The new mobile comms standard will facilitate the construction and functioning of the next generation of housing.
A new study asked 2,000 people how much they’d be willing to spend every month on some common apps they currently use for free.
From its inception in a Harvard dorm room, Facebook has rocketed to 2.4 billion users around the world in 15 years.
Tech effects nearly all aspects of our lives, but for young people, digital technology is a prevalent factor in their health, education, social lives and relationships. Yet in an experime...
A 16-year-old has become a millionaire after winning the inaugural Fornite World Cup in New York. It’s a watershed moment for e-sports.
Researchers are aiming to transmit data in the form of WiFi passwords through music soundwaves
Language experts have drawn parallels between the way we use emojis in messages and how we use gestures when we talk. Without replacing traditional language, emojis embody a rich form of ...
Huawei continues to dominate the news headlines. Here's what you need to know about the Chinese tech giant and why it’s holding the attention of consumers and policymakers alike.
More than half the world is online, and one country is way ahead of the rest.
India's successes in technology should inspire other developing countries to embrace equally bold and inclusive digital ambitions, writes the founding Chairman of the Unique Identificatio...
The world’s tech companies are still falling short when it comes to respecting internet users’ human rights, according to an annual study of their public policies on freedom of expression...
A new study has found that very small financial incentives administered as a short “dose” could actually drive you to be more physically active over a long period of time.
Digi Police, a free smartphone app, is aimed specifically at protecting victims of sexual misconduct in crowded places.
Sophisticated image manipulation software makes it difficult to assess the authenticity of an image. Researchers think they a solution, though.
A new UN report suggests that digital voice assistants like Siri and Alexa contribute to negative gender stereotypes.