While the traditional approach of "reminiscence therapy" draws on physical visual stimulus such as photo books, a young UK healthcare start-up has developed a new type of memory portal using virtual reality.
The mayor of Barcelona has been redefining the smart city to ensure that it serves its citizens, rather than the other way around.
A team of Peruvian investigative journalists are leading a bold global project. Its aim: to expose the trafficking of Latin American artifacts.
Ahead of the OnePlus 6 launch, co-founder Carl Pei discusses upgrade fatigue, the future of artificial intelligence and what to do once you've already changed the world
The response to Childish Gambino's "This Is America" shows the emergence of a new type of criticism: one done by fans.
The Pixel Buds were a mess of a product born out of a (very good) product demonstration. The same will likely be true of Duplex. In our messy and muddled world — as Facebook found with its ill-fated M chatbot — this technology remains frustratingly limited.
For decades, conservationists have warned that urbanization is destroying the planet. But now a new wave of eco-optimists think that it might hold the key to ecological salvation.
A handful of app-based and online services mean people can access help without waiting for a therapist, but how does this compare to face-to-face treatment?
China wants to be the world leader in artificial intelligence by 2030. To get there, it's reinventing the way children are taught.
Kai-Fu Lee — a former Apple, Microsoft and Google executive turned investor — is placing big bets on machine learning. And China is leading the way.
Airline food has never had a good reputation — and there are plenty of reasons why.
How cruise ships went from pensioners' pastime to floating cities engaged in an all-out entertainment arms race.
Children's search terms on YouTube are still awash with bizarre and sometimes disturbing bootleg content. Can anything be done to stem the tide?
Want to capture the ultimate #foodporn photos? You're going to need a clothes steamer, some superglue, a paintbrush and a pair of tweezers.
"The world isn’t short of water, it’s just in the wrong place, and too salty."
Medical research team Xtreme Everest set up a lab in one of earth's most oxygen-starved places. What they discovered could save thousands of lives around the world.
The app economy is booming. In the first nine months of 2017, $31 billion was spent in the Apple App Store and Google Play around the world, with 95 percent of revenue coming from in-app purchases.
In the booming world of crypto startups, you don't need a business plan to get rich. You just need an idea, and a coin.
When Adam and Shivaun Raff's company was destroyed by Google, they didn't get mad, they got even. Now, for the first time, the couple tell their story.
For designers, smartphone screens are one of the most challenging elements. Google creative lead Alberto Villarreal explains his vision of creating the perfect phone.