A bountiful tech industry means the children of China can look forward to a prosperous future. The same tech is watching them, however, and constantly evolving.
When quantum computing becomes mainstream it will be a game changer, but how much businesses should invest now in the technology remains open to question.
Reddit has opened a new office in Sydney to capitalise on local growth throughout Australia.
The UK is turning a blind eye to Nexperia's acquisition of Newport Wafer Fab despite recent pledges and legislation to scrutinise Chinese investment in sensitive sectors.
Minnesota-based life sciences company Bio-Techne has opened a new facility in Dublin to support its growing European client base.
The quantum computing space has seen partnerships between leading start-ups and Big Tech flourish, but when will these courtships end in marriage?
Promising tech start-ups are emerging all over Africa, but many fail to reach their potential because of a lack of funding. Farzana Baduel of Curzon PR explains what investors are missing out on.
The race for cities to become 'smart' has been heightened by the Covid-19 pandemic, but with cybersecurity and other considerations to take into account, a more cautious approach may be advisable.
A solution to the semiconductor shortage seems some way away, but the short-term disruption could be lessened with greater global cooperation.
China is an increasingly vital market For Tesla, but the company's future progress there could be undermined by public relations issues and emerging shortcomings in government relations.
The internet of things has seen its march to worldwide ubiquity slowed by the Covid-19 pandemic. Will the lack of a global cybersecurity standard hamper its progress further?