Competition to be the leading tech-side developer of electric car technology is heating up after Dyson revealed progress in its £2bn electric car project.
A year after it launched in the US, Facebook has rolled out its video-streaming service Facebook Watch worldwide.
Instant messaging service Whatsapp has come under fire after it was revealed that some features of the app’s latest update are not protected by end-to-end encryption.
India’s top court has asked WhatsApp to respond to a petition, which puts the messaging app in breach of the Information Technology Act, 2000, which mandates an appointment of a Grievance officer for its users in India, according to local news reports.
Google has introduced Google AI Contact Center, a virtual assistant that uses natural speech to engage with callers, answering basic questions, and escalating more complex requirements to a human agent.
The annual Venice Film Festival returns today as the brightest stars of the film industry descend on Venice Lido.
Tipping culture varies from country to country.
Anyone looking for proof that the beverage industry is worried about the ‘war on plastic’ got it yesterday, when PepsiCo announced an agreement to purchase Israel-based SodaStream International for the hefty price of $3.2 billion.
Amazon is in talks with firms across Europe to see if they would contribute to an Amazon insurance comparison site.
Inside the sprawling central London Imperial College campus is the last place any one would expect to find a fully functioning industrial facility.
The world watched in awe in June as US President Donald Trump shook hands and co-signed a ‘de-nuclearisation’ agreement in Singapore with Kim Jong Un, the infamous supreme leader of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK).
A $1.5bn mission to “touch the Sun” was launched by NASA on Sunday, sending the Parker Solar Probe rocket from Cape Canaveral, Florida at 03.31am local time.
To give House of Fraser future the best chance, Sports Direct and its owner Mike Ashley must make drastic changes to both its product proposition and store environment to entice shoppers back.
The race is over: Apple has officially become the world’s first trillion dollar publicly traded company.
Apple’s Q3 financial results exceeded Wall Street’s expectations thanks to increased selling prices of iPhone models.
At least 700,000 users of online fashion websites including Elle Belle Attire, AX Paris and Traffic People have had their personal details exposed following a security breach suffered by their site provider Fashion Nexus.
Thanks to the heatwave that is hitting the UK right now, more Brits than ever will be enjoying some down time and relax in the sunshine.
The UK Government today brought into force a range of drone laws that threaten up to five years in prison and an unlimited fine for those that breach them.
The World Trade Organization’s (WTO) world trade statistical review 2017 has found that global ICT services have experienced significant growth in recent years, but that a “digital divide” is hindering some regions.
IBM and market infrastructure group CLS are to collaborate on blockchain-based platform LedgerConnect, that will enable financial institutions and software vendors to share and consume apps and services on a shared distributed ledger network.
#DeleteFacebook is trending as users driven by privacy concerns have resorted to deleting their Facebook accounts.
Over half of UK CIOs think that artificial intelligence (AI) will have a positive impact on job creation and recruitment, according to research by recruitment specialists Robert Half Technology UK.
As British supermarket Morrisons continues its recovery under the stewardship of David Potts and his team, its vertical supply chain sets it apart from much larger competitors and could prove to be a major asset in a post-Brexit world.
With temperatures heating up across Britain, things are getting particularly manic in the capital.
The House of Lords EU Home Affairs Sub-Committee has warned that the UK may see a decline of skilled workers in the culture sector after the UK leaves the European Union.
The US Commerce Department has lifted the denial order that had temporarily put Chinese’s telecoms manufacturer ZTE out of business.
This autumn, the US Supreme Court will weigh in on an ongoing antitrust case which begs the question: who actually owns the apps running on our devices?
When physical stores close down, almost a third of their customers switch their spend to the internet.
With its now-finalised acquisition of Time Warner, AT&T gained arguably the most prized content production asset in the world: HBO.
UK reality show Love Island has broken audience records this this year, and a partnership with online retailer MissGuided has seen the company emulating the show’s success.