The UK’s energy regulator Ofgem has given the green light to a trial of up to 3,000 commercial electric vehicles (EVs) to begin in 2019, as part of the biggest push yet to prepare the country for the EV revolution.
Businesses around the world are now spending more on digital and technology assets than on traditional mergers and acquisitions, a comprehensive report by leading global law firm Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer has found.
The FBI, Google and a host of cybersecurity companies have combined to take down a botnet ad fraud operation that made nearly $30m in illegal online advertisement activities.
Dutch space startup Hiber is set to launch the first of its nanosatellites into orbit today as part of its mission to provide the entire planet with internet access.
The first details of Facebook documents seized by the UK Parliament have revealed that entities with Russian IP addresses pulled “over three billion data points a day” through a Pinterest application programming interface (API).
A study has found that artificial intelligence (AI) is well-placed to be used in synthetic biology to automatically design new DNA sequences with specific desirable qualities.
Yesterday marked six months since Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation came into force.
Half a second is a long time in Formula 1.
The North East Satellite Applications Centre of Excellence yesterday launched the SAINTS programme to allow businesses, academia and the public sector to collaboratively gain insight from satellite and Earth-based data.
Lincolnshire Police force is adopting the cloud for its new digital control room, which it hopes will free officers up to spend more time on the beat.
The identity of tessa88, the hacker who sold databases stolen in some of the biggest data thefts in US history from companies including LinkedIn, Facebook and DropBox, has been revealed as a named Russian national by cybersecurity company Recorded Future.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has branded Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit withdrawal agreement a “blindfold Brexit” and reaffirmed that Labour will vote against it in the House of Commons.
Theresa May has doubled down on her draft Brexit deal, reaffirming that it fulfils the promises of the referendum and provides the “certainty that businesses need”.
UK data watchdog the Information Commissioner’s Office has found that the Metropolitan Police Service’s Gangs Matrix system breached data protection laws.
Theresa May has agreed a draft Brexit deal with the European Union, but now faces the next hurdle of getting it through a vote in Parliament.
UK startup Signoi has launched a platform that can analyse large amounts of unstructured data and turn it into human insight for businesses.
Brexit threatens London’s position as the data capital of Europe, according to a report unveiled at UK data conference Big Data LDN.
The UK tech sector continues to attract migrant workers despite Brexit uncertainty, according to figures released by leading recruitment site Indeed.
Most of us have received a scam email at some point in our lives.
Cybersecurity experts have reacted to the recent HSBC data breach, warning that consumer trust is “becoming more fragile”.
Tesla has confirmed that Robyn Denholm is replacing Elon Musk as chair of Tesla’s board after he was forced to step down by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) in October.
Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair has said he “will do everything” he can to stop Brexit, and that he backs a second referendum.
The European Commissioner for Competition Margrethe Vestager has told technology companies that the “time is over” for them to escape rules in the digital world that apply in the offline world.
Samsung is widely expected to unveil its foldable phone tomorrow at the Samsung Developer Conference in San Francisco.
The UK’s data protection watchdog the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has released the findings of its investigation into the use of data analytics for political purposes, revealing the unlawful use of data by various groups during the Brexit referendum.
Off the coast of Orkney, a white cylinder containing 27.6 petabytes of computing storage rests on the seabed.
From TrumpCoin to Whoppercoin, the cryptocurrency world has its fair share of gimmicks.
Cyberattackers are increasingly targeting energy and utilities companies through their enterprise IT networks, according to a report released today by cybersecurity company Vectra.