Between web and wall: what would the disruption of politics look like?
By John Chambers, Executive Chairman of Cisco SAN JOSE – Around the world, people are demanding change. Recent electoral outcomes – perhaps most
Top names from the digital world have been brought together by the Catholic Church to consider the worth of values in this digital age.
In this edition of Business Line we look in depth at the major oil producers attempts to stop prices falling and why they failed, plus the good news for the music industry from the digital revolution.
The near year-long GLOBALE art event celebrates art in the digital age. Organised in the south western Germany city of Karlsruhe, which is
Election nights have always been exciting in the Euronews’ newsroom. The calm atmosphere and the slowed rhythm of a weekend newsroom gives way to
How much does Europe’s digital market create and kill jobs? Bricks and mortar retailers, even taxi drivers, are losing out to online ways to shop
Researchers in South Africa have developed a new digital laser which they say will revolutionise laser technology. Since the first laser was
Poor rural communities in South Africa are benefiting from a new initiative using solar power and internet to provide health and education. The
The Japanese company, Fujitsu, has developed a piece of next-generation user interface technology which enables intuitive, at-your-fingertips
France has inked a landmark agreement with Google, under which the web giant will pay 60 million euros into a new fund to help media outlets increase