster mobile browsing solutions could lead to the end of the app store.
The US has topped a list of the world’s most internet addicted countries, according to price comparison website Compare the Market.
Celebrated on the second Tuesday of October, today is Ada Lovelace Day.
Dry cleaning vending machines that promise a 24-hour, eco-friendly service have been launched in London Underground stations, disrupting an industry that has until now been relatively unaffected by the digital revolution.
Meetings are an unavoidable part of business.
It’s official: after being accused of fraud by The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), Musk will now step down as Tesla chair.
Uber Eats has partnered with hospitality company Flyt to integrate food delivery into the day-to-day operations of restaurants and speed up delivery times.
Uber is said to be in talks to buy London-based food-delivery app Deliveroo, which is valued at around $2bn, according to Bloomberg reports.
As the European Union continues to go after Google over antitrust violations, it has now set its sights on ecommerce giant Amazon too.
Amazon is now consumers’ third favourite choice for entertainment, showing the increasing ability of the e-commerce giant to break into markets beyond retail.
The major shift to cloud computing, largely towards technology and applications by Amazon and Google, has unleashed uncomfortable pressures on major corporate companies that still utilise their software ‘on-premise’.
Pundits and consumers had high expectations of the annual Apple Keynote, speculating what the team at Apple would bring us, from upgraded cameras, to powerful processors, to increased storage.
With high-quality cameras, impressive processing power and even facial recognition, modern smart phones are sophisticated pieces of tech.
The UK’s entrepreneurial spirit is palpable – with around half a million new startups formed every year, there is no shortage of new ideas and opportunities.
China has ordered ride-hailing giant Didi Chuxing to suspend its carpool service indefinitely following the murder of two passengers earlier this year.
Oxford company Metaboards is developing wireless charging technology that was once looked to for the sci-fi dream of an invisibility cloak.
Some 90% of the artefacts stored in the National Museum of Brazil, Rio de Janeiro, went up in flames earlier this week.
TechCrunch Disrupt 2018 will offer the latest batch of hopeful startups the chance to shine in front of industry experts and investors on the lookout for the next Facebook, Uber or Airbnb this week.
Just a few years after 4K made its debut, 8K TV is here.
It is difficult to imagine a world without Google.