An official document detailing the potential outcomes of a no-deal Brexit, leaked over the weekend, has shed light on the likely aftermath of leaving the EU without a deal.
Segway-Ninebot has unveiled its first outdoor autonomous delivery robot, in a show of confidence of this emerging market.
Over the weekend, news broke that a host of local government departments in the US state of Texas are fighting a severe ransomware attack.
Amsterdam-based file-sharing service WeTransfer has disclosed a €35m ($39m) secondary funding round led by technology investment firm HPE Growth.
Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC), Dubai-based Mashreq Bank and Norbloc (a DIFC-based fintech company), plan to launch the Middle East’s first blockchain know your customer (KYC) data-sharing consortium by 2020.
Every economy, regardless of size or climate, is set to take a significant hit from climate change unless action is taken, according to research published today.
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A superconductor material that has to potential to overcome one of the biggest issues preventing quantum computers from becoming commercially viable has been found by scientists.
Chatbots are everywhere.
Surveillance is on the increase around the world, but the extent to which citizens are under watchful eyes varies dramatically.
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The head of the UK’s data regulator Elizabeth Denham has said she is “deeply concerned” by the increasing use of facial recognition in public spaces.
The recent disclosure that Cisco settled with US federal, state and local government agencies and the contractor who had originally alerted the company to a flaw in video surveillance technology could be a harbinger of things to come.
Virtual reality may not have lived up to the consumer hype once vested upon it, but a study has provided further evidence that it may be an effective non-pharmacological option to help ease pain in hospital patients.
The Suprema data breach, in which researchers say they discovered that the fingerprints, voice data, facial images, unencrypted usernames and passwords of more than one million people were publicly available, has drawn the condemnation of security experts and data privacy experts.
In the 21st century, the capabilities of digital personal assistants now come close to replicating their human equivalents.
The yearly A-Level results, the highest standard educational qualification in UK schools, have been published today, revealing a growing gender gap in key STEM subjects.
There are now, for the first time, more electric car charging points in the UK than there are petrol stations as growing adoption of electric vehicles (EVs) has driven a flurry of installations.
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WeWork, a shared workplace company popular among technology startups and entrepreneurs, has published a prospectus ahead of its planned initial public offering (IPO) next month.
Security experts have uncovered a new strain of cryptomining malware that employs various evasive techniques to avoid detection.
The United Kingdom’s tax, payments and customs authority has reportedly asked cryptocurrency exchanges to hand over data in a bid to identify those that have failed to pay taxes owed on their digital assets.
WhatsApp has rolled out fingerprint authentication for users on its beta programme for Android.
Thanks to the power of artificial intelligence, new low-code platforms catering to non-coders have been significantly enhanced.
From boardrooms to editorial departments, interest around artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning is showing no sign of abating.
When I talk about colleague oversharers, I’m not talking about that one dreaded co-worker who tells you a little too much about their personal life over morning coffee.
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A security weakness in British Airways’ check-in system could potentially allow hackers to steal personal data belonging to BA passengers.