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.
When you picture an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) or a drone, most would imagine a small, helicopter-like structure with a series of propellers.
Amazon Web Services (AWS) and telecoms giant Verizon have announced they are partnering to deliver 5G edge cloud computing.
Thanks to advances in electric, connected and driverless vehicles, the automotive industry is arguably undergoing its most radical transformation since the invention of the motor car back in 1885.
With just over a week before the UK goes to the polls to vote in the general election, academic think tank The UK in a Changing Europe has criticised party manifestos as setting out “vague and potentially unrealistic” Brexit plans.
The majority of UK FTSE 250 and 100 companies could have security vulnerabilities due to the use of outdated systems.
Today is International Jaguar Day, a day designed to raise awareness of the threats facing the big cat, and efforts to conserve them.
2019 was anticipated to be the year that open banking took off, with the introduction of a number of new regulations designed to make it easier for consumers to access a greater array of financial services, while improving security.
Researchers at the IoT laboratory at the AV-TEST Institute have warned that the SMA-WATCH-M2, a children’s smart watch with a GPS tracker, contains serious vulnerabilities that could expose the data and location of thousands of children around the world.
Transport for London has announced that Uber will not be given a new London licence after it was deemed “not fit and proper” to hold a licence in the capital, prompting many to look for alternatives.
The role of digital workers within organisations is expected to increase by 50% over the next two years as companies wake up to their benefits.
Wearable continuous glucose monitors could help elderly people with memory problems better manage diabetes, according to a study from the University of East Anglia.
The world of robotic process automation, or RPA, is exploding, with numerous industries finding new ways to automate repetitive or mundane aspects of their business.
The UK Jurisdiction Taskforce has today confirmed the legal status of cryptoassets and smart contracts in a landmark statement.
Software developer Magma Digital has warned that gender imbalance in the tech industry could continue to get worse in the future.
In recent years, websites such as 23andMe and Ancestry DNA have exploded in popularity, with a growing number submitting DNA samples in exchange for insights into their health or ancestry.
The world of software has undergone a drastic transformation in recent years.
The UK Government is reportedly exploring making changes to IPO listing rules in order to make the UK more attractive to startups.
Checking the authenticity of the identity chip found inside passports is an important part of security.
The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has warned that police forces need to “slow down” on the deployment of facial recognition technology due to its potential for “widespread invasiveness”.
With the UK bracing for a general election and campaigning ahead of the US 2020 presidential election now in full swing, the threat of election hacking is once more a key topic of conversation.
With the growing threat of climate change and the urgent need to curb carbon emissions, carbon capture has often been presented as a solution to limiting the environmental impact of burning fossil fuels.
Several high profile international organisations, including the UN, have fallen victim to an extensive spear-phishing campaign.