In the midst of the busy summer holiday period, British Airways has been hit with IT issues that have led to numerous flight cancellations, affecting an estimated 25,000 passengers.
Russian hackers are exploiting security vulnerabilities in common Internet of Things devices to infiltrate corporate networks, according to Microsoft.
Given the growing popularity of smart devices, the digitisation of the pet industry is not surprising, with this year’s CES tech show packed full of pet tech from smart feeders, cameras to allow owners to keep an eye on their pets when they leave the house, and even automated ball launchers to keep dogs occupied.
On May 6 1937, the infamous Hindenburg disaster, in which an airship caught fire after an electrical spark ignited highly flammable hydrogen that had leaked out, claiming the lives of 36 people on board.
According to the International Energy Agency, the building construction industry is responsible for 36% of global energy consumption, highlighting the urgent need for ecological architecture.
43% of UK businesses have suffered a cyber breach or attack in the last 12 months, according to research by Probrand, with high-profile hacks such as the Capital One data breach earlier this week highlighting the growing importance of robust investment in cybersecurity.
For the first time since the 2008 financial crisis, the US Federal Reserve has cut interest rates.
Researchers from MIT, along with Google’s AI labs, recently announced that they have developed an AI translation tool capable of translating ancient languages.
Predictions of a boom in voice assistant shopping are “wildly optimistic”, according to ParcelHero, with consumers yet to fully embrace the technology.
According to a recent report from the Internet Society’s Online Trust Alliance, hackers made an estimated $45bn from cyberattacks in 2018.
A computer that understands how you feel may sound like something out of a dystopian sci-fi film, but with the ever-advancing capabilities of artificial intelligence, it may soon become a reality.
Economic turmoil following a widespread cyberattack, constant workplace monitoring and rating systems determining social worth.
Today has officially been the hottest day in the UK in July on record, with temperatures reaching 36.9°C.
On Wednesday, the world’s largest aerospace company Boeing reported its biggest ever quarterly loss, as ongoing issues facing its 737-MAX aircraft saw the company lose $2.9bn in the last quarter.
Describing its new payment system as a ” global currency”, Facebook certainly has big plans for Libra.
Developed by Russian company Wireless Lab, FaceApp, an app that manipulates photos to make users look older, change their gender, hairstyle or makeup, has become a viral sensation.
More than 70% of freshwater is currently used for agriculture, and considering that just 3% of the water on Earth is drinkable, this is a valuable resource.
Just last weekend, fans around the world were on the edge of their seats watching the nail-biting finale to the 2019 Wimbledon Tennis fortnight.
Robots and prosthetics may soon have a sense of touch similar to human skin thanks to e-skin technology developed by researchers at the National University of Singapore.
The connected and autonomous vehicles industry is expected to be worth an estimated £52bn to the UK by 2035, with the automotive industry bracing for major change over the next decade.
It has been revealed that the National Health Service is still running 2,300 outdated Windows XP computers, after a parliamentary question from Jo Platt MP.
The last few months have seen several telecommunications companies ramping up their 5G efforts, with Vodafone switching on its 5G network in some parts of the UK earlier this month.
It is a well-known piece of trivia that smartphones now contain greater processing power than the computers used in NASA missions to send astronauts to the Moon 50 years ago, and it is certainly true that modern smartphone now rival supercomputers of the past.
ICARUS, a global system able to track the movements of thousands of animals, has been switched on.
Researchers at the King Abdullah University of Science and Technology have developed a method of purifying water and generating electricity from a single solar device.
Researchers from Cornell University and the University of Illinois have developed a way of producing proteins useful in agricultural processes inside the cells of tobacco plants.
As the capabilities of artificial intelligence (AI) improve, so does its prevalence in everyday life, including how businesses interact with customers.