The next decade promises to offer both incredible opportunity and challenge for all of us.
Christmas is the perfect time to catch up on all those books you’ve been meaning to read, and when it comes to technology, this has been a great year for insightful non-fiction. Technology books are also a worthy choice of gift for anyone interesting in tech or its cousin politics, and there’s plenty of long reads
Graphene layers were only first successfully extracted from graphite in 2004, but chances are graphene is already in your mobile phone, car, tennis racquet or the wings of an aircraft you’ve flow in.
At the United Nations in New York, prime minister Boris Johnson used his inaugural address to provide an eyebrow-raising glimpse of the future, one where technology reigns supreme.
Mobile satellite communications provider Inmarsat has teamed up with environmental non-profit RESOLVE to deploy an artificial intelligence (AI) powered system to protect endangered wildlife from poachers across the African continent.
Economic turmoil following a widespread cyberattack, constant workplace monitoring and rating systems determining social worth.
Engineers say they’ve created a method for making ‘smart’ glass that recognises images without the need for sensors, circuits or power.
It wasn’t entirely clear why Elon Musk would be making an appearance at E3, the world’s leading video game industry event, but now we know: to promote the video games and apps coming to Tesla’s in-vehicle system, but also to let us know that our existence might be inside a video game.
Disrupting beauty is big business.
It is widely known that many of the jobs of the future don’t yet exist.
With gadget manufacturers working hard to make just about everything smart, the Consumer Electronics Show has provided a look into the home of the future, where your toilet flushes itself and your mirror calls a doctor when you’re sick.
In 1982 the film Blade Runner provided us with a stunning but utterly dystopian vision of the year 2019.
If you’ve ever set foot on a train at rush hour, been stuck in an inner-city traffic jam or tried negotiating the sidewalks around popular tourist traps around the globe, then you have experienced the impact of mass urbanisation.
Sir Tim Berners-Lee, the inventor of the whimsical World Wide Web, is the man responsible for tweet-bot election manipulation and Facebook data breaches.
Highly sophisticated digital assistants driven by voice technology will become commonplace by 2025, according to a thematic research report by GlobalData Technology.
What does technology have in common with comedy?
Fashion brands often cause controversy with the choice of models in their latest campaigns, but when French fashion house Balmain came under fire recently for the brands autumn 2018 collection, it wasn’t because their models were too thin or too fat but because they are not real people.
Regional accents could decline with the growth of voice-activated technology as more people alter their speech to be understood by personal digital assistants and other voice-controlled products.