Two-year-old Slack, hailed as “the office messaging app that may finally sink email”, is the fastest growing startup to reach a $2 billion valuation.
Virgin Galactic: Not So Out of This World
Is the Xbox One X a truly greater machine than the PS4 Pro?
Farming 3.0: Make way for the drones and bots
Printing enters the 4th dimension
Lilium: A vertical airplane for the rest of us?
Are chat bots the new black?
World’s Cheapest Smartphone Set to Launch in India: Fact or Fiction?
Shenzhen Solidifies itsself as the Silicon Valley of Hardware
Slander, ghost entity and media collusion: meet Zatarra, the new copycat of short-selling groups
Wiko: The Smartphone Game Changer
With adblock use on the rise in a growing trend towards ad-free surfing, has the era of advertising as we’ve known it run its course? And what will it mean for the Web?
Food has become one of tech’s fastest growing areas as entrepreneurs around the world innovate the way we understand, make, distribute, and consume food; France is leading the charge.
Increasing Internet access and a boom in ICTs is giving rise to new crowdfunding platforms in Africa with transformational effect.
A new wave of phone manufacturers is creating an increasingly diversified phone market challenging the dominance of Samsung and Apple. One such challenger is mobile manufacturer Wiko which has taken the French market by storm.
Communications veteran Lowell McAdam is expanding the largest wireless telecommunications provider in the US, Verizon Communications, from connecting people to connecting things.
Experts predict that autonomous self-driving cars will be on our roads as soon as 2020, but there are still plenty of questions that need to be asked.
From a driverless Mercedes prototype to controlling objects at the wave of a hand, here are some of the coolest products from this year’s CES.
An open platform toolkit for developers of distributed apps has seen tech giants Dell, HP, Google, IBM, Microsoft, and VMware clamour to join forces.
Our lives have already been technologically-revolutionised by the youthful likes of Mark Zuckerberg and Evan Spiegel.