Swedish e-scooter operator Voi will be rolling hundreds of its battery-powered scooters and bikes out on Cambridge roads as part of the UK’s e-scooter trials.
Some 400 of the largest US companies are at risk of their email domain being hijacked by scammers because they have not implemented DMARC authentication, according to cybersecurity firm Agari.
Streaming service Disney+ now has 60.5 million subscribers worldwide as it continues to make ground on rival Netflix.
Electronics and entertainment firm Sony reported operating income of 228.4bn yen ($2.15bn) in its Q1 results, a 1.1% decline from the year-ago period.
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Amazon has reported revenue of $88.9bn in its Q2 results, obliterating Wall Street expectations and cementing its pandemic dominance.
Mathias Golombek is the CTO of Exasol, an analytics database management software company headquartered in Germany.
For five hours on Wednesday, the four Big Tech CEOs of the world's most powerful companies faced a grilling from US lawmakers in Washington, in an unprecedented hearing over alleged anti-competitive practices at their companies.
Cyberattacks that leverage compromised company credentials such as email addresses and passwords cost businesses an average of $4.77m per data breach – nearly $1m more than the global average.
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Kalyan Kumar is the chief technology officer (CTO) and CVP of HCL Technologies, an Indian multinational IT services and consultancy company.
Free market “failure” led to Chinese technology firm Huawei becoming the leading 5G player, a policy expert has told the UK’s Science and Technology Committee.
The UK’s Huawei Cyber Security Evaluation Centre (HCSEC) faces “challenges” because of US sanctions on 5G equipment, culture secretary Oliver Dowden has said.
Three European e-scooter firms looking to roll out rental scooters on Britain’s roads have committed to sustainability standards that include never demolishing an e-scooter and not relying on gig workers to maintain the fleet.
Tech giant IBM reported mixed Q2 results in a quarter when the coronavirus pandemic was at its peak, with revenue standing at $18.12bn – down 5.4% year-on-year.
The Department of Health has conceded that it launched the UK’s coronavirus test and trace programme without submitting a data protection impact assessment (DPIA) – a requirement under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
Japanese conglomerate SoftBank has chosen Swedish telecoms firm Ericsson to provide 5G equipment for its standalone 5G network.
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Netflix added more than 10 million paying subscribers and posted revenue of $6.15bn for the second quarter of 2020.
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Dr Richard Price is the chief technology officer (CTO) of PragmatIC, a provider of ultra-low-cost flexible electronics.
Representatives from micromobility firms have asked the UK government for e-scooters to be put on a level playing field with e-bikes when it comes to requiring a driving licence and motor insurance.
Six months after giving Huawei the green light to continue operating in the UK’s telecommunications network, the government has made a screeching U-turn and banned all new Huawei 5G technology from 2021.
The government has banned Chinese technology firm Huawei from providing telecommunications equipment to the UK’s mobile 5G network from the start of 2021.
Security researchers have uncovered a fake mobile chat app that steals phone data and has ties to a long-running cyber espionage campaign in the Middle East.
The chief executive of BT has said that it will be “impossible” to strip out Huawei equipment from the UK’s telecommunications network by 2030 and warned that a rushed reduction of the Chinese firm’s involvement could lead to “outages”.
The economic fallout of the coronavirus pandemic means global IT spending is projected to slump by 7.3% compared with 2019, according to research firm Gartner.
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Cybercriminals are known to adapt their scams to take advantage of the latest crisis and the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic has been no different.