SpaceChain today reported it has completed the first Qtum – a hybrid Bitcoin and Ethereum blockchain platform – transaction in space.
With killer robots, data breaches and surveillance, technology can often get a bad rep.
Cloud content management company Box has launched a UK content storage zone to ensure organisations can meet data regulations post-Brexit.
IT giant IBM and tech firm MineHub Technologies have partnered to use blockchain technology to track high-value minerals across the supply chain.
The Ethereum hard fork will be a major driver of the cryptocurrency’s continuing rally, according to one blockchain expert.
Robot designers will soon be able to buy and sell robot prototypes and parts for cryptocurrency on the blockchain-based platform Makerverse.
The far side of the Moon is not an easy place to land a spacecraft.
Robotic process automation (RPA) continues to see robust adoption among medium-sized businesses in the US, according to a survey by RPA provider Softomotive.
As the UK government and UK airports reflect on last months Gatwick drone disruption, drone experts have reiterated that anti-drone technology, not new drone laws, is the solution to preventing a similar incident.
IBM has announced a highly advanced weather forecasting system that can provide hourly weather updates to the entire planet for areas as small as 3 square kilometres.
Late on Saturday evening, major cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase detected an attack on the Etheruem Classic blockchain.
Scientists are trying to create genetically modified spicy tomatoes in the hope of mass-producing the spice molecule found in chilli peppers – something that could, in turn, lead to cheaper over the counter pain relief.
German automotive manufacturing giant Continental AG has unveiled its solution to autonomously deliver packages to your front door: robot delivery dogs.
Virtual personal assistants (VPAs) such as Siri and Alexa are expected to proliferate vehicles over the next five years, with markets analytics company IHS Markit forecasting some 700 million software platforms to be in cars by 2024.
Nanosatellite startup Astrocast has announced three new pilot companies that will utilise its network of IoT cubesats.
On Christmas eve 1968, 50 years ago today, humans orbited the Moon for the first time in history.
The UK’s Court of Appeal has ruled that Uber drivers are “workers” and therefore entitled to the minimum wage and holiday pay.
Hackers have intercepted more than a thousand confidential European Union communications over the past three years, the New York Times has reported.
Accountancy firms face an overhaul to the way they conduct audits under proposals by the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA), the UK’s competition watchdog.
It’s not often that football and cybersecurity are mentioned in the same sentence. But with endless streams of data being collected by teams to inform their strategies both on and off the pitch, a cybersecurity incident could be catastrophic.
A professional golf long driver appears to have had has his Twitter account hacked to spread the latest Elon Musk bitcoin scam.
Yesterday Richard Branson’s Virgin Galactic test flight successfully flew to the edge of space, marking a major milestone in the commercial space race.
GPU maker NVIDIA has released the Jetson AGX Xavier module, bringing powerful computing to AI machines such as manufacturing robots, autonomous cars and handheld DNA sequencers.
There are 106 days until the UK leaves the European Union on the 29 March 2019.
Kanye West topped the list of ‘worst password offenders 2018’ for revealing his phone password to the world live on TV during his White House meeting with Donald Trump.
Theresa May faces a no-confidence vote from the Conservative party after the 1922 Committee received the 48 letters necessary to trigger a vote in her leadership.
Research carried out by cybersecurity firm Duo Security have found more proof that Twitter bots are being used to inflate the popularity of content, finding evidence for 7,000 potential Twitter amplification bots in just 24 hours.
In the year after the Brexit referendum consumers paid an average of £75 more for gas and electricity, an overall increase of £2bn.
The seemingly endless data breaches of 2018 have taken its toll on consumers, with almost a third (32.3%) stating that they would not let any company use any of their personal data.