China’s most popular social media app WeChat just reached 1 billion monthly users, and it’s about to play an even bigger role in people’s lives.
To take advantage businesses, buildings, and infrastructure will need to be re-configured - and we'll have to stop getting distracted at work.
A lot happens on the internet in 60 seconds. Here we take a look at the staggering number of messages, pictures and emails shared across the web and social media every minute.
As technology evolves, what can we do to take responsibility of our digital enterprises?
New research shows an increase in online addiction within the US.
In a crackdown on high-risk financial marketing, the world's search engine is getting rid of all promotions for cryptocurrencies.
Almost 25 years after the first ever smartphone went on sale, consumer demand for the devices is slowing down.
Solar power represents a major hope for millions of Pakistanis without electricity.
UN Secretary-General António Guterres has called for action to protect civilians against electronic warfare.
Data that's currently discarded could hold a lot of value, believe these two experts.
Japanese scientists have developed an artificial intelligence that can tell what you're looking at.
A new study suggest our off-screen life isn't as affected by what we do online as you might think.
IMF analysis suggests the global smartphone market has become saturated.
Google has created a machine-learning tool that can identify images we're most likely to find 'aesthetically near-optimal'.
The traditional world order and way of doing things is over.