Consumers need to be made more aware of just how much of what they do on the internet is traceable, as recent scandals highlight.
Smartphone use in emerging economies has seen a significant rise over the past decade as they have become more affordable and accessible.
As the internet celebrates its 30th birthday, well over half of the world’s population is now online.
It might seem like a small amount of time, but an awful lot can happen in the space of a minute across the entire internet.
A waffle, an oyster and a sloth are among 230 new emojis about to join better-known icons like the face with tears of joy and the heart.
The spontaneous sounds we make as we react to something, such as 'oops' or 'woohoo', reveal a lot about how we're feeling.
Fake news continues to proliferate - but how much do you know about separating fact from opinion, or truth from hoax?
The frequency of extreme weather events makes it easy to forget just how out of place they would have been just a century ago. The proof is on Twitter.
Researchers at NATO’s Strategic Communications Center of Excellence wanted to see how much information they could gather about a group of soldiers. Turns out, quite a lot.
Violence inspired by religious intolerance is increasing. In this era of turbulence and uncertainty, interfaith action may offer an important antidote.
This year's 'Best Picture' at the Oscars was 'Green Book', directed by Peter Farrelly.
A new ratings system provides a way for media companies to bypass the plunge in advertising revenues and sell themselves directly to readers.
Two very different football clubs are using technology to redefine their sport, adding a modern twist to the traditional game.
Can generations really be labelled accurately? Here's what to expect from the newest additions to the workforce - Generation Z.
While a report shows online behavior is getting better, it uncovers a worrying theme: internet harassers often aren’t strangers.