It's changing how we consume, relate to each other and live in our homes. Here are the five stages of the evolution of voice technology, from devices we instruct to ones that predict, emp...
As talk of missions to the moon, Mars and beyond gain traction once more, many have started to take the possibility of mining on the moon more seriously. But there are a number of reasons...
From the end of clothes ownership to high-performance materials, here are the sustainability trends to watch from this year's Copenhagen Fashion Summit.
A new study of eBay data suggests that implementation of AI translation on the site appears to have increased trade between countries.
A new report from WWF and Global Footprint Network shows that Europeans account for a fifth of humanity's footprint.
Climate change is a real concern for many young people considering starting a family. So much so, movements such as BirthStrike are raising awareness of the impact of population growth on...
Systems for verifying digital identities remain fragmented and inefficient – here's our explainer of the different options available
With the threat of climate change ever present, and many countries around the world off-target for meeting their Paris climate change commitments, could carbon pricing offer us hope?
Power is a very dangerous thing in the wrong hands. To combat the abuse of power we must strengthen our checks, balances and accountable institutions.
Five metres beneath the Atlantic Ocean, this restaurant doubles up as a marine research lab. Named 'Under', it's also revealing how scientists can raise awareness about ocean health throu...
Also in this week's news round-up: why what you wear matters to the planet, and the business case for diversity.
Meal kits have a much lower overall carbon footprint than the same meals purchased at a grocery store, despite having more packaging, according to new research.
These data maps show how American house prices have soared while wages stayed largely the same.
We can reach net zero emissions in our lifetime, explains one of the leading economists on climate change.
Unsustainable development from humans is the biggest killer globally to wildlife, and our conservation efforts are being impeded by a lack of understanding.