“Few people in the world know better than I do what it’s like to have your life’s work threatened by a machine,” says Garry Kasparov.
The recommendation by the UK National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) not to ban Huawei 5G technology in the UK over security concerns has been welcomed by a former senior British intelligence officer.
Laura Cahill is caring, trusting and looking for love.
The traditional manufacturing market is worth $12tn, and HP is betting that 3D printing will take a big slice of that lucrative pie.
People are more likely to program an autonomous vehicle to behave cooperatively with other cars than if they were driving themselves, a US study suggests.
UK telecommunications firm Vodafone has announced the winners of its inaugural Techstarter Awards, recognising eight startup organisations that are using technology for good.
Amazon founder Jeff Bezos has accused the owner of US gossip magazine the National Enquirer of blackmail and extortion for threatening to publish “intimate photographs” of him and his lover.
Cataract patients can experience post-surgery vision before the procedure takes place, thanks to a visual simulator developed at the Visual Optics and Biophotonics Laboratory, Spain.
Once Canada’s largest cryptocurrency exchange, QuadrigaCX is now at the centre one of the biggest – and perhaps most bizarre – scandals to hit the blockchain industry.
The EU has recalled a smartwatch over concerns that a security flaw could let a malicious user locate children wearing the watch, highlighting the danger of manufacturers rushing internet-connected devices to market without paying due diligence to IoT security.
Information technology giant IBM has a novel approach to improving an organisation’s response to a cyberattack: a state-of-the-art cyber watch floor located in an 18-wheel truck.
During the Super Bowl Halftime Show last night 150 glowing, synchronised drones floated over the playing field as Maroon 5 performed ‘She Will Be Loved’.
Businesses are always searching for new ways of boosting productivity by working smarter, not harder.
UK data watchdog the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has fined pro-Brexit campaign group Leave.EU and associated insurance company Eldon Insurance a combined £120,000 for breaching data protection laws during the Brexit referendum.
Researchers from RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia have developed a set of algorithms they claim can master an Atari video game 10 times faster than current leader in the field, Google-owned AI firm DeepMind.
Despite widespread security concerns, the 35-day government shutdown – the longest in US history – had a “minimal” impact on federal cybersecurity and in some areas may have even resulted in improvements, according to IT risk management firm SecurityScorecard.
Data intelligence startup Mimiro has raised $30m for its machine learning platform that analyses the risk of an organisation having ties to financial crimes such as terrorist funding, money laundering and fraud.
As the self-driving car revolution chugs along, it appears that the British public isn’t quite ready to take things into second gear.
US sportswear maker Under Armour will be clothing Virgin Galactic’s future space tourists and astronauts, the two companies announced today.
There’s a new ransomware family on the block that’s targeting gamers.
The British Standards Institution (BSI) has revealed its top three 2019 cybersecurity trends.
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.