It’s hard to talk about dating in the modern age without mentioning dating apps.
The 2018 Fortune 40 Under 40 list has been released with Instagram cofounder Kevin Systrom having knocked French leader Emmanuel Macron off of the top spot.
Travellers could be ranked based on their reputation when they go on holiday in the future, according to the Open Data Institute (ODI).
In the US just 25% of the technology sector was made up of women as of 2015.
The European Union has handed Google a $5bn fine for breaching monopoly rules in a case regarding the Android smartphone operating system.
By now, Monzo is nothing new, with its luminous coral bank cards a common feature of many wallets.
The presence of chatbots on business websites and social media is rapidly increasing as growing numbers of businesses use artificial intelligence (AI) to improve customer service and brand loyalty.
Intelligent automation could add $512bn to the global revenues of financial services firms by 2020, according to a report by Capgemini.
The day of Donald Trump’s visit to the United Kingdom has arrived, with the President of the United States set to meet with key officials and figures, such as Prime Minister Theresa May and Queen Elizabeth, at great expense to the British taxpayer.
According to the BBC, British teenagers now spend an average of 18 hours a week on their phones, much of it using social media.
A journalist, an entrepreneur, an astronaut and the heavyweight champion of mixed martial arts walk into a bar.
2018 will be remembered in history as the year the digital revolution hit its first real speed-bump.
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Cristiano Ronaldo is on the verge of joining Serie A champions Juventus in a £105m deal, which would see him go level with Barcelona’s Philippe Coutinho as the third most expensive signing in football history.
Ten years since its launch, Apple’s App Store has surpassed many major milestones and become the second-largest download platform after Google Play.
Brexit talks are in turmoil, with a number of key government officials handing in their resignations in response to Theresa May’s Brexit strategy.
Social media app Timehop has drawn criticism from the security industry following a major breach.
There is no doubt that cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple and Litecoin will play a major role in the future of finance.
The EU has made its decision on the controversial Article 13.
Last Sunday morning, millions of Ugandans woke up and did what the rest of us did: they reached for their smartphones to check out the world’s digital resonance on Uruguay’s spectacular 2:1 World Cup win against Portugal.
Generation Z — covering those born approximately between 1996 and 2015 — is the first to grow up not knowing a world without the internet.
Everyone is talking about data at the moment.
Players dash around Centre Court in their all-white outfits, while those in the Royal Box sip Pimm’s and snack on strawberries in their designer suits and fancy hats.
A revolutionary development in artificial intelligence (AI) is set to see the complexity of one of the most common AI methods increase dramatically.
The UK’s Electoral Commission has called for an urgent law change to improve the transparency of online campaigning in a report published today.
Last week, all four of the largest US wireless carriers – Verizon, AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile – said they will stop providing information and end commercial relationships with unscrupulous data brokers.
In an attempt to keep its stars happy, YouTube has announced the addition of a new talent option that will allow content creators with more than 100,000 subscribers to sell memberships to their fans.
General Electric, one of the original members of Dow Jones Industrial Average, has lost its place in the market index after the company’s long-standing financial difficulties.
Xiaomi, China’s biggest consumer electronics unicorn, has started taking orders ahead of its proposed initial public offering (IPO) in July.
Aside from its ecommerce business, Amazon has spent years crafting plenty of proprietary technology.