From wartime walkie-talkies to the first words on the moon, Motorola has facilitated communication through much of the 20th century and into the 21st.
Uber Eats has partnered with hospitality company Flyt to integrate food delivery into the day-to-day operations of restaurants and speed up delivery times.
The retail industry is the most at risk to cyber threats, according to research by cyber rating company SecurityScorecard.
The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has fined credit rating agency Equifax £500,000 for failing to protect the personal data of up to 15m UK customers compromised during a cyber attack in 2017.
The Foundation for Responsible Robotics (FRR) has announced it will be launching a quality mark for robotics and artificial intelligence to promote transparency and trust in AI products.
Amazon is now consumers’ third favourite choice for entertainment, showing the increasing ability of the e-commerce giant to break into markets beyond retail.
New research suggests that artificial intelligence (AI) technology is making the workplace more human, despite fears that AI will lead to widespread job losses.
Zimbabwe could be the latest country to establish its own cryptocurrency.
Farming in the UK is facing an uncertain time.
Predictions about the impact of artificial intelligence (AI) on the future of work have ranged from widespread job displacement to booming job creation.
Researchers at the Carnegie Mellon University, US, have developed an automated process for transforming the content of one video into another more accurately.
Orbiting 36,000km miles above the Earth, over a dozen NASA satellites beam back more than 12 terabytes of data every day.
A study has found that the majority of global business leaders believe AI will diversify human thinking rather than replace it.
Amazon has become the second publicly traded company to hit a $1tn market cap after its shares rose nearly 2% to a high of $2,050.50.
It is difficult to imagine a world without Google.
Failing to ban so-called killer robots poses a “real danger to humanity”, says professor of artificial intelligence (AI) and robotics Noel Sharkey.
One of the first commercially available Apple computers will go to auction in September.
The UK government has advised businesses to consider employing the services of a customs broker in the event of a ‘no deal’ scenario, in the first batch of its Brexit technical notices.
Facebook has confirmed that it now ranks some of its users on a trustworthiness scale, prompting comparisons to China’s Social Credit System.
Virtual reality tours, augmented reality board games and hologram clothes shopping are just some of the things travellers should expect in the airport lounge of the future.
Engineers have developed a lensless camera that could turn any pane of glass into a camera.
In 221 days Britain will leave the European Union.
Augmented reality (AR) is expected to be worth $60.55bn by 2023, according to data published by MarketsandMarkets.
A 3D printed reef assembled like a giant Lego set is hoped to offer a technology-driven solution to the ocean’s declining coral population.
A leading cybersecurity expert has called for clarity from the Trump administration after it reportedly abolished an Obama-era directive that restricted when the US government can deploy cyber weapons against adversaries.
The mean pay of FTSE 100 CEOs increased by 23% between 2016 and 2017, according to research conducted by the CIPD and the High Pay Centre.
Since Tesla CEO Elon Musk announced that he would take the luxury electric car maker private, there has been much speculation as to where that funding has come from and if he really has it.
Employees that are checking work emails after hours could be harming their families’ health and well-being as well as their own, according to new research.
Smart city security flaws discovered by IBM Security are putting populations at risk to “supervillain” hackers who could manufacturer disasters at the touch of a button.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk announced on Twitter – as he is prone to do – that he plans to take the electric car maker private at $420 a share.