Madrid-based cybersecurity startup buguroo has raised $11m in a Series A funding round, enabling it to expand its deep learning-based tools and expand its products to new markets.
The future treatment of heart attacks could see doctors deploying gene therapy treatments that deactivate key genes, thanks to research underway at the University of Sheffield.
Over the course of 2019, over 38 million healthcare records have been exposed in data breaches in the US alone, according to research published today by the HIPAA Journal.
A researcher at Queen’s University Belfast has developed a method for converting waste barley found in breweries into a renewable fuel.
Uber has been denied a new licence to operate in London by Transport for London (TfL), with the transport body arguing that the ridesharing app is not “fit and proper”.
Jobseekers looking for roles in the tech industry are increasingly looking in mainland Europe, while searches in the UK are declining, according to data published today by job site Indeed.
The newly released Labour manifesto sees Jeremy Corbyn’s party promise a clampdown on cybersecurity incidents by overhauling how the UK handles the issue.
The companies that make and sell employment algorithms now commonly used in hiring processes have been criticised by researchers for a lack of transparency and consistency.
A 3D body scanning solution that builds a 3D body model from just two smartphone photographs has been launched today, providing retailers with a tool to enhance customer experiences and reduce returns.
Vodafone Business has announced that it has signed a seven-year agreement with Ryanair to provide communications technology solutions across the low-cost airline’s infrastructure.
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Being in charge of network infrastructure is never easy, particularly in education, but when you oversee a vast, federated network of colleges and departments such as at the University of Cambridge, it’s an immense challenge.
A survey of UK decision makers has found the interest and support for the use of robotic technology in the workplace has seen a notable increase since 2018, suggesting the use of artificial intelligence (AI) in office is set to grow.
Today British voters woke up to the news that Labour is planning to provide every home and business with free, full-fibre broadband by 2030 if it wins the upcoming general election.
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Product visualisation software platform Threekit has announced that it has raised $20m in a Series A funding round to expand its augmented reality and 3D services for brands.
An exhaustive new AI strategy unveiled by the Singapore government should serve as inspiration governments in Europe, according to experts.
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A host of security flaws discovered in 5G technology that include enabling a victim’s real-time location to be tracked are a “serious” cause for concern, prompting experts to call for “urgent” fixes.
The cloud boom that has dominated enterprise technology for the past decade is far from over, with Gartner predicting a dramatic climb in revenue from public cloud services next year.
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Smart factories are set to add “at least” $1.5tn to the global economy within five years, according to research published today by Capgemini Research Institute.
Who is behind the Labour cyberattack that saw the UK’s second biggest party hit by a distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack that briefly slowed down campaigning efforts?
The news that the UK Labour Party has been hit by a distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack, described as a “sophisticated and large-scale cyberattack” by the political party, has been hailed as a concern for the entire country.
Michael Kratsios, chief technology officer of the US and a key advisor to President Donald Trump, has doubled down on calls for Western governments to block Chinese technology in a vitriol-laden speech in Lisbon, Portugal.