Designed in Japan, Paro might look like a toy; but at this elderly care center, it's considered a member of staff.
Some of the world's largest carmakers see autonomous driving and the shared economy as potential game changers for the automotive industry.
Scientists are studying Mars' atmosphere to see whether astronauts could travel to the red planet. One believes we could get there by the 2040s.
CNBC's Joumanna Bercetche takes a look inside Unruly's smart home, which contains everything from interactive mirrors to intelligent coffee machines.
CNBC's Willem Marx reports on the research going into graphene to unlock the paper-thin material's potential in everyday usage.
CNBC's Willem Marx reports on how the new vehicles are being developed to improve the London black cab industry's environmental footprint.
Not only is the way we play video games changing, but the way we access them is too. Gaming expert Aoife Wilson finds out more.
Gaming journalist Aoife Wilson meets the millennials who are making millions from competitive gaming.
The ‘Now Play This’ exhibition, part of the London Games Festival, sees gaming used to tackle sensitive subject matters, challenging misconceptions around the industry.
CNBC's Karen Tso spoke with Laila Danielsen about Elliptic Labs' technology.
CNBC's Karen Tso spoke with Daniel Seidl, managing director and founder of Innoactive, about advances in virtual reality technology.
Hyper-personalization is one of the biggest trends in the beauty world right now — and one London-based company is going beyond the algorithm.
For some, beauty is about going back to nature — and it's a growing market especially with the help of social media.
HR Director Charlotte Wwiebe and Nordic MD Alex Huber speak about the innovative workplace at travel company TUI.
Roughly 50 members of staff at travel firm TUI's Stockholm office have been microchipped. Here, they share their experiences.
From lasers to off-the-shelf LEDs, CNBC's "The Edge" explores the latest skin treatments.
CNBC's Tania Bryer goes to try out a "magic mirror" in one of London's top make-up stores.
Tania Bryer goes to the headquarters of L'Oreal, the world's biggest beauty company, to learn how it is using technology to create personalized makeup.
"The traditional nine-to-five is under attack," says Simon Connington, co-author of 'The Agile Revolution.'
The gig economy offers flexibility but is coming under increasing scrutiny, Brhmie Balaram, senior researcher at the Royal Society of the Arts, said.
Internal researchers believe that the people behind the attack are a group of Facebook and Instagram spammers who present themselves as a digital marketing company, the Wall Street Journal reported.
Virgin Hyperloop One, one of the bold plans for the new form of high-speed transportation, took a big step this week in the search for a real-world test case — in Missouri, smack dab in the middle of America's heartland.
When a Wired reporter confronted YouTube's Susan Wojcicki about the bad video search results for her own name, she responded that the company was "working on it."