A partnership between NASA and Lockheed Martin could see astronauts land on the Moon for the first time in more than 40 years as part of the Orion programme.
The current retail climate is dominated with headlines warning that the death of the high street could be imminent, and with 106,000 retail jobs lost between March 2016 and 2019, it is easy to see why.
Transport for London (TfL) has rejected Uber’s appeal for a full licence, instead granting the ride hailing firm a two-month private hire operator licence extension.
Facebook has announced that it is expanding its startup accelerator programme to support businesses developing technologies that have a “positive impact on the world.” The third edition of Facebook’s London Accelerator programme will be open to startups across Europe, the Middle East and Africa for the first time.
With the Rugby World Cup kicking off today in Japan, fans around the global watched as the hosts beat Russia 30-10.
Once the apple of many consumers eyes, the UK may be turning away from former favourite Apple in favour of other brands, as trust in big tech wanes.
The UK could struggle to compete with other economies if it does not invest more in robotics and automation.
The 14th of September was supposed to be the day that the last part of the Payment Services Directive, or PSD2, was rolled out across the EU.
This week is National Coding Week, an annual event that aims to encourage more people to learn to code in an effort to fill the current skills gap.
Logging on to a website is a process that many would not give a second thought.
Researchers have uncovered a large data breach thought to impact the majority of the population of Ecuador, including records belonging to WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.
An autonomous submarine, known as an autonomous underwater vehicle, has been used by researchers to gain important insights into the melting of Norwegian glaciers.
The discovery of an exposed database usually spells disaster for the company affected, with the possibility of large fines, the loss of customer data and reputational damage at stake.
Ahead of the 2020 Olympics due to take place next summer in Tokyo, Intel has announced that it is partnering with the International Olympic Committee to “create innovative experiences for athletes, attendees and Olympic fans around the world”.
Users of online encyclopedia Wikipedia around the world were left unable to access the website after it was hit by a distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack over the weekend.
A new artificial intelligence (AI) neutral network can successfully detect heart failure from just one heartbeat.
The UK’s lack of preparation could make the next recession “unnecessarily painful”, a think tank has warned.
Jaguar Land Rover and BlackBerry have announced the continuation of their autonomous vehicles partnership to develop the automotive company’s “next-generation vehicles”.
Researchers at the University of Oxford have developed artificial intelligence software able to tell the difference between individual chimpanzees in the wild.
In what appears to be a u-turn for the company, Apple has made it easier for customers to repair their Apple products with the launch of its independent repair programme.
The High Court has ruled that the use of facial recognition by the South Wales Police was “consistent with the requirements of the Human Rights Act and the data protection legislation” in a landmark ruling.
According to a study conducted earlier this year by UK Finance, just one in ten adults in the UK now opts to only use cash, with the rapid with the rapid growth of contactless payment and decline in the number of ATMs leading many to predict that the UK may become a cashless society in
Artificial intelligence has been used to analyse x-ray images of the world famous Ghent Altarpiece, as part of an investigative project led by UCL to use AI to study the work of the Old Masters.
A new study from Gigamon reveals that social media apps could present the biggest security threat to enterprises.
Combining humans and machines has long been the realm of science fiction, but thanks to technology such as neuroscience, nanotechnology, machine learning and 3D printing, it may soon be commonplace.
The news that Prime Minister Boris Johnson has asked the Queen to suspend parliament has sent shockwaves around the UK political sphere, with the prospect of the longest suspension of parliament in 400 years looming.
With ethical consumers increasingly concerned with the origin of their purchases, almost every industry, from fashion to food to diamonds, has been held to account over the ethics of its supply chain.
Natwest and RBS customers have been left without access to their online accounts after the two banks were hit by IT issues.
Clinicians at the Newcastle Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust in the UK can now print patient-specific models on demand thanks to new in-house medical 3D printing facilities.