Mobile users are being warned against a new FedEx scam in the form of convincing SMS messages appearing to be from the delivery services company.
The Metropolitan Police Service has announced it will begin using Live Facial Recognition (LFR) technology in London.
The outbreak of novel coronavirus in China is growing in severity with over 500 confirmed cases across six countries.
A company aiming to “trigger a data ownership and control revolution” by helping people to discover what information organisations hold on them has launched in the UK.
2020 could see the “death of the password” according to the CEO of authentication platform Veridium.
Automotive giants Hyundai and Kia have announced they are investing €100m in UK electric car manufacturer Arrival.
Nicky Morgan, secretary of state for secretary of state for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, has declared that the new government will be “unashamedly a pro-technology government” and that digital technology will play a key role in future trade negotiations.
The UK is due to leave the European Union at the end of this month, after three deadline extensions in 2019.
According to Tech Nation, investment in Artificial Intelligence reached record levels in the UK in 2019, making it the third biggest AI investor in the world.
Almost half of UK and US firms predict that their respective country will experience a recession this year.
Open banking was first launched in January 2018 and received much attention from the financial community as the potential bringer of fintech disruption.
Dixons Carphone has been fined half a million pounds after the computer system in its tills suffered a cyberattack, affecting at least 14 million people, in what the Information Commissioners Office (ICO) described as a “careless loss of data”.
In 2018, a video in which the face of actor Nicolas Cage was imposed onto video footage of President Donald Trump went viral online.
Over the past few years, the use of artificial intelligence in healthcare and medicine has generated much excitement in both the public and private sector.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is one of the most important technologies in combatting child sexual abuse online, according to police officers.
Uber and Hyundai have announced that they are partnering for the development of an aerial ride-sharing network.
With the biggest technology show kicking off in Las Vegas, Nevada tomorrow, the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2020 promises to offer a glimpse into the technology trends that will be big in the year to come.
Located 175m beneath the ground near Geneva, Switzerland, The Large Hadron Collider (LHC) is the biggest particle collider in the world.
With a number of companies in the automotive space pushing to get their autonomous vehicles on the roads, the urban mobility landscape looks likely to continue to transform in 2020.
2019 has seen artificial intelligence and machine learning take centre stage for many industries, with companies increasingly looking to harness the benefits of the technology for a wide range of use cases.
With the growing ubiquity of smart technology, children are, from a younger age than ever, adept at using many forms of consumer tech, from tablets to smart phones and speakers.
With significant potential in diagnostics, drug development and patient care, artificial intelligence (AI) has huge potential in healthcare, and is an area that the UK National Health Service (NHS) has made significant progress in over the past few years.
Emotion detecting AI should not be allowed to make important decisions, AI research institute AI Now has warned.
The closure of high street banks has hit the headlines in 2019, with 19% of people in the UK now living over two miles away from a bank, according to The Guardian.
This year has seen mobile network operators compete to offer 5G to their customers, with the likes of EE, Vodafone and O2 all offering 5G in some capacity, although devices and coverage is currently limited.
Yesterday, it was announced that Russia has been banned from competing in international sporting events for the next four years by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA).
The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has opened consultation on its first draft of artificial intelligence (AI) guidance, urging organisations deploying the technology to be transparent and accountable.