The Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (OAIC) and the UK’s Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) have launched an investigation into facial recognition software company Clearview AI.
For the first time, Uber is taking to the water in London with the announcement of a partnership with Thames Clippers on its riverboat service.
The UK must set out a hydrogen strategy as part of its commitment to net-zero carbon emissions by 2050, experts from the hydrogen sector have said.
Today Chancellor Rishi Sunak delivered his summer statement, outlining the UK government’s strategy for economic recovery in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic.
With numerous organisations rapidly adapting to the use of new technologies within and outside of the workplace, wearable devices could soon become a common sight in offices as a means of enforcing workplace social distancing.
Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital, along with artificial intelligence firm Rainbird, have developed a tool to assess the risk of frontline workers being exposed to Covid-19.
UK startups are less likely to accept government help than their French and German counterparts, according to a survey from Dealroom and LocalGlobe.
Earlier this week, the California Consumer Privacy Act came into force.
Last month it was announced that the UK would be making a sudden u-turn on its contact tracing strategy, adopting a Bluetooth-powered decentralised framework developed by Apple and Google instead of the centralised app that was being developed by NHSX.
UK law enforcement, the UK National Crime Agency and other European forces have made “a massive breakthrough” in the battle against organised crime after infiltrating encrypted communication system Encrochat.
Online food delivery platform Slerp has launched a new table ordering service, enabling customers to order direct to their table via their phone while dining at a restaurant.
Google has launched a host of online tools intended to help people and businesses “digitise and grow” through digital skills.
The adoption of 5G is now viewed as less important by a significant proportion of business executives following the Covid-19 pandemic.
The London tech scene has been named as one of the best technology ecosystems in the world, according to Startup Genome.
The rollout of contact tracing apps in several countries around the world has brought the issue of health data, and ensuring it is stored securely and privately, to the forefront.
As many businesses face financial difficulty, marketing and advertising spending has been scaled down – especially in the context of cancelled events and remote working.
Researchers have discovered that cybercriminals are exploiting the release of contact tracing apps as a way of distributing malware.
The Covid-19 pandemic has hit those in the hospitality and live entertainment industry with particular force.
Rumours that PayPal could roll out a Bitcoin service to its 325 million active users “add to the credibility of Bitcoin”.
The European Payment Institutions Federation is calling for a six-month extension to the PSD2 SCA deadline, which could allow banks to reevaluate their current plans.
Platform technology will be central to the future of the construction industry after Covid-19, according to Procore Technologies.
Amazon Web Services has said it has stopped the largest ever distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack.
A Conservative MP has called for the UK government to invest £15bn in small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) in exchange for shares.
Artificial Intelligence is most effective in cybersecurity with “a human involved”, according to the CTO of internet security company ESET.
Multinational aerospace conglomerate Honeywell has launched a new business unit dedicated to unmanned aerial systems and urban air mobility.
The NHS could save hundreds of millions of pounds thanks to a deal between NHSX, NHS Digital and Microsoft, which enables members of staff to access Microsoft 365 digital tools.
Leading digital bank Starling has introduced three new in-app integrations to its banking platform.
Battery manufacturer Britishvolt has chosen South Wales as one of the locations for the first gigafactory in the UK.