10 October is World Mental Health Day, as the likes of the World Health Organization and Mind come together to promote, educate and inform the public on mental health issues.
Until recently, inviting a stranger to sleep in your home would have been considered unusual at the least, if not dangerous.
Following widespread recent ransomware attacks, such as WannaCry and Petya, internet users everywhere are on edge.
Put down the meal deal – this startup want to mix up your lunch break.
People in the UK are spending less on mobile apps this year than in 2016.
Retailers are throwing more cash at all sorts of IT in the wake of pressure mounting on several fronts.
London-based startup Memrise recently won Best App at the 2017 Google Play Awards for changing the way we learn languages.
If you’ve been keeping an eye on the gym industry over the last few years you will have seen the amazing growth of the market.
Incumbent utilities have been generally slow to react to the many challenges facing the industry, ranging from the drive to decarbonise the sector, to volatile wholesale prices and deep consumer dissatisfaction.
The connected car market — that is, cars that are connected to the internet — reached 9m live apps in Latin America in 2016, an increase of 18.4 percent from the year before.
After last week’s terror attack at the Houses of Parliament, the UK government wants to crack down on the secure ways terrorists can communicate with one another.
With the news that McDonald’s has plans to begin a delivery service (finally!), what do consumers want in a delivery?
Unilever is exploring a new marketing channel – a Pokemon Go-like mobile app game, where people have an opportunity to win prizes.
Atom Bank, in an effort to differentiate itself from its more traditional UK rivals, has chosen a visual interface for its Android app.
In what has been a difficult week for the cab-hailing app Uber, its rival Lyft looks to be taking advantage of the bad news.
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.
Despite banks’ ongoing focus on mobile, people aren’t signing up.
On 9 January, US medical device company St.