Technology can work for us, or against us. Sometimes both at the same time.
Footage of children throwing tantrums when their tablet is taken away can be unsettling. But the fact is technology can be good for their development, if they engage with it positively.
Poetry is at the heart of technology. Did not Pythagoras find the connections between beautiful music and mathematics?
A new report on the future of humanity explains what we really need to be worrying about over the next 35 years.
M&C Saatchi's new development signifies the dawn of a new age of real-time responsive advertising
The collective wisdom of expert crowds could provide the answer to the Malaysia Airlines mystery.
Founded in 1790, the Patent Office aimed to put innovation and entrepreneurship within reach of every citizen. Now, 225 years later, protesters say an out-of-touch system is doing more the opposite.
Holograms could make science and technology accessible as part of a new way of teaching.
When workers are living their lives online, it's hard to see the joins between home and office. So how can employers answer the growing desire to seprate the seemingly inseparable?
Here's how some of the world's oldest cultural institutions are using drones and 3D printing to bring their collections to life.
Micro:bit has a parallel in the Model B, which the BBC launched in the 1980s.
From the look of it, the millennials appear to be very comfortable with technology. But are they as immune to the effects of digital distraction as some might assume -- especially in the classroom?
The attitudes of the technologically adept are changing society in what amounts to a silent technological conspiracy.
Fitness devices like Fitbit set an automatic goal of 10,000 steps a day. But this isn't the magic threshold some make it out to be.
Increased internet connectivity can spur economic growth throughout Africa. But the continent has a long way to go before it can reap any broadband dividend.
Men rule the roost in science and technology as women continue to battle against the glass ceiling.
The internet is seen as a luxury item in many parts of Africa .
Software freebies can help businesses grow, innovate and attract staff -- assuming they've worked out how to protect against the dangers.
Should we be worried that ever more devices and software applications are made specifically for an increasingly younger audience?
Smartwatches will bombard us with data about our internal lives. We risk letting sleep patterns, calorie counts and bio-rhythms dominate our days.