A facial recognition software ban on police body cameras will take effect in California at the start of 2020.
3D printing isn’t a vision of the future; it’s here now.
Members of the public may soon be required to show a form of ID, such as a driving licence or passport before being able to vote in a UK general or local election.
The UK city of Hull will soon achieve smart city status, becoming the first in the country to get its own operating system.
Promising a step-change in energy generation, fusion power has long been on the horizon, but a breakthrough concept known as a fusion island could ultimately make it a reality far sooner than previously thought.
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Amazon announced a surfeit of new products at its hardware event in September 2019: smart speakers, smart displays, WiFi setups and its first foray into wearables.
In cybersecurity, red team professionals are tasked with finding vulnerabilities before they become a problem.
Social robots are on the rise, and with the ability to easily gain our trust, they could easily be used to perform cybercriminal activity, such as heists that involve gaining access to secure buildings, according to research published today.
With continued uncertainty over when the UK will leave the EU, many businesses have been left with more questions than answers when it comes to Brexit planning.
UK space company Skyrora has successfully completed the first phase of tests for its 30 kilonewtons (kN) rocket engine.
Despite being traditionally associated with oil, the UAE has cemented itself as a leader in the renewables industry thanks to an in-development solar project that when constructed will be the largest of its kind in the world.
The need for digital transformation has changed the mentality of decision makers who are now eager to benefit from the many advantages cloud services can bring to overall business operations.
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With paperless boarding passes, biometric self-service security and in some places robots to assist customers as they make their way around terminals, it is clear to see that technology is impacting the way we travel.
Few industry shows or exhibits come close to the annual Gitex show in Dubai when it comes to the size of the exhibit area, the number of exhibitors and the level of buzz generated among participants.
Parliament’s Science and Technology Committee has published its report on commercial drones, calling on the government to provide a clear “vision” for the safer use of drones through regulations and criminal penalties for their misuse.
Gold payment cards have long been a status symbol, synonymous with high-earners.
Scientists from The National University of Science and Technology (MISIS) have launched the first prototype quantum computer that uses superconducting materials to overcome key issues holding the development of quantum computers back.
Despite the prediction that the global biometrics market will grow to over $24 billion by 2023, only 30% of that growth market will come from North America.
A host of world leaders have been forced to make statements about the safety of 5G after public fears about the technology’s impact on health and the environment have increased, prompting protests in some countries.
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Artificial intelligence-based grammar and spell-checking tool Grammarly has closed a $90m funding round, taking the startup’s value to more than $1bn.
The Welsh government has announced that it is launching five Minecraft Learning Centres to help teachers use the game as a learning tool.
A Dutch website where users share reviews, experiences and tips on the sex industry has been compromised by hackers, exposing the details of its 250,000 users that had signed up to use the forum and leaving them vulnerable to exploitation.
A first-of-its-kind hackathon for 5G policymakers is set to be held next month that will help shape policy and deployment support in the Baltic region.
Hitachi Vantara, a subsidiary of Japanese tech giant Hitachi, has unveiled a new data centre that it claims to be the “fastest NVMe [Non-Volatile Memory Express] array on the planet”.
Today is World Mental Health Day, a day promoting mental health education and awareness.
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New privacy features will enable Apple to differentiate its product offering from rival Google.