With Netflix beginning to reach maturity where its number of subscribers is peaking, the introduction of Direct is tapping into a new market
For decades, VR has enabled workforces to step in and take charge in unfamiliar circumstances, by simulating impossible environments. Here’s how the corporates have been harnessing VR for training.
NASA have discovered molecules of water on the sunlit surfaces of the moon, suggesting there could be even more water on our neighbour
The editorial’s presidential forecasting model accounts for polling, demographic, economic and historical data to answer the most pressing question of 2020
Putting products first, and building meaningful solutions—is product thinking the essence of great UX design?
Not everyone is aware that the month of October is the official month for Black History in the UK.
Augmented reality (AR) is offering phenomenal opportunities where users can communicate with visually impressive overlays, merging the real world with digital data. The technology is tipped to disrupt the aerospace industry.
Retailing giant Amazon has launched its own palm recognition technology that lets customers effortlessly make payments.
A $500 million investment, 500 innovators, and one vision: to build the transit of the future.
Apple’s October event unveiled the heavily anticipated 5G-enabled iPhones featuring a nostalgic design, and a new HomePod Speaker.
Wind energy would power every home in the UK by 2030, pledged Prime Minister Boris Johnson at the Conservative party conference.
The smart backpack is the latest addition to Google’s Project Jacquard collection of products.
Who would have thought that the likes of books depicting fictional universes, and futuristic realities, could actually contain predictions about the future in the real world.
The virtual reality market is growing rapidly. Currently valued at $15.8bn, the market is expected to reach $120.5bn by 2026.
The reaction that sustains the sun may now drive industries on Earth. MIT’s breakthrough experiment may put fusion energy on the grid come 2030.
European aerospace giant Airbus’ hydrogen-powered ZEROe family of aircraft usher aviation to a greener, more sustainable tomorrow
When it rains, it pours, but Google’s breakthrough Machine Learning model warns you before the torrent knocks your doors
Musk announced a $25,000 Tesla, six times more powerful cells, and an all-new Model S Plaid on its ‘Battery Day’ event
Remember those times when the idea of a flying car seemed like a pipe dream? Well, it doesn’t seem as unrealistic anymore.
The fashion industry is one that is constantly changing to accommodate new trends and, therefore, it is no surprise that technology — particularly 3D technology — is now being utilised in an attempt to build a more sustainable clothing industry.
Apple’s sixth-generation watch redefines health and wellness capabilities of wearable tech, and it’s here in the nick of time
The information technology company asserted the U.S. should impose new export limits on facial recognition tech to repressive regimes
The next generation of gaming is just around the corner. Over the past months, Microsoft has revealed more information about its upcoming Xbox Series X console.
The new health and wellness band will compete with the Apple Watch and Google’s FitBit.
Research science arm of Facebook is developing AR glasses that produce sounds ‘perceptually indistinguishable from reality’ and grant ‘perceptual superpowers’
The $300 Oura Smart Ring is a personal health tracker that is capable of measuring body pulse, sleep quality, heart rate as well as skin temperature.
Nvidia’s revolutionary new Ampere cards will offer 8K HDR gaming, immersive VR experience with twice the anticipated core count, at $499
Elon Musk unveiled a pig implanted with a brain chip, demonstrating a functioning brain-to-machine interface
After 17th August 2021, Microsoft will stop supporting the Internet Explorer browser after over 25 years of prominence.
Heron Systems’ artificial intelligence algorithm triumphed over a U.S. Air Force pilot 5-0 in DARPA’s AlphaDogfight Trials
The mainstream adoption of technology is changing the way retailers interact with consumers. Simply offering branded content isn’t enough anymore.
San Francisco-based aviation start-up has developed an advanced autopilot system allowing pilots to sit back and relax—from take-off to touchdown
FOIA Document reveals the Secret Service bought a surveillance service allowing law enforcement to track smartphone users’ locations—without warrants
The Immigration and Customs Department paid $224K for “Clearview Licences” to investigate online child exploitation cases