As technology and automation continues to advance at a staggering rate, the job sector will too, quickly adapting to support breakthroughs across industries. New research looks at 12 types of jobs that don’t exist yet, but could be crucial roles in the coming decades.
Social media app Snapchat saw unexpected growth in the January and February, defying coronavirus gloom to report revenue and daily active users significantly above Wall Street’s expectations.
App install spend in the gaming sector is set to more than double by 2022, reaching £37bn globally, up from £17bn in 2019, according to new research.
Michael Valdsgaard, former head of digital transformation at IKEA, has used his keynote speech at Retail Without Borders to launch his latest venture: a high-tech immersive commerce solution provider, London Dynamics.
Social video app TikTok is forecast to surpass 10 million users in the UK by 2021, representing more than 1 in 5 Brits, according to new research.
Smart thermostats are the most popular IoT device that Brits want for their home, ahead of a smart doorbell, according to new research.
The Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona has been cancelled after a growing number of firms pulled out over coronavirus fears.
Snap stock fell more than 11% Tuesday evening after the company posted fourth-quarter results that failed to meet analyst expectations.
While positive fan experiences with technology bring multiple new opportunities to sports organisations, athletes are increasingly using it for training, injury prevention and improving performance, according to new research.
VR and AR software company Masters of Pie has won a new funding round amounting £1.5m from Foresight Group and Williams Advanced Engineering.
From multiverse exploration to anti-Instagram dining, a new report looks ahead to the defining trends in consumer behaviour and innovation for 2020.
Waiters, stock assistants and executive sales are the jobs most at risk from automation, while Dentists, doctors, teachers are safest, according to new research.
The CES consumer tech show in Las Vegas features thousands of companies from Google and Samsung to unknown startups, all showcasing their ‘next big thing’ in tech. We take a look at the most notable gadgets to come out of this year’s expo, from the innovative to the odd.
CES in Las Vegas has just begun, showcasing cutting-edge gadgets, apps and products that could shape technology in the 20s, with ecommerce, short videos and facial recognition dominating the pre-event hype.
Virtual reality (VR), Augmented Reality (AR), and Mixed Reality (MR) products are set to boom this decade as technology evolves, prices come down and devices become more accessible, according to new research.
From deep fakes to mind-reading wristbands, technology took us in some strange directions during 2019. In this special article, we celebrate the 10 weirdest news stories of the year.