In our increasingly interconnected world, these ground breaking British businesses are finding answers to global issues.
With smart buildings, electric vehicles, and increasingly digitized cities on the horizon, the question of how and where we get power has never been more critical.
In busy cities, a mode of transport is veering from science-fiction towards reality: the self-flying vehicle, booked by app and boarded on the nearest rooftop.
In U.K. property, the greatest advantage of blockchain is the creation of smart contracts, which minimises the paperwork and the time spent in title exchange
Blockchain technology might be the engine that transforms a ton of digital services – from personal data security to royalty payments for artists and musicians.
The future commute, from self-driving autos to flying city vehicles
As violence against women in India continues to make headlines, lawmakers and local developers are responding to pressures for better city infrastructure.
Whether you use a VPN for privacy or Modern Family, Netflix’s recent VPN crackdown is blocking more and more users from their binge watching needs. Should you try to get around it?
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