A patient at Duesseldorf University Hospital in Germany has died after the hospital suffered a cyberattack.
Two thirds of people would consider undertaking some form of human augmentation, research by Kaspersky has revealed.
Covid-19 lockdown measures meant that many schools around the world had to close their doors.
Apple has launched its first subscription plan, Apple One, at its Time Flies event held on Tuesday.
The US Department of Veteran Affairs has suffered a data breach, with the personal information of 46,000 veterans affected.
The discovery of a rare molecule on Venus could indicate the possibility of life on the planet.
Researchers at the École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) and Purdue University have uncovered a Bluetooth security flaw that could allow an attacker to connect to a user device without authentication.
Transformation should be at the heart of post-pandemic recovery, according to industry experts.
Almost three quarters of businesses would be more likely to choose a bank with a fully digital onboarding process.
Today is the inaugural World EV Day, an annual event intended to "engage consumers around the sustainability benefits" of electric vehicles.
Airspeeder, a motorsport series for electric flying vehicles, has partnered with global cybersecurity company Acronis.
The chair of the Council of Europe’s data protection “Convention 108” committee and the Council of Europe’s Data Protection Commissioner have both called for the adoption of international legal standards for data protection following the Shrems II judgement.
A project by the university of Glasgow that uses quantum-powered sensors for healthtech monitoring has received funding from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council.
Facebook has stopped sales of the Oculus Rift and Oculus Quest virtual reality headsets in Germany.
The news that the UK government could soon issue digital identities to British citizens has been met with mixed responses from the industry.
Amazon has officially entered the wearable device market, with the launch of its new wellness service Amazon Halo, which combines "a suite of AI-powered health tools" with the Amazon Halo Band.
Robyn Gatens has been appointed by NASA as the acting director of the International Space Station.
The first ever ecommerce transaction made using a bank-issued stablecoin has successfully been made, according to digital currency platform provider Coinify.
The New Zealand Stock Exchange has been temporarily shut down for the second day in a row due to a cyberattack.
Vertical Aerospace, a Bristol-based aerospace manufacturer, has unveilled its pioneering ‘flying taxi' design.
Global smartphone sales declined by 20% in Q2 of 2020, according to Gartner.
Swedish electric scooter company Voi has won an exclusive UK contract in Northamptonshire.
One of the most notorious serial killers in US history has been sentenced to life in prison. Former police officer Joseph James DeAngelo, known as the Golden State Killer, committed at least 13 murders and more than 50 rapes in the state of California between 1973 and 1986.
The UK government's Ministry of Housing, Communities & Local Government has revealed the six finalists in its competition to find the homes of the future.
Distributed denial of Service (DDoS) attacks have increased by 542% compared with the previous quarter during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Social media platforms Instagram, TikTok and YouTube have suffered a large-scale data breach, affecting nearly 235 million accounts.
With many employees now working from home, and numerous organisations looking to implement digital transformation at an unprecedented pace, the Covid-19 pandemic has brought with it many new challenges for chief information security officers (CISOs), often while contending with shrinking budgets.
A vishing campaign could have been behind Twitter's recent hack, which saw many high-profile accounts taken over by attackers.
Computer software company Oracle could be in the running to acquire the US part of video sharing mobile app TikTok, according to the Financial Times.