The number of UK organisations paying ransomware demands from supply chain attacks has doubled in the past year, according to a report published by cybersecurity firm CrowdStrike.
Just as the market for AI platforms is heating up, so is competition in the AI chip space.
Jobseekers looking for roles in the tech industry are increasingly looking in mainland Europe, while searches in the UK are declining, according to data published today by job site Indeed.
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The Labour Party has published its 2019 manifesto, outlining the party’s policies ahead of the general election.
The role of digital workers within organisations is expected to increase by 50% over the next two years as companies wake up to their benefits.
The newly released Labour manifesto sees Jeremy Corbyn’s party promise a clampdown on cybersecurity incidents by overhauling how the UK handles the issue.
The companies that make and sell employment algorithms now commonly used in hiring processes have been criticised by researchers for a lack of transparency and consistency.
Verdict lists the top tweeted terms in telecom in the third quarter of 2019, based on data from GlobalData’s Influencer Platform.
Technology has disrupted the banking and finance industries in ways previous generations could never have foreseen.
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GlobalData research has found the top fintech influencers based on their performance and engagement online.
Earlier this month the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office posted a warning about a USB charging scam known as ‘juice jacking’.
A 3D body scanning solution that builds a 3D body model from just two smartphone photographs has been launched today, providing retailers with a tool to enhance customer experiences and reduce returns.
AI has started to feel like an old conversation.
Verizon-owned prepaid wireless service Visible is largely invisible to the US mass market, but that may change if its latest quirky marketing efforts and low prices grab the imagination of the digital natives it is courting.
Vodafone Business has announced that it has signed a seven-year agreement with Ryanair to provide communications technology solutions across the low-cost airline’s infrastructure.
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The Twitter account of Leave.EU co-founder Arron Banks has been suspended following a hack that exposed the personal messages of the Brexit financier.
Films like Minority Report used to be firmly the stuff of an abstract sci-fi future.
Observers have long suspected that youngster’s smartphones might be rotting their brains, but a new survey points to a more sinister evil: mobile applications may be contributing to global warming far more than previously understood.
Wearable continuous glucose monitors could help elderly people with memory problems better manage diabetes, according to a study from the University of East Anglia.
Women in tech are being paid £3,000 per year less than men on average in the UK, according to research conducted by job marketplace Hired.
The world of robotic process automation, or RPA, is exploding, with numerous industries finding new ways to automate repetitive or mundane aspects of their business.
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Motorola has jumped on the folding phone bandwagon with its new generation Razr.
Signify, formerly Philips Lighting, has confirmed today that it has introduced its underwater lighting solutions for fish farms into the South American market, partnering with Australis Seafoods in Chile after several years of development, as the main provider of aquaculture LED lighting for its salmon fisheries.
Fixed broadband lines in Argentina will grow from 8.4 million in 2019 to 9.9 million by year-end 2024 led by operator investment in fixed infrastructure to respond to the growing demand for high-speed data services on fixed lines among residential and business customers.
The UK Jurisdiction Taskforce has today confirmed the legal status of cryptoassets and smart contracts in a landmark statement.