The video game industry is now the biggest entertainment industry in the US, totalling more than $35 billion in consumer spending in 2018.
As the internet celebrates its 30th birthday, well over half of the world’s population is now online.
The scientists from the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology say they have "artificially created a state that evolves in a direction opposite to that of the thermodynamic arrow of t...
Artificial intelligence has become so advanced that it is able to produce incredibly convincing pictures of people who don't even exist.
We can take what we've learned from our digital adolescence and turn the online world into a place of equality, opportunity and creativity, says web inventor Tim Berners-Lee.
Virtual Reality can help transform the tourism industry, by whizzing tourists across the world at the touch of a button, without ever leaving their homes.
Many of us use password managers to keep our data secure and easily accessible, but these tools are not foolproof. Here's a guide to their potential vulnerabilities - and how to protect y...
According to a new survey, smartphones are no longer a luxury - they are a necessity for most users, and our attachment to them is only going to grow
Mobile phone ownership in low and middle income economies is on the rise, but is generally not inclusive to women. This gap presents a huge opportunity.
From an initial set of connections based in the US, a satellite link to the UK started the the beginnings of a global network of connected computers.
As satellite technology comes of age, private firms are racing to commercialize space.
The temptation to profit from personal data has to be stemmed if the internet of things is to fulfill its potential.
Rather than using artificial tags, scientists have turned to AI to identify individual giraffes based upon their unique markings.
Organisations need to get rid of legacy systems and invest in technology and skills to stay ahead of the game.
Ubiquitous, varied and available, these small images are part of everyday life and are here to stay.