Also in this week's round-up: fear over fish stocks, the world’s biggest tech companies and a blockchain ‘trilemma’.
The impact of loneliness on our health can be significant - and deadly.
The benefits of e-government range from individual cost savings to wider economic growth. Unfortunately they're wholly dependent on an internet connection, something half the world doesn'...
The new Internet Trends report shows that the US and China dominate the technology industry.
By adopting a culture of openness backed by technological innovation, businesses are finding they can make their own luck
Cybersecurity, fraud and data-loss are major topics for everyone with an online presence, but we're still do little to keep our data safe. A perceived lack of ownership could be behind th...
Why China's cities are succeeding and a new way to tackle a growing health crisis.
The internet is nearly 30, and it’s starting to show signs of age. Links are in crisis, and our future depends on repairing this decaying infrastructure. Thankfully, this is now a fixable...
"We've finally reached the point where society as a whole is ready to discuss the extent to which existing criminal and civil law can and should be enforced in the digital sphere."
On the 11th of June, net neutrality ended. But what are the facts behind the emotionally heightened rhetoric?
Europe's new data law is a global call those of us who collect, use, or distribute people’s information to rethink how we engage with you - the end consumer.
How we produce, distribute, market and consume products and services is being disrupted and transformed.
Learning soft skills in humanities degrees could allow you to better adapt to the jobs of the future.
Almost everything we do creates global data.
An estimated 20-30% of healthcare spend in the developed world is wasted. Here are four ways AI systems are nursing these ballooning budgets back to health.