Making booking appointments, ordering prescriptions and receiving health advice easier than ever, mobile health apps are used by many to personalise their healthcare.
Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks may now cost the UK economy up to £1bn each year, representing a serious financial burden to businesses.
Earlier this month, presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren unveiled her intentions regarding breaking up big tech companies to “restore the balance of power in our democracy, to promote competition, and to ensure that the next generation of technology innovation is as vibrant as the last.” if elected in the 2020 presidential election.
Perhaps the most talked-about technological advancement in the world of manufacturing over the last decade has been additive manufacturing.
A new technique developed by engineers from the University of California could be used to detect counterfeit drugs from a video clip.
With the complexity of organisations’ IT infrastructure, and increasing sophistication of cyber threats, it comes as no surprise that adequately protecting businesses from cyberattacks is a difficult task for IT decision-makers.
With less than 500 days to go until the 2020 Olympic Games, The Tokyo Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games taking place in Tokyo has launched the new Tokyo 2020 Robot Project designed to showcase the country’s cutting-edge robotics technology.
In the past few years, the banking industry has been transformed almost beyond recognition.
Doctors may soon be able to carry out on-the-spot genome analysis using just a smartphone thanks to research by the Garvan Institute of Medical Research and UNSW Sydney.
Announced during a week of pivotal Brexit votes, it would be easy for this year’s Spring Statement from Phillip Hammond to be overlooked.
Just one of the many uncertainties surrounding the UK’s post-Brexit relationship with the EU is the issue of mobile roaming charges.
The US Secretary of Transport Elaine Chao has announced a new council aimed at bringing Hyperloop technology to the US.
Until now, the race to a trillion has been dominated by big tech, with both Apple and Amazon reaching the milestone in 2018.
After announcing at the end of last month that it would be closing all of its retail stores, Tesla has made a u-turn.
The House of Lords Communications Committee has published a report on regulating in a digital world, calling for big tech companies to be reined in.
The advanced capabilities of modern robotics never fails to generate excitement, with videos of robots opening doors and even performing backflips flooding the internet.
A first-of-its-kind nanoparticle vaccine candidate for respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) has been designed by researchers, which could help reduce infant mortality.
Cyber attacks globally have risen by 63% in the last three years, and with increasingly sophisticated methods at hackers’ disposal, organisations face a rising tide of targeting phishing, attacks, software hacks and password theft.
The total investment in driverless technology is $100 billion to date, but money cannot necessarily buy the public’s trust.
Chinese authorities will no longer be allowed to require foreign companies to hand over intellectual property in exchange for selling products in the country.
Despite being formed only 15 days ago and having just 11 members, the Independent Group is making waves both on and offline.
With the ability to run, climb stairs and jump over hurdles, the advanced capabilities of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s four-legged Cheetah robots have been impressing and alarming audiences in equal measures.
As the hype around 5G continues, the topic of mobile data is dominating the tech sphere. However, with 5G-enabled handsets a long way off, for most consumers, getting a good deal on mobile data is more of a pressing concern.
UK banks are experiencing at least one IT shutdown every day, leaving customers unable to make payments.
Last month, the Australian Government said it believed a cyberattack targeting its parliamentary computer network to be the work of a “sophisticated nation-state actor”.
After 15 years and many ground-breaking discoveries, NASA announced last month that it had bid farewell to its Mars Exploration Rover B Opportunity (affectionately known as “Oppy”) after it ceased communication with Earth.
Since 2008, software developers have topped the list of the hardest to fill jobs in the United States, with he tech industry struggling to attract enough talent to fill a growing number of jobs. However, with developer talent now a top business priority, this demand has meant that the average software engineer salary has risen as businesses