That traditional monolith of culture, the museum, has begun to embrace the digital world. As a series of projects reveal, the possibilities are endless.
Even the smartest AIs weren't supposed to beat top humans at Go for another decade or more.
Public services delivered by blockchain? Taxes paid in bitcoin? Not so far fetched, a UK government report says.
There is a way to ensure online advertising, the free web, and privacy can all coexist together.
Basic income is a decades-old idea that will help us
harness technology and get a good work-life balance.
Schools are collecting more and more data on children. They must make sure they comply with the law.
As we become more literate in the digital economy, these 9 opportunities will only grow.
It won't happen overnight but it will happen.
Displays you can roll up and put in your pocket are routinely touted as the next advance in screen technology. So why don't we have them in our homes yet?
Where's an angel investor when you need one? A British team at CES reflects on startup culture, US-style.
The cyberattack that brought down a city's power supply in Ukraine is a cautionary tale for what lies ahead.
Huawei’s growth is another indication of how Chinese companies are successfully moving away from their traditional strategy of producing cheaper products.
The sharing economy is upon us, but the internet could bring back old-fashioned community building too.
Dating has gone from seeking soulmates to swiping faces to kill time. What happened?
A digital age of consent could ensure internet users know what they're getting into. But where to draw the line is tricky.
Technology brings us together, but also creates distance – which doesn't bode well for relationships.
Studies show that Facebook addiction and Facebook stalking are very real, and do us no good.
Zuckerburg wants to plough billions into personalised learning, but his way may not be the right way.
Moving from microwave to millimetre wave wireless would see base station costs fall and bring an end to drop-outs and dead-zones.
Renting out your assets, automating your home, getting married - there's more to the blockchain than just currencies such as bitcoin.