Google parent company Alphabet claims to have purchased enough renewable energy to power its global operations for an entire year.
Losing its London licence and suspending its driverless car programme after an autonomous vehicle killed a woman in a crash are among the controversies to hit Uber in the past 12 months When Uber burst on to the scene with an app that could send a cheap taxi heading your way at any moment
The Paris higher education institution wants to attract the next generation of artificial intelligence (AI) talent to strengthen an already thriving ecosystem France is bidding to become a global leader in artificial intelligence research after teaming up with Google in a new project.
Air Race E will use electric aviation technology that is being tested by the likes of Roll-Royce, Airbus and Siemens for commercial aircraft Air racing is set to be revolutionised after plans were unveiled for the world’s first all-electric airplane race.
Nicola Sturgeon visited Aggreko’s plant to find out about the Future Technology renewable energy programme, which aims to cut bills worldwide The next generation of power technology will be developed in Scotland – with the ultimate aim of reducing the cost of energy for communities and industries around the world.
A new immersive tour gives people the chance to go deep behind the scenes at Silicon Valley - but it will set you back £9,000 It’s home to some of the world’s biggest technology firms and now the greatest minds inside Silicon Valley can be tapped into for inspiration in a new tour.
Senior executives from tech companies including Amazon Web Services discuss the key themes surrounding innovation and how to make a success of ideas Creating a “mini-Silicon Valley” community of idea makers can help to mould a culture of innovation within an organisation.
New report looks at the gap between innovation and turning ideas into successful products, services or strategies Often it is something that has been gradually crafted from the smallest seed, while at other times it may just pop into our head in an instant.
EasyJet passengers can now reach the USA, Africa and Caribbean from major European hub airports - while its aircraft is now fitted with fault-finding technology EasyJet is already one of the Europe’s five largest airlines but its latest announcements could lead to even further growth for the low-cost carrier.
Siemens is leading the future of the electric aviation landscape with a new aircraft technology that could have a profound environmental impact Less noise, fewer emissions and lower fuel consumption in aircraft could be the result of a new “transformative” technology pioneered by Siemens.