Apple — the maker of the iPhone and world’s most valuable company — is preparing to take its much anticipated step into the healthcare market with the launch of employee wellness centres.
Augmented reality (AR) start-up Magic Leap is making waves in the tech world despite not actually revealing much to the public.
Snap — the parent company of disappearing messaging app Snapchat — took a $1.3 billion hit yesterday after socialite and reality TV star Kylie Jenner tweeted she had gone off the app.
Chinese tech giant Tencent’s social media platform WeChat has boasted a record high number of digital red envelopes containing gifts of money — known as hongbao — were sent over the Lunar New Year holiday.
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Metro Bank — the first new bank in the UK to get a banking licence in 150 years when it launched in 2010 — has reported its first ever annual profit.
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.
Venezuela — which yesterday opened pre-sales for its oil-backed cryptocurrency the petro — has claimed the digital tokens have already raised $735m.
The world’s biggest asset manager BlackRock is planning to build a new research lab dedicated to artificial intelligence in Palo Alto, California.
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.
The British government could protect against job losses from automation and artificial intelligence (AI) by giving £10,000 ($14,000) per year to every citizen under 55.
For Amazon the largest part of its revenue still comes from retail, but some growth potential could lie in the overlooked income stream of advertising.
With the Chinese New Year just a few hours away, prepare to say goodbye to the fire rooster and hello to the earth dog.
More than 1m Snapchat users have signed a petition calling for the image messaging app to revert back to an older version.
Mobile dating app Tinder expects to see a 20 percent increase in use today as searching singles make one last-ditch attempt to find themselves a Valentine.
Two British broadcasters Sky and BT Sport have agreed to pay £4.46bn to broadcast Premier League football games for three seasons from 2019-20, hundreds of millions of pounds less than the previous three-year deal.
British company AudioBoom looks to gain a huge boost as it plans a $185m takeover of Triton Digital.
Data is a powerful commodity in the fourth-industrial revolution, leading to publications and economists declaring it as “the new oil”. Whilst that statement has been criticised, it doesn’t detract from the point that yes, data is much sought-after from companies and government institutions alike.
Mobile World Congress (MWC) is the world’s largest telecom trade show.
UK MPs have flown to Washington DC this week to hold a fake news inquiry, the first House of Commons committee hearing to be broadcast outside the UK.
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Leading semiconductor company Broadcom Ltd has approached rival company Qualcomm Inc.
As the only broadcast with over 100m viewers, the Super Bowl is by far the biggest night for American broadcasting.
British lender Lloyds Banking Group is the latest bank to put a bitcoin ban in place, following in the footsteps of US banking giants JP Morgan Chase, Bank of America, and Citigroup last week.
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January has finally come to an end, which means for vast swathes of people the so-called dry January challenge has also ended.
The price of bitcoin — along with almost all other mainstream cryptocurrencies — is in free fall.
Four of the global tech giants, Amazon, Alphabet, Apple and Alibaba, released their fourth-quarter results at the close of markets yesterday.
Esports — competitive video gaming — recorded total revenue of $756m in 2017 and is on track to become a $1bn industry by the end of the year, according to video game data company SuperData.
South Korea has finally announced its plans for cryptocurrency trading in the country, confirming it will not ban the practice.