We’re in the midst of Brexit turmoil at levels not seen since the departure of David Cameron, and there is growing talk of a no-confidence vote.
The appointment of Kit Malthouse as Housing Minister has been welcomed by the architecture and construction industry.
Boris Johnson has become the latest cabinet member to resign following the announcement of soft Brexit plans on Friday.
Social media app Timehop has drawn criticism from the security industry following a major breach.
The UK Space Industry is already seeing negative effects from Brexit, a group of industry experts has warned.
Prominent Conservative Party backbencher Jacob Rees-Mogg has launched a scathing attack on Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit plan, arguing it should be scrapped in favour of a harder approach to leaving the European Union.
Companies are increasingly struggling to fill existing roles.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has warned that a hard Brexit would damage the German economy.
Western European companies developing personal data technology are to see a key investment boost, in the form of a $66m development fund backed by the Chinese government.
Malicious software that engages in cryptocurrency mining on unsuspecting users’ computers is on the rise.
Roof window giant Velux has made its first moves into the Internet of Things (IoT) space with the announcement of a new product line, Velux Active, developed in partnership with smart home company Netatmo.
Before Milo Yiannopoulos was pandering to the alt-right and expressing delight at the prospect of journalists being shot, he was telling wealth managers to invest in the media industry.
A flat-pack generator known as a QuickQube has been developed that can turn human waste into energy.
Yesterday news broke that Tickemaster has been hit by a major breach affecting customers who made – or tried to make – recent purchases on the site.
This morning a John Lewis profit warning grabbed the retail headlines, causing many to assume that the John Lewis Partnership is set to go the same way as many of its department store competitors.
A revolutionary development in artificial intelligence (AI) is set to see the complexity of one of the most common AI methods increase dramatically.
The UK’s Electoral Commission has called for an urgent law change to improve the transparency of online campaigning in a report published today.
Investors need to avoid complacency and diversify investments if they want to avoid being stung by the rapidly advancing trade war, Nigel Green, founder and CEO of deVere Group, a leading independent international financial consultancy, has warned.
Millennial investors are prioritising key technologies far more than their older counterparts, with artificial intelligence leading the way.
Intel has announced that it is removing CEO Brian Krzanich after it discovered he had previously engaged in a consensual relationship with an employee, in violation of company policy.
Global sales of industrial robots are at an all-time high, climbing 29% between 2016 and 2017.
3D renders that give the impression of living the perfect Instagram life, virtual influencers are the latest addition to the world of brand marketing.
The decision to ban several animal products by online retail giant ASOS has been lauded by animal welfare activists, but for environmentalists it is cause for significant concern.
The first commercially available fitness shoes to incorporate graphene have been announced.
Advancements in electricity grid technology have opened the door to devastating smart grid cyberattacks, the head of Europe’s leading cybersecurity non-profit has warned.
In the future, every form of record, value storage and transaction will be tokenised, according to a leading technologist and blockchain expert.
The cause of the Dixons Carphone data breach announced earlier today has not yet been confirmed, but one possible route the attackers could have taken into the company’s systems is via an email attack.
Dixons Carphone’s handling of the data breach has drawn criticism from the cybersecurity community for demonstrating a poor attitude towards data protection.
Less than a month after GDPR came into force, Dixons Carphone has announced that it has been subject to a massive data breach that has compromised a wealth of customer data, include some payment details of 5.9 million customers.
The UK’s National Health Service (NHS) has been urged to embrace full automation, including bedside robots and AI diagnoses, to free up frontline staff time worth up to £12.5bn a year – almost 10% of its annual running cost.