Radisson Hotel Group has confirmed a data breach that exposed the personal details of “small percentage” of its Radisson Reward member’s scheme.
UK businesses are underprepared for the disruptive impact of AI and are at risk of being left behind by overseas competition, according to a major report by Microsoft.
Scientists expect to be able to electronically record the brain signals that make memories within the next five years – and cybercriminals could use that technology to hack your brain.
More than half of UK consumers are ready to pay for items using biometric payment cards, according to research by digital security provider Gemalto.
Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond has announced that the UK will introduce a Digital Services Tax aimed at ensuring tech giants such as Google and Facebook pay their fair share.
Nanosatellite deployer Sky and Space Global (SAS) is a step closer to launching its network of commercial telecommunication nanosatellites after completing a Critical Design Review.
The problem surrounding the Irish border continues to hold up Brexit negotiations as the UK lumbers towards a disorderly exit from the European Union.
North Korean operatives have been linked to a cryptocurrency scam that raised money for the Kim Jong-un regime.
Security hardware and software maker Rambus has launched Vaultify Trade, a platform that offers “bank-grade” protection to cryptocurrency and blockchain assets.
Customers eating at UK restaurant chain Byron will now be able to pay their bill using a Facebook Messenger payment bot.
A partnership between a banking consortium and technology companies is set to launch a blockchain and digital currency initiative in Africa.
Recently opened Twisted Bar is taking a novel approach to its cocktail menu.
Scientists have shown that a hormone that encourages symbiosis between plants and fungi could encourage higher crop yields during space farming.
UK supermarkets could soon use facial recognition age verification when purchasing age-restricted items such as alcohol and cigarettes at self-service checkouts.
Cybersecurity professional salary has increased by 6% in just one year, double the UK national average of 2.9%.
The UK government has launched a voluntary Code of Practice for internet-connected devices.
One of the major sticking points in the UK’s withdrawal negotiations with the EU is the so-called Irish backstop.
With Oktoberfest over, thousands of artificial intelligence (AI) experts and business leaders descended on Munich for NIVIDIA’s GPU technology conference.
Moore’s Law is dead and we’re in the “era of the automation of automation”, says NVIDIA CEO and founder Jensen Huang.
Volvo will integrate NVIDIA’s DRIVE AGX Xavier computer to power its next-generation of autonomous vehicles, according to an announcement made today by NVIDIA.
The advantages offered by faster mobile browsing solutions could lead to the end of the app store.
Dubai citizens and residents will soon be able to make everyday payments using a digital currency.
The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has issued Heathrow Airport with a £120,000 fine for failing to protect personal data after a member of the public found a USB stick lost by an employee in October last year.
Tesla is delaying its Autopilot drive for navigation in its version 9 software update, Telsa CEO Elon Musk has said in a tweet.
Alphabet-owned Jigsaw has released Intra, an app designed to bypass blocks on sites imposed by repressive governments.
Mobile broker Pelican today announced its latest funding round as it continues to tempt cautious millennial investors into the stock market with its social trading app.
Local bank branch and ATM closures will have the most impact on lower-income families, as the UK moves towards a cashless society.
Companies are “highly unlikely” to be hit with a full GDPR fine for software bugs that are exploited by hackers, says data protection expert Tom Martin.
Hyperloop Transportation Technologies (HTT) has revealed the world’s first full-scale passenger Hyperloop capsule, signalling a key milestone in the race for the world’s first commercial Hyperloop track.
Scientists have genetically modified groundcherries to make them more suited for large-scale farming.