Doing business in Europe is looking a whole lot more uncertain than it did just a year ago
The fall armyworm has been ravaging South America for years.
London-based startup Memrise recently won Best App at the 2017 Google Play Awards for changing the way we learn languages.
2017 is the year insurtech comes into its own, according to KPMG.
By April next year, all cars in the EU will be legally required to carry tech that will call emergency services in the event of a crash.
Things are fast-changing.
We’re only a few months into 2017 and cyber attacks seem to be hitting the headlines even more regularly than last year.
The US media is “the enemy of the people,” the US president Donald Trump declared after less than a month in office.
Since the right-leaning Mauricio Macri gained the presidency in 2015, he’s been trying to integrate Argentina back into the international community.
Somali pirates have hijacked an Indian cargo ship, in the second attack after a two year hiatus.
Negotiations began this week at the United Nations (UN) to discuss a treaty to outlaw nuclear weapons.
Illegal amber mining is flourishing in Russia and Ukraine, but as local gangs take advantage of the bountiful stone, the environment is quickly being destroyed.
Artificial intelligence (AI) has been doing some pretty cool things of late.
Charging suppliers for customer complaints and bullying them into buying charity tables; supermarkets have been throwing their weight around.
Uber has been hitting the headlines for all the wrong reasons.
The UK’s exit from the European Union is likely to change the sugary drinks sector, and has the potential, according to the British Soft Drinks Association (BSDA), to make the infamous sugar tax obsolete.
Former member of the so-called Big Five accounting firms Arthur Andersen has returned to the headlines, and two groups, one headquartered in the USA and one headquartered in France, claim to be the rightful heir of the iconic accountancy firm.
Competitive video gaming — e-sports — have existed for nearly as long as the games themselves.
Whether your interaction with artificial intelligence (AI) is limited to science-fiction or you spend more time in your day talking to Siri and Alexa than actual humans, you can’t hide from the fact AI is changing the world.
President Trump appears to be waging a war against the US media.
A young team of IT-savvy volunteers is working on an app that empowers Romanian citizens to more easily follow changes in the country’s legislation.
Brexit is looming and UK prime minister Theresa May is adamantly sticking to the end-of-March deadline for the triggering of Article 50 and the formal process of leaving the European Union.
Fake rail tickets are being sold at a fraction of their real price on the dark web and then used at UK rail stations.
There’s plenty of speculation as to the future of how trains will get from one station to another.
Training to become a doctor takes around seven years in the UK, in terms of a five-year university education and two years training as a junior doctor.
US president Donald Trump’s first few weeks in power have already been the source of much controversy.
The surface of Mars has fascinated generations of science fiction writers.
Can a direct freight train between China and London deliver stronger trade relations between the two countries?
Last night, US president Donald Trump fired his acting attorney-general Sally Yates, after she told government lawyers not to defend legal challenges against his travel ban blocking citizens of seven countries from the US. Colin Yeo, a UK asylum barrister, explains Trump’s executive order isn’t a law and appears to have been formulated with little or no