The more narrow our jobs have become, the less capable we have become in inventing new technologies, products and ideas.
Five charts that explain why Israel is a ‘startup nation’.
Everything Google announced at its 2017 I/O conference.
On four artificial Malaysian islands, a $100 billion dollar city is rising.
Researchers have developed a single device that, when plugged in to a power socket, can make any room a “smart” part of the Internet of Things.
Public-sector organizations can become fintech leaders, argues Kalin Anev Janse, secretary-general of The European Stability Mechanism.
We must learn from the mistakes we made with the internet, and prepare for the future of AI.
A Swedish start-up want to use their language software analysis software and artificial intelligence to decipher the language of dolphins.
Our dependence on technology has dramatically changed how we communicate and interact, and is slowly eroding some of our core principles.
Amsterdam has created dozens of new digital platforms encouraging citizens to participate in the sharing economy.
Kasperksy, a cybersecurity and anti-virus provider has collected predictions from experts, futurists, and members of the internet community on how the world will look by the year 2050.
The value of your work should not be determined by your paycheck, but by the amount of happiness you spread and the amount of meaning you give.
From high-tech innovations to the little gear changes that make travel that bit easier, your commute may be about to get more interesting.
Tom Goodwin looks at how companies can transform and adapt in a fast-paced digital world.
To make the Internet of Things a reality, we will need a well-functioning, secure micropayments system.