Medical science and advances in health management are extending human life expectancy to new levels, but it may be only in the digital world that we are able to live forever.
The answer lies in how global giants and their Chinese competitors evolved and compete.
Amazon tops the market, followed by Microsoft, Alibaba, Google, and IBM.
Industry players in Australia asked to step up reskilling and supporting worker re-education to avoid the impending job crisis.
After much industry discussion, HKMA published the long-awaited Open API framework – finally.
Citi and Singapore Airlines are the latest household brands to become digital platforms to add more value to its customers.
Regulators see new technology as the antidote to failing trust in banks.
The blockchain is no longer a fintech phenomenon; the agricultural industry is embracing the new technology to cultivate innovation and growth.
Price and efficiency are no longer the only motivations for embracing as-a-Service; staying relevant, being compliant and embracing new innovations are now essential reasons.
One of the oldest industry sectors is quickly embracing the newest technological innovations, shaping the way we eat and live.
The Enosi Foundation is using blockchain to open up the electricity grid for consumerization.
The future of business is going to look very different as new firms forgo traditional approaches to collaboration and business management.
The international cast of coders offered innovative solutions, with over half of them taking on social problems with EOSIO blockchain.
The fintech company is using Salesforce CRM platform to drive its blockchain ambitions.
Digital technologies will allow the new 24-hour airport to optimize, improve cost efficiency and streamline workflows in ways that traditional airports could not.
Digital transformation is shaping the way Australia defends its coastal waters and patrols the seas.
Blockchain technology to improve transparency, security and efficiency of authenticating trade documents.
While firms are becoming more bullish on the public cloud, tensions rise with hyperscale IaaS providers.