Swiss open-source financial information platform Decentralised Information Asset (DIA) is launching a Wikipedia-style platform built on the blockchain, which is designed to become the go-to source for financial markets data.
Big Tech – Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google parent company Alphabet – all announced their latest financial results on Thursday, providing insight into how they have faired during the pandemic, and for the most part the news has been hugely positive.
UK startup EduMe has raised $5m in a Series A funding round in order to expand its mobile workforce training and engagement platform for the deskless workforce.
Patients diagnosed with Covid-19 are being cared for using remote monitoring technologies that harness artificial intelligence (AI) to detect if there is a deterioration in their symptoms.
Virgin Galactic has unveiled the cabin design that will take its first passengers into space, revealing an interior that is part 2001: A Space Odyssey and part private jet, as the company ramps up towards launch.
The price of Bitcoin passed $11,000 on Monday, the highest it has reached in almost a year, and according to experts, there are more gains to come.
Global spending in 5G network infrastructure for 2020 is expected to grow to almost twice that of 2019, according to the latest forecast by Gartner.
Swiss startup Advertima has announced that it has raised €15m in a Series A funding round for its smart retail solutions.
When you’re acquired by one of the biggest names in tech, you don’t typically announce a $60m Series B funding round four years later, but that’s exactly what healthtech pioneer Withings has done.
Garmin services are at least in part back following a ransomware attack, but how much the company has been impacted remains unclear.
Three cloud firms have today announced that they have combined to form Kerv, in a £30m merger designed to challenge in cloud-centric managed services.
Intel has reported its Q2 results, with above-expectations revenue and earnings-per-share.
Services from wearable device maker Garmin are still down following a ransomware attack on Thursday.
Riiid, a South Korean startup reshaping education with artificial intelligence (AI), has raised $41.8m in a pre-Series D funding round.
Hackers that gain access to email accounts, using methods such as phishing, don’t just steal data and go.
Quorum, a startup based in Dublin, Ireland has raised $2m in a seed funding round to expand the rollout of its subscription chat platform.
Employee mistakes are having a potentially dire impact on enterprise cybersecurity, with 43% of workers admitting to making an error that had a negative impact on corporate digital security.
The cybersecurity community has reacted with criticism and concern to the Russia report, which was finally published today after a nine-month delay.
The Russia report has criticised the UK Government, intelligence and security agencies for failing to prepare for or launch an adequate retrospective assessment of potential Russian interference in the Brexit referendum.
The long-awaited Russia report, which explores how Moscow has used digital and intelligence capabilities to meddle in UK electoral matters, has called the UK’s development of offensive cyber capabilities “essential” to combat the issue.
Detergent subscription startup smol has raised £8m in a Series A funding that will enable it to expand its service to new markets.
Healthtech startup Neurovalens has raised £5.1m in a funding round to bring its neurostimulation technology closer to being used in clinical settings.
The launch of the long-awaited James Webb Space Telescope has been delayed by NASA over issues relating to the coronavirus pandemic.
Companies that routinely transfer data between the EU and the US are currently scrambling to find a legal way to do so, after Europe’s top court voided the previous mechanism, the EU-US Privacy Shield.
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Twitter has been hit by what may be its worst hack in history, which saw attackers take control of some of the most high-profile verified accounts, including those owned by Elon Musk, Jeff Bezos, Barak Obama and Joe Biden.
Evertas, an insurtech startup that claims the be the first in the world focusing purely on insuring cryptoassets and related blockchain technologies, has announced that it has raised $2.8m in a seed funding round.