From prosthetic legs to cars, 3D printing is a manufacturing game-changer.
A lack of clear government action has created a UK “policy void” when it comes to using automated facial recognition technology in CCTV analytics, according to a leading cyberlaw academic.
With fears of planes falling out of the sky and entire computer systems shutting down, the millennium bug is now widely regarded as the product of media scaremongering.
Brett Haley’s latest film Hearts Beat Loud premiered to critical acclaim at this year’s Sundance.
The race to become the world’s first trillion dollar company is on.
Teens are ditching their dreams of becoming the next Cristiano Ronaldo or LeBron James to set their sights on matching the feats of professional video gamers like Faker and KSharp, as esports continues to rise in popularity.
Online clothes buyers have many expectations of their shopping experience, an important one of which is the ability to return ill-fitting garments for free without hassle.
Travellers could be ranked based on their reputation when they go on holiday in the future, according to the Open Data Institute (ODI).
In an age where technology has infiltrated every aspect of our existence, getting sleeker and sleeker by the day, wheelchairs are stuck in the past.
Hundreds of AI-related companies and thousands of AI experts, including Google’s DeepMind and Elon Musk, have signed a pledge promising to not develop so-called killer robots.
Soaring temperatures, the World Cup, and royal wedding have boosted the UK’s return to GDP growth, yet the retail crisis continues with more store closures and job losses.
By now, Monzo is nothing new, with its luminous coral bank cards a common feature of many wallets.
A journalist, an entrepreneur, an astronaut and the heavyweight champion of mixed martial arts walk into a bar.
Documents containing sensitive information regarding the US military’s MQ-9 Reaper drone have been made available on the dark web in a highly unusual security breach.
Today is World Population Day, when the urgency of our growing population is brought into focus.
Gareth Southgate has guided England to their first World Cup semi-final since 1990.
It’s incredible how far a good book series can take you.
Apple and Samsung have finally settled a seven-year patent dispute over the design of the iPhone and the Samsung Galaxy S.
Everyone is talking about data at the moment.
Plans to build the Swansea tidal lagoon, the world’s first project of its kind, have been scrapped by the UK Government after it was decided that the £1.3bn development was not cost-effective.
Dividing up video games, fighting over who keeps the Netflix account and arranging joint custody of the dog.
Intel has announced that it is removing CEO Brian Krzanich after it discovered he had previously engaged in a consensual relationship with an employee, in violation of company policy.
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.
US President Donald Trump announced plans on Monday to establish a new branch of the armed forces to operate in space.
The internet is all aflutter today over the vote on ‘Article 13’ by the EU parliament.
The decision to ban several animal products by online retail giant ASOS has been lauded by animal welfare activists, but for environmentalists it is cause for significant concern.
The Chinese digital economy is somewhat of a paradox at the moment.
Sales of electric vehicles have been growing steadily for the last few years, but when will electric cars take over?
What is in store for the future of cryptocurrency, and how is it predicted to shape day-to-day transactions for businesses and individuals?
E3 2018 is already proving to be a big year.