New research suggests quantum computers will have limits of their own.
Changing the world is no longer the preserve of powerful nations - technology has become just as influential. Here are the four technological superpowers that are shaping our shared future
When disaster strikes, mobile-service providers rush in. But they need to be ready, says the head of the world's largest telecommunications company.
Even when you know where your industry is heading, it’s not always easy to decide what role your company should play in that future.
Mark Zuckerberg’s challenge of 2018 is to fix Facebook, making sure policies that prevent misuse are better enforced and that time spent on Facebook is time well spent.
A golden age of neuroscience in the last decade has given us hope of banishing degenerative brain diseases and mental illness for good.
What if a piece of art, music, literature, photography or other product were not created by a human mind at all, but by a machine embedded with artificial intelligence?
How a text message can be used as a person's last will and testament.
Non-traditional credit-scoring, flexible payment plans and greater user-friendliness are all reasons why fintech is more adapted to consumers in the developing world.
Blockchain technology, in which real-world assets are symbolically represented by digital objects, harks back to medieval times when helmets, swords, and other items represented land and ...
Planning for the effects of climate change in the future is helping the Danish authorities to tackle flood events today.
A 100 year-old idea, brought to life by modern technology, can protect us from even the smartest hackers.
American venture capital had a two-decade head start on its European counterpart. But backed by legislation and subsidies, the tide could be turning.
Experts are evenly split on whether the coming decade will see a reduction in false and misleading narratives online.
A security-token necklace, ear buds, or eyeglasses could eliminate vulnerabilities in voice authentication—the practice of logging in to a device or service with your voice alone.