The security of the Internet of Things (IoT) is a source of growing concern.
The UK government’s announcement that the Russian military intelligence service GRU is behind a string of cyberattacks has rocked the world of politics.
Advances in technologies such as blockchain, AI and 3D printing will result in significant trade growth over the next decade, according to Roberto Azevêdo, Director-General of the World Trade Organisation (WTO).
Saudi Arabia has been forced to refute claims that the world’s biggest solar power project, which is being developed by Japanese technology giant SoftBank with backing from the Saudi Public Investment Fund (PIF) is being shelved.
The biodegradable plastic industry is set to surge in the coming years, fuelled by rising concerns over ocean pollution and the consumer rejection of single-use plastics.
Telecoms giant Verizon has turned on what is believed to be the world’s first commercial 5G network.
Payment infrastructure technology company SIA has become the leading Central and Southeastern Europe card processing provider following the acquisition of First Data Corporation’s card processing business.
This weekend news broke of an app breach at the Conservative Party conference, prompting predictions of an embarrassing Conservative Party GDPR fine.
An emerging type of cybersecurity attack known as the homeless homebuyer is seeing would-be homeowners robbed of their life savings and their future home.
The news of a British Airways breach involving the payment data of 380,000 customers has led to harsh criticism of the airline industry’s IT and cybersecurity efforts.
The pension raid that is expected by Chancellor Philip Hammond in the Budget this November has been criticised by the head of one the world’s largest independent financial advisory organisations.
Despite high-profile stories of Bitcoin megahauls, and one in five Brits investing, just 5% of UK-based Bitcoin investors have profited from the cryptocurrency.
The collaborative robots market is seeing rapid adoption and by 2025 will be worth $8.979bn worldwide, around twenty times, or 1900%, of its current value.
A drone ambulance that is capable of operating autonomously while carrying a single injured passenger has been awarded $20,000 to fund its further development.
In the last two years reports of UK data breaches to the Information Commissioner’s Office have increased by 75%, according to research by risk solutions provider Kroll.
Later this year Canadians will be able to legally use cannabis recreationally for the first time in almost a century, creating an unprecedented opportunity for businesses.
LiFi, the wireless internet technology that sees data transmitted through light, has been deployed in a school for the first time.
Art can now be used as a cryptocurrency wallet with the launch of a blockchain system designed to combat art forgery.
The public social media platform proposed by Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn in his 2018 Alternative MacTaggart Lecture this week has been met by damning criticism from technology industry experts.
Domain registrars have this week warned UK-based EU domain owners that if a no-deal Brexit occurs, their sites will go offline.
The UK now has the lowest levels of migration since 2012, according to government statistics released today.
An initiative designed to maintain EU citizenship after Brexit for British citizens has been launched today.
Leading international affairs think tank Chatham House has urged governments to establish regulatory frameworks that will enable the second phase of the ongoing energy transformation to flourish.
The news that enterprise tool Slack has valued at $7.1bn (£5.6bn) in its latest funding round demonstrates the growing demand for productivity technologies, according to a leading investment firm.
British beauty chain Superdrug has advised customers of a possible breach of personal data.
London College of Communication has announced the launch of a new virtual reality degree range in response to growing demand within the creative industries.
Elon Musk’s cult car company has built a strong lead in the emerging luxury electric vehicles (EV) market.
This week a mining operator based in Australia sat down at a control station and began remotely operating mining equipment in the city of Sudbury in Ontario, Canada.
We are less than two decades away from peak car, where sales of passenger vehicles will reach their all-time high before car ownership begins to decline.
Regional accents could decline with the growth of voice-activated technology as more people alter their speech to be understood by personal digital assistants and other voice-controlled products.