Tech and business may slowly be embracing their social responsibilities – but they have to partner up if they are to fulfil their real potential.
In just 30 years the web has become part of everyday life for millions. But how much do you know about it, and how certain are you of its future?
Businesses that capitalize on the power of ecosystems will be better placed for an uncertain future
These three companies show why Africa provides the most fertile ground in which to innovate. It is where problems are most deeply felt, and are also big enough to motivate investment and ...
There's a growing view that the next evolution of the Internet of Things will incorporate robots into the network – opening up thrilling possibilities along the way.
Success in the coming decades isn’t just a matter of understanding new technologies – it’s understanding that change must begin now.
Engineers at the University of Washington have designed tiny sensor-filled backpacks that charge wirelessly and record data in fields the wearer bees visit.
Energy efficiency is key to keeping global warming below 2°C. More ambition and action are required around buildings and transport - and by increasing rates of building renovation, we can...
The fast pace of technology adoption is not being adequately accompanied by the necessary security measures. We must not be outsmarted by the tools we are so willingly embracing.
The benefits of IoT are vast, but we must create new ways of linking systems in order to best embrace these innovations.
We can design more efficient and more ecological people-centred cities, which promote individual wellbeing and sustainable development.
It’s not possible to uninvent mobile phones or the internet. And would we really want to? Because for every new issue that our connected world throws up, there are 10 reasons why our live...
Don't buy the cheapest products, and demand proper maintenance. Treat your smart home like a computer, and make sure any Internet of Things components have adequate protection.
Goats, googols and a few other fun facts from back when Google was just 10 discs housed in a Lego cabinet.
US soldiers serving overseas will be able to use a blockchain voting app for the first time.