News outlets should share their data with each other to combat the growing influence of technology companies, according to some of the biggest names in media.
Total mobile data traffic in Switzerland is set to increase 2.3-fold between 2017 and 2022, according to GlobalData figures.
As many as 143m customers of Equifax, one of the three largest US credit agencies, had their information compromised in recent months after the company suffered a massive cyber security breach.
Amazon has slashed prices across its newly acquired organic grocer Whole Foods by as much as 43 percent, sending shock waves throughout US and British retailers.
Contactless payment cards are ubiquitous in Australia, and acceptance has been strong compared to most other markets.
While Asian and European telcos are known for their innovative service launches, it’s a mistake to ignore innovation coming from other parts of the world.
It looks like Uber’s board has voted on who it wants to be its new chief executive: Dara Khosrowshahi, the current chief executive of Expedia.
It’s hard to resist the familiar ping of an incoming email, the red notification on your Facebook app or the buzz of a text message.
Amazon intends to slash prices of products sold by Whole Foods on Monday, the day it takes control of the upmarket grocer and rival supermarket chains aren’t pleased.
India’s top court has ruled unanimously that individual privacy is a fundamental right, in a blow to the government’s planned roll-out of the world’s largest biometric ID card program — known as Aadhaar.
Ever feel rushed to get across the road?
If you crack your phone screen and take it to a high-street phone repair shop, there’s a chance that hackers may be able to access your information.
German discount supermarket chain Lidl has overtaken Waitrose as the UK’s seventh-largest grocer.
The UK’s data protection bill is set to be modernised to include protection for people’s internet history, social media, and DNA.
UK unemployment dropped by 57,000 in the three months to June bringing the jobless rate down to 4.4 percent — its lowest level since 1975.
The world’s largest data centre will be built in Ballangen, a small Norwegian village with a population of just over 2,600.
Today marks India’s Independence day and while India may have lost its title of the world’s fastest growing economy, the country continues to be an economic growth powerhouse.
Scottish salmon exports hit a record value of £346m in the first half of 2017 — an increase of 70 percent on the same period last year.
Japan’s economy grew at its fastest pace for more than two years in the second quarter amid high consumer spending and capital expenditure.
Wall Street is getting ready to hear from a number of retail giants this week.
For the first time in its 18-year history, the euro will be one-for-one versus Britain’s pound by early next year, according to the US investment bank Morgan Stanley.
UK consumer spending fell for the third month in a row in July, the longest-running slump since February 2013, according to research from credit card giant Visa and financial services company IHS Markit.
Britons could gain greater control over what happens to their personal information under a new data protection bill outlined by the government.
A botched outsourcing deal has led to one of the largest security breaches in Sweden.
McDonald’s, KFC, Burger King and Dixie Chicken are just some of the increasingly popular fast food chains in England.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has cut the economic growth outlook for the UK and the US despite saying the “pick-up in global growth” that it had anticipated in its previous survey in April remained “on track”.
More than a third of all card payments in the UK are now contactless, according to figures published by trade association UK Finance.
Healthcare systems around the world are under unprecedented financial pressure.
The Chinese economy grew faster than expected in the second quarter, expanding 6.9 percent.