Google has patented a way for its driverless cars to communicate with pedestrians and others on the road.
To say the video game industry hasn’t always been a model of inclusion and diversity is a bit like noticing that the sea’s wet or that Jeremy Hunt needs to be lowered quietly into a septic tank; it’s so blindingly obvious it’s hardly worthy of comment.
Respect filled the air in Manchester on Saturday night – too much of it for many of the 7,000-plus customers, probably – but Billy Joe Saunders, the new champion, and Andy Lee, the departing king, brought a good deal of honour to their sport and their community during 12 tense rounds for the WBO middleweight title.
The Hammers take on Swansea City on Sunday without a win in six games.
Jimmy Hill’s proudest boast was that he had done absolutely everything in football, and he had.
The former football player and Match of the Day presenter Jimmy Hill has died aged 87, his agent has announced.
The demise of New Labour and election of Jeremy Corbyn as leader will kill the Labour party unless a new “project” is born to champion modern progressive policies on the centre ground, a leading figure in Tony Blair’s former administration says.
Jeremy Corbyn has told Labour councils that there is no point setting an illegal budget in response to local government cuts, spurning calls to emulate the party’s resistance to Whitehall-imposed budget cuts in the 1980s.
David Cameron has signalled that the UK will stage its referendum on membership of the European Union in 2016 and made clear his view that continued membership is vital not just to economic security but to the fight against international terrorism.
There is a certain delicious irony that in the week the EU referendum bill passed into UK law and David Cameron confirmed he intends to hold that vote next year, Ukip, the political phenomenon that drove him to call the referendum in the first place, is gently imploding.
European banks are sitting on bad debts of €1tn – the equivalent to the GDP of Spain – which is holding back their profitability and ability to lend to high street customers and businesses.
Companies should publish the pay gap between their bosses and their workforce in an effort to shame big business into curbing excessive pay, according to a leading thinktank.
The new chief executive of Rolls-Royce has warned that senior job losses will form part of £200m in annual cost cuts at the British engineering champion.