Uber Wins Probationary Licence to Operate in London, in Court Fight

Uber, the company behind the ride-hailing mobile app service will be able to continue operating in London after being granted a 15-month probationary licence...

Facebook is down!

Wednesday 13th of March has been a difficult day for social media users. Facebook has experienced major blackouts on many of its services. For much of...

New Study: Overcoming Fear with AI Therapy

Researchers from the University of Cambridge, UK, have discovered a way to remove memories involving fear from patients’ brains, using artificial intelligence. AI and brain...

New Playlist App: Spinlist, from Hipstamatic Co-Founder, Takes on Music Streaming

Spinlist, a new playlist app from Lucas Buick, co-founder of Hipstamatic (the photo filtering app) is set to challenge music streaming, allowing users to...

Flying Taxis Closer than Ever to Becoming a Reality in London

The prospect of flying taxis transporting real people around London, or in any busy city for that matter, seems to many as a distant...

Stephen Hawking Says AI “Best or Worst Thing” for Humanity

The famous cosmologist, Stephen Hawking, 74, has stated that AI will be “best or worst thing” for humanity at the Intelligence Center Launch, in...

5 Strange Stories: Ancient Legs Identified and STD’s from Shaving

Here are our top picks for today’s strangest stories in tech, science and health, including cannabis use increasing amongst elderly, shaving amplifying the risk...

Meet the start-up leading the Nigerian technological boom

Africa is the world’s largest pool of untapped talent for top technologists and problem solvers. It contains 6 out of the 10 fastest growing...

Are Smart Homes the Next Step of the Technology Revolution?

With the digital revolution affecting every aspect of society, it’s been inspiring to see the positive influence it’s had on various parts of our...

Charge: the Self-Drive Delivery Van that Can be Built in Four Hours

Charge is a self-driving electric delivery van showcased at the Wired 2016 conference in London on 3-4 November that could be on UK roads...