Educational technology, or edtech, as it’s known, is fast becoming one of the most interesting parts of the technological revolution.
In light of the October 2016 decision to expand London’s Heathrow Airport, a new public consultation is taking place.
As the only broadcast with over 100m viewers, the Super Bowl is by far the biggest night for American broadcasting.
As January rolls into February, companies and brands turn to the next big event: Valentine’s Day.
In the Oscars’ 90 year history, only twice have there been an incorrect announcement of the winners.
Whether created by corporate greed or in the name of love, Valentine’s Day is a day of thoughtful gifts, romantic gestures and maybe something a little more if you’re lucky.
Towering snow sculptures will this week appear in Hokkaido’s Odori Park as Japan prepares for its 69th annual Sapporo Snow Festival.
January has finally come to an end, which means for vast swathes of people the so-called dry January challenge has also ended.
The Nintendo Switch has had an incredible year and Nintendo shares are riding higher than they have in almost ten years.
This February, the UK and Ireland will be celebrating the centenary of women’s suffrage.
A UK family now needs an income of at least £150,000 ($213,000) a year in order to be able to afford to send two children to private school.
National Football Association star Tom Brady is just one game away from becoming the most successful player in Super Bowl history.
With the launch of a new generation of powerful satellites, marine observation data has vastly improved, ushering in new possibilities for navigation and ocean protection.
The US Bank Stadium, the host of this year’s Super Bowl event, has a maximum capacity of 66,600.
All UK companies with over 250 employees have to publish data on the gender pay gap by 5 April.
Coffee giant Starbucks often uses novelty and gimmick drinks to try to bump up sales.
At it’s inception, Black Mirror was a show which dismantled perceptions to reflect the darkest fringes of modern society back to its audience.
Who’s 131 years old, draws crowds of 40,000, infallibly predicts the weather, and is surrounded by a fan club who dress in top hats and tuxedos?
For restauranteurs, there is no greater marker of success than Michelin stars.
Now 36, Roger Federer continues to defy his age.
At the time of his death, on 27 January 2018, Ingvar Kamprad was the second richest man in Europe.
This week had been going so well for Guillermo Del Toro’s The Shape Of Water. On Tuesday it won 13 nominations for the Academy Awards, more than any other film.
A shady-looking doorway in Islington, London, transports you into fantasy worlds, from alien planets to post-apocalyptic futures.
Over the past two years Human Rights Watch (HRW) has interviewed 248 current and former Thai fishing industry workers, revealing the extent it’s supported by human trafficking.
As the World Economic Forum (WEF) comes to a close, there’s still plenty of news buzz around the event.
British broadcaster Sky has announced it will be showcasing original films for the first time in 2018.
It’s the 25 of January, which means tonight is Burns Night.
Every year on 26 January Australia is divided between those who celebrate the national holiday Australia Day and those who see it as a day of mourning.
Companies are scrambling to distance themselves from the Presidents Club Charity Dinner after allegations of sexual misconduct at the 2018 men-only event.
Social media giant Facebook has grown faster than almost anyone could have expected over the past 11 years.