The introduction of Google Glass in 2013 launched a new wave of smart glasses hype.
The G20 Leaders' Summit will be held virtually this year, with the theme of "realising opportunities of the 21st century for all".
Ride-hailing giant Uber has regained its licence to operate in London after the company successfully appealed against Transport for London (TfL).
There has been a small but meaningful trickle of news on private wireless (cellular) network deployments over the last couple of years.
Fintech startup Acin has today announced that it has raised $12m in Series A funding to further expand its digitising efforts for non-financial and operational risk.
The body responsible for developing the standards governing 5G technology has signaled that its inability to meet in person is causing a slowdown in developing new technical standards.
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Amazon has unveiled the latest in its suite of smart home security devices: the Always Home Cam security drone.
OrionStar, a subsidiary of Chinese tech company Cheetah Mobile, has launched a humanoid robot coffee maker that could play a role in the Covid-era hospitality industry.
Seattle-based giant Amazon is late to join the cloud gaming market after Google service is up and running, and Microsoft Xbox cloud service is already available in Beta version.
Smart glasses are internet-connected devices, and therefore, pose a threat to privacy to both wearers and those around them.
The passion economy, in which people monetise their skills and hobbies to earn income, is worth more than $38bn globally according to new research.
Conventional planners make a prediction and base a plan it, but scenario planners make no predictions.
Today the long-awaited NHS Covid-19 contact tracing app has been launched in England and Wales.
Adam Hunt is the CTO of RiskIQ, a cybersecurity company that specialises in attack surface intelligence.
Software company BlackBerry has reported a much-needed earnings and revenue beat in its Q2 results.
Mathematician Hannah Fry believes that the UK should have handled the Covid-19 pandemic "easily" through the better use of data.
Just under half (49%) of UK data leaders have said their organisation’s data is disproportionately weighted to specific ethnic demographics, increasing the risk that their artificial intelligence systems contain ethnic bias.
The enterprise market for smart glasses will be more lucrative than the consumer market over the next decade.
An organisation is only as strong as its cyber defences.
New drone legislation from the UK government will give police additional powers when it comes to unmanned aircraft.
Database giant Oracle has secured a contract with the Ministry of Defence (MoD) to provide cloud infrastructure for processing and storing sensitive defence data.
The smart glasses market was worth $374m in 2019.
Computer vision startup NtechLab has raised $15m in funding from two international funds to develop its facial recognition product range and expand into new markets.
With the recent influx in remote working, it is not surprising that workplace collaboration tools have experienced a surge in popularity over the past year.
Customer relationship management giant Salesforce has launched a suite of new software tools to aid sales teams while remote working.
Amazon has released further details about Amazon Sidewalk, its new crowd-sourced wireless network designed for smart devices outside of the home.