At its zenith the BBC’s Top Gear was listed in the Guinness Book of World Records as the most-widely viewed factual television programme in the world.
Grand Theft Auto, Fable, Total War, Batman: Arkham, Donkey Kong Country, and Tomb Raider.
Always on the front line of the latest technological innovations, South Korea has used the 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, to showcase its latest creations.
A small Australian town has emerged from a spell of sweltering 30 degree Celsius heat with an impressive tan.
With the bitcoin price climbing and falling faster than team Verdict can keep up, it’s too soon to say whether blockchain technology is the future of currency.
Pimlico Plumbers’ appeal against the UK’s Court of Appeal in favour a tradesman’s unfair dismissal case against the company has reached the Supreme Court.
Sponsorship for the Winter Olympics has doubled in 2018 from the last games four years ago as it lures companies looking for a global audience.
We can expect more of the same from the 2020 US presidential election: taxes, healthcare, and climate change will all still be on the agenda.
In the world of fintech (financial technology) it sometimes appears that the sector didn’t begin until after the global financial crisis in 2008.
This month UK minister for Africa, Harriett Baldwin, visited Côte D’Ivoire to deliver a device to the government that could help the detection of illicit substances during anti-smuggling operations.
“Africa has long been regarded as the world’s Eden.
It’s 47 years since the UK’s so-called Decimal Day — the day the country converted to decimal currency.
London Fashion Week is now upon us.
With the Chinese New Year just a few hours away, prepare to say goodbye to the fire rooster and hello to the earth dog.
The tech world is still recovering from the Uber Waymo trial and it now has to get ready for the next big tech case: HP v Autonomy.
Starting in April, Eurostar will be running direct trains from London to Amsterdam.
After a number of false starts the UK is almost ready to fire the starting gun on its 5G spectrum auction — paving the way for faster mobile internet in the country.
The advent of open banking and the PSD2 regulation is over a month old, yet the benefits are hardly trickling through yet.
As Queen Elizabeth II prepares for her 92nd birthday, the Commonwealth is reportedly considering who will succeed her as the Head of the Commonwealth.
Some say that engagement rings should cost two to three months’ pay and feature a glittering diamond.
The number of companies using artificial intelligence in healthcare has increased from less than 20 in 2012 to 100 last year, according to GlobalData Healthcare estimates.
Verdict has used science to create a definitive list of the 50 best romantic movies of all time.
Welcome to The Verdict Podcast — This episode is called: It’s a me, Verdict Podcast!
These days a trip to the cinema isn’t always about seeing the latest films.
The Freemasons are causing something of a ruckus in Britain at the moment.
Despite being met with protests on their arrival, North Korea’s famous Moranbong Band and Samjiyon art troupe are proving major ticket-sellers at the Winter Olympics.
Terracotta warriors from the tomb of China’s First Emperor, Qin Shihuangdi, are returning to the UK for the first time in a decade to feature in an exhibition in Liverpool.
Want to have the best chance of becoming a millionaire after graduation?
The Singapore Air Show returns to Changi, Singapore for a sixth time this week.
Towering trees and lush plants fill Amazon’s new rain forest-inspired work space, bringing in the outside world to boost productivity and well being.