Hotel giant Marriott has given an update to the data breach that saw the details of millions of customers of its Starwood subsidiary exposed, confirming that 5.25 million unencrypted passport numbers were involved in the Marriott hack.
A large-scale hack of German polticians has seen personal data, including credit cards, contact details and private conversations, exposed online.
Improvements in the sophistication of artificial intelligence (AI) is threatening health data privacy by making it possible to identify individuals from supposedly anonymised data.
A nanosatellite technology that captures images from space at significantly lower cost than existing systems has been hailed as a revolutionary breakthrough by its creators.
The 2019 cryptocurrency market will see significant growth due to the backing of institutional investors, according to the CEO of a leading financial advisory organisation.
A mobile food scanner that determines whether fresh products are still safe to eat is set to become a common sight in the kitchens of the future due to its ability to combat food waste.
A modular driverless car with a body that can be quickly swapped out for different uses is being showcased at CES 2019.
The new year is a time when many of us ponder a career change, but with automation and declining industries threatening many roles, how can you be sure you’re considering future-proof jobs?
In 1982 the film Blade Runner provided us with a stunning but utterly dystopian vision of the year 2019.
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The Huawei spying furore that has seen the US government to claim the company may be spying on behalf of China has been addressed by the company’s rotating chairman, who insists the company is not engaging in any such activity.
The Gatwick drone incident that has seen the holiday plans of tens of thousands of passengers disrupted has led to both deep concern and suspicion from drone pilots.
A project to explore how guide dogs respond to autonomous delivery robots is laying the foundation for widespread use of the technology in the coming years.
The first ever Boring Company tunnel will open later today in California after a delay of a week, offering an unprecedented view of Elon Musk’s novel approach to urban transport.
The ever-increasing escalation in state-sponsored cyberattacks will force the United Nations (UN) to introduce a cybersecurity treaty in 2019, according to researchers at WatchGuard Technologies’ Threat Lab.
The plan to cut EU immigration by 80% post-Brexit will leave UK companies increasingly vulnerable to cyberattacks, according to a cybersecurity recruitment expert.
A platform for trading cryptocurrency that uses artificial intelligence (AI) to assist trades has seen its first public Initial Token Offering (ITO) sell out in just three hours.
An algorithm that is designed to level the cryptocurrency mining playing field by making it equally possible to mine on everyday computers as large-scale rigs has been deployed for the first time.
Cyberattacks are now the fastest-growing crime in the world, and are expected to cost the global economy $6tn a year by 2021, according to a report by Cybersecurity Ventures.
Using a virtual reality experience to teach children could become standard in future education, as research published today suggests that it could dramatically improve learning.
An AI Christmas may sound like something from the future, but according to research by Accenture, artificial intelligence (AI) now plays a role in festive planning for the majority of UK residents.
UK Prime Minister Theresa May today refused to give a new date for the delayed Brexit vote, prompting outrage from Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn.
Hard-line Pro-Leave Conservative MPs are now actively pushing for a no-deal Brexit to occur on 29th March, in an approach dubbed Clean Brexit.
The Pound Sterling value has risen against both the dollar and the euro in response to the news that a no-confidence vote in Theresa May has been triggered.
UK Prime Minister Theresa May has warned that the no-confidence vote she faces later today could lead to Brexit being stopped altogether.
The last 12 months alone saw 12% of UK employers automate jobs by replacing them with some form of technology.
UK Prime Minister Theresa May has confirmed that the Brexit vote has been postponed, blaming the issue of the Irish backstop for the decision, and committing to return to the EU to rework this aspect of the agreement.
The news of Theresa May delaying a Brexit vote has renewed the suggestion of a no-confidence vote in the Prime Minister.