New European Commission proposals could require Big Tech companies to share data with smaller rivals.
Amazon’s Ring doorbell will now require two-factor authentication to improve “privacy, security and control”.
Three quarters of organisations predict that their revenue will go down if digital transformation does not happen this year.
Verdict’s regular roundup of innovative new startups for 2020 is back.
Ericsson has claimed that it is ahead of competitors, including Huawei, when it comes to 5G deployment.
Apple has joined the Fast Identity Online (FIDO) Alliance as a board member in a move towards password-free authentication.
Mobile World Congress (MWC), the largest mobile event in the world, has been cancelled over coronavirus fears.
Alzheimer’s Research UK has announced a new project harnessing wearables to “revolutionise the early detection of neurodegenerative diseases” such as Alzheimer’s and dementia.
UK tech salaries increased by 13% in 2019, making the technology sector the fastest growing in the country.
Amazon has announced that it will not be attending Mobile World Congress later this month over coronavirus fears, becoming the latest big name to drop out of the event.
In Iowa, rather than casting votes in polling stations, registered Democrats meet in precincts to elect delegates that then support a particular Democrat candidate.
With the number of cases reaching 28,256, and the death toll rising to 565 people – the majority in mainland China – the World Health Organization has now declared the outbreak of novel coronavirus a global health emergency.
Software startup Nitrobox has completed a financing round involving Porsche Ventures, the venture capital arm of Porsche.
The UK is currently facing the biggest slowdown in productivity in 250 years, according to research from University of Sussex and Loughborough University.
Consumers are only just gaining a sense of just how much of their personal data brands have access to, with there being a fine line between having a more personalised or convenient experience and compromising on privacy.
After several false starts, today is the day that the UK officially leaves the European Union, marking the start of an 11-month transition period.
With 2020 upon us, more businesses than ever are utilising cutting-edge technology to create innovative products, and there has been an influx of new startups in the tech scene, offering solutions to almost every problem imaginable.
Around 47,200 people in the UK get diagnosed with lung cancer every year, making it one of the most common types of cancer.
The UK cybersecurity sector is now worth £8.3bn, as investment in the industry booms.
A researcher from Queen’s University Belfast has developed an algorithm that could help address the issue of artificial intelligence (AI) bias.
Manufacturers of connected IoT smart devices will soon have to adhere to stricter security requirements under new government guidelines.
For many UK commuters, the country’s rail industry may evoke feelings of frustration, with the announcement earlier this month that rail fairs will rise by 2.7%, despite train delays causing passengers to lose almost four million hours in 2018 according to Which?
Facebook exec and former deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg has received criticism over comments suggesting that end-to-end encrypted messages sent via WhatsApp could not be hacked.
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.