Of all the industries undergoing tech disruption, it’s music that is arguably undergoing the most public and profound embarrassment. But while the music industry incumbents continue to comet to grasps with shifting consumer habits, new music technology... read more ..
Voice recognition software is now a standard feature on mobile devices and personal computers, but only recently has the technology powering it developed to a standard that makes it useful.
Apple Pay brought smartphone payments into the mainstream and now the iPhone maker is expected to bring this technology to the web with support for e-commerce websites.
From Siri excitement to the growing coffers of Didi Chuxing, here are the top stories to help you stay up to date with tech today.
With the releases of the HTC Vive and the Oculus Rift earlier this year, it’s fair to say that virtual reality (VR) is finally available to a mass audience. But with entry prices still prohibitively high for the majority of users, headsets and their content are yet to become a ubiquitous, or even common, aspect of people’s lives.
Line’s looking at an IPO in what could prove a major test for the public market’s appetite for messaging companies and the impact of hedge funds on tech valuations are among the stories to keep you in the loop in tech today.
Restructuring the web, Amazon Fresh comes to the UK and an app store shake-up - these are the stories defining tech today.
Snapchat is yet again trying to increase the amount of content from third party publishers that its users watch.
From person-carrying drones in flight over the Nevada desert, to Secret’s founder’s new project, here are the most-interesting stories in tech today.
From food to fashion, e-commerce continues to bring a whole world of goods to people’s fingertips. Increasingly, this also includes healthcare and medicine. There are lots of platforms where consumers can go for medical advice for free, creating more-informed patients as the quality of this information improves.
Say what you will about banks, but they do offer a huge range of services. However, many in fintech are betting they can beat them by peeling off such a service and offering a better version.
Twitter’s inability to hang on to a head of product for more than a year and Blue Apron’s potential IPO are among the top stories to keep you up to date in tech today.
Employee reviews that anyone can see, an end to timesheets and a Slackbot for every task are just a few of the ways startups are transforming many aspects of the workplace.
Launching more than a decade ago, Zopa is a London fintech veteran and the peer-to-peer businesses has now lent more than GBP1.5bn (USD2.2bn) across its platform.
Challenger banks, blockchain and insurance startups are all doing very well lately.
Why angels are better than VCs, the new way to chat with your bank and Google's AI killswitch - these are today's must-read pieces.