Of the 13,176 car accidents recorded in Switzerland in 2016, it’s thought around 90 percent were caused by the driver.
Samsung is set to launch its latest flagship smartphone, the Galaxy Note 8, in New York today.
Google’s DeepMind artificial intelligence program recently taught itself how to walk.
Now that we’re used to having the likes of Amazon’s Alexa and Apple’s Siri as part of our daily lives, we can forget about the impact that artificial intelligence (AI) is really having on the world.
The Ministry of Defence (MoD) faces one of its most serious “funding challenges” in a generation, according to a senior aerospace, defence & security consultant at PwC, the second-largest professional services firm in the world.
Remember Google Glass, the first augmented reality glasses that Google released back in 2013?
Oxford University, one of the most prestigious universities in the world, is getting behind the fintech hype by launching an online short course into the technology.
2017 has been a difficult year for a few technology companies.
When Amazon debuted its concept video for Prime Air, its rumoured drone delivery service it couldn’t have anticipated how popular the idea would be.
One of the most talked about — and talked to — devices released over the past few years has got to be the Amazon Echo.
The wearables market is growing off the back of fitness bands and smartwatches and Chinese tech company Xiaomi is pioneering this growth.
It would be easy to cast contemporary banking as a tale of the haves and have-nots.
If you’re looking to launch a new technology startup focusing on the Internet of Things (IoT), London isn’t necessarily the best place to do it.
The first Global Internet Forum to Counter Terrorism (GIFCT) workshop takes place today in San Francisco.
Welsh startup, The Academy of Robotics (AOR), will be bringing its autonomous delivery vehicle, Kar-Go, to UK roads after securing new funding.
China is home to an interesting sharing economy phenomenon: bike-sharing startups.
Microsoft will be announcing its second quarter results later today and it looks like changes are afoot at the global tech company.
South African labor regulations now recognise Uber drivers as legal employees, rather than independent contractors.
The global investment bank Goldman Sachs has relaxed its corporate dress code for technology and engineering employees in a bid to attract talent amid growing competition.
UK local government is falling short when it comes to gender equality and is in need of urgent reform, according to a year-long study published today by women’s charity the Fawcett Society.
Revolut, a challenger bank based in London, has raised $66m in funding from the likes Index Ventures to expand its services in the UK and around the world.
Optimism has deteriorated in the three months to June in the financial services sector, with many companies concerned about the impact of Brexit on their operations, according to a survey from the Confederation of British Industry (CBI) and accountancy PwC published today.
The saga between the UK chip developer Imagination Technologies and the Silicon Valley giant Apple takes another turn as Apple hits back at its soon-to-be ex-supplier.
Before 2007, the world did not have smartphones.
After a seven-year investigation, the European Commission (EC) has ordered global tech giant Google to pay a record-breaking €2.4bn ($2.7bn) fine for manipulating search results.