Parrot, a leading European drone company, has announced it is providing drones and software for non-governmental organisation (NGO) Human Rights Watch.
After just six months, the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) has announced that it is shutting down its digital banking brand Bo.
Cybersecurity provider Bridgeway Security Solutions has launched a new initiative to provide hospital patients with access to phones to communicate with loved ones during the Covid-19 lockdown.
The UK government has launched online cybersecurity courses for young people in the UK, designed to encourage and equip the next generation of cybersecurity professionals.
With the events and hospitality industry currently on hold, with many uncertainties over when social distancing measures will be lifted and gatherings will be permitted once more, it is unclear what the future will bring for those in the industry.
British startups raised £663m investment in the first month after the country went into lockdown, with the tech sector seeing the most activity, according to new research released today by Plexal and Beauhurst.
One of the industries undoubtedly feeling the effects of the current Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic is the restaurants and hospitality industry.
Researchers at Brunel University London have used artificial intelligence (AI) to correctly identify coronavirus on patients’ lungs.
Video conferencing platform Zoom has partnered with speech-to-text transcription app Otter.ai to support live transcriptions of meetings.
Drone technology company Flytrex has announced that it will begin delivering essential goods “directly to backyards” in Grand Forks, North Dakota.
The cybersecurity headaches that passwords can cause are now well-known.
The coronavirus pandemic and the ongoing lockdown measures imposed in many countries around the world could “change the face of banking forever”, according to card-issuing platform Marqeta.
Today is the 50th Earth Day, an annual international event intended to raise awareness and take action on a range of environmental issues.
Robotics company Milrem Robotics and InnoVfoam, a foam extinguishing technology specialist, are developing a firefighting robot designed to put out fires in the most hostile environments.
With news reporting, government policy and public consciousness occupied by the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, it is not surprising that the situation has caught the attention of cybercriminals.
Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak has pledged £1.25bn to support UK startups struggling to survive during the Covid-19 pandemic, including funding for high-growth companies and a “Future Fund”.
For the first time in 700 years, the Houses of Parliament is taking an “unprecedented step” by allowing MPs to take part in some parliamentary proceedings via Zoom.
When it comes to the future of work, the conversation over the past few years has been increasingly focused on a desire for greater flexibilty.
SPEE3D, an Australian supplier of metal-based additive manufacturing technology, has developed a way to 3D print anti-microbial copper proven to kill the Covid-19 virus.
For the first time ever, the US Supreme Court will use teleconferencing technology to remotely hear arguments “in keeping with public health guidance” due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, it announced yesterday.
With three billion people now under lockdown around the world, the current Covid-19 pandemic will undoubtedly have a lasting impact.
Today, Chancellor Rishi Sunak announced further measures to support businesses during the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic, but this does not fully address the needs of early-stage tech companies, according to Tech Nation.
The ongoing Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic has led to a surge in malicious bot activity online, according to research by cybersecurity software company Radware.
The new Digital Services Tax came into force in the UK today.
Drone deliveries have been promised for some time, but could the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic finally make them a reality?
The Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic and ongoing lockdown measures that have been implemented in many countries have changed shopping habits.