Criminal investigations usually attempt to establish means, motive and opportunity.
Microsoft has taken down a huge facial recognition database containing more than 10 million images of around 100,000 people, raising questions as to whether the technology giant breached data protection laws such as the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
Imagine knowing a person’s intention to buy a product with more than 80% accuracy, solely from the emotion in their voice. That is the promise of Behavioral Signals, an artificial intelligence (AI) startup based in Los Angeles, US.
Industrial companies see 5G as one of the most important technologies for digital transformation over the next five years, ranking it above artificial intelligence (AI).
Donald Trump is grabbing the UK by its 5G infrastructure with no intention of letting go – no matter who is prime minister.
When Chinese scientist Jiankui He genetically modified twin babies in an attempt to make them immune to HIV last November, he earned worldwide condemnation from the scientific community.
There’s big business in selling essays to students with deep pockets.
They say that everyone has a price.
The smorgasbord of mortgage deal documents exposed in the First American data leak is a potential feast for scammers carrying out escrow fraud to rob homebuyers of their cash.
The doomsday data cults were wrong.
Facebook’s plan to launch its own cryptocurrency could see its founder Mark Zuckerberg bury the hatchet with two of his biggest enemies – the Winklevoss twins.
Fake cryptocurrency apps that scam users out of their digital currency and steal personal details have resurfaced on the Google Play Store.
Telecommunications firm TalkTalk has been slammed by cybersecurity experts for failing to notify around 4,500 of its customers that their personal information was stolen during the 2015 TalkTalk data breach.
Fancy Bear, the notorious Russian cyber espionage group behind countless cyberattacks, has improved the capabilities of Zebrocy, one of the weapons in its hacking arsenal.
The 2016 hack of the Democratic National Committee marked a watershed moment for political voting, showing how Western elections could be swayed by the click of a mouse.
The US is strangling China, but not with its own hands.
A fleet of miniature autonomous cars has shown how driverless cars improve traffic flow by at least 35% when programmed to work together.
Two years ago the WannaCry ransomware attack crippled organisations around the world.
Accounting firm EY France has chosen encrypted messaging platform Wire to provide secure communications for its employees and trusted third parties.
Scientists at the University of Washington have created a smartphone app that can detect ear infections using nothing more than a piece of paper and the phone’s microphone and speaker.
For all the hype that has come with cryptocurrencies in the past ten years, they have struggled to be used for what they were primarily designed for: buying things.
A vulnerability in Intel chips could allow attackers to steal any data recently accessed by the computer processing unit (CPU).
From ordering a ride home on Uber to buying dinner on Deliveroo, apps play a central part in many of our daily lives.
More than 114 million smart speakers sit in homes around the world, listening out for the wake word to start processing your voice command.
It’s two years since WannaCry crippled organisations around the world and the ransomware is in sharp decline.
A machine learning algorithm has predicted heart attacks and death from heart disease with 90% accuracy, overtaking human practitioners.
The automation revolution means jobs of the future will require “human sensibilities” such as creativity and personal relationships, work and pensions secretary Amber Rudd has said.
An eight-year study has revealed the benefits of continuous health monitoring – even when a person shows no signs of illness – suggesting a major paradigm shift is needed in healthcare.