The doomsday data cults were wrong.
Today marks the one-year anniversary of the implementation of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) – one of the most important changes to data privacy regulations in the last 20 years.
Facebook’s plan to launch its own cryptocurrency could see its founder Mark Zuckerberg bury the hatchet with two of his biggest enemies – the Winklevoss twins.
Google has apparently capitulated regarding plans that threatened to disrupt many smart home routines set up by owners of Nest home automation and security products.
After years of tension, the Huawei problem boiled over this month, and the US-China trade spat looked to have turned into a full-on economic war rather than just a tit-for-tat tariff joust.
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A whisky developed using artificial intelligence (AI) is demonstrating how even tasks requiring a high level of craftsmanship can be automated.
A plan by Transport for London (TfL) to collect data from the network’s Wi-Fi users about their movements across the city’s transport system has underscored the importance of mass data tracking regulation, according to a cybersecurity expert.
Video game company Epic Games has come under fire for accidentally sending the personal information of one of its users to a “random person”.
Enterprising cyber attackers driven by a money motive are setting their sights on objects that will deliver the highest returns.
Fake cryptocurrency apps that scam users out of their digital currency and steal personal details have resurfaced on the Google Play Store.
Bidding on a malware-ridden laptop has surpassed $1.2m since it was put up for auction earlier this week.
Vintage and new wines have become the latest products to go on the blockchain thanks to a project between EY and company Blockchain Wine.
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Telecommunications firm TalkTalk has been slammed by cybersecurity experts for failing to notify around 4,500 of its customers that their personal information was stolen during the 2015 TalkTalk data breach.
It was always going to be an uphill struggle for Chinese tech giant Huawei’s offshoot Honor to launch its new camera-led Honor 20 phone range, but even high-fidelity 30x zoom couldn’t help the company see the elephant in the room.
Mobile subscriptions in the Americas will reach 1.5 billion by 2023 from 1.2 billion in 2018, growing at a 4.1% compound annual growth rate over the period.
United States tech giant Microsoft has removed all references to Huawei’s flagship MateBook X Pro laptop from the Microsoft Store, suggesting that it will follow Google’s lead in cutting ties with the company.
Elon Musk’s SpaceX is about to launch the first 60 satellites of its proposed Starlink satellite internet system into orbit this month, promising to shake up not only the world of satellite communications but also the market for business connectivity services.
Delivery drones are often characterised as a key part of the future of online retail, but according to Paul Clarke, CTO of online grocery giant Ocado, they won’t be bringing goods to your door for the foreseeable future.
Flexible working practices such as flexitime and remote working are now standard in much of the working world thanks to the rise of connected technologies including cloud computing and teleconferencing.
Fancy Bear, the notorious Russian cyber espionage group behind countless cyberattacks, has improved the capabilities of Zebrocy, one of the weapons in its hacking arsenal.
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The 2016 hack of the Democratic National Committee marked a watershed moment for political voting, showing how Western elections could be swayed by the click of a mouse.
In the internet age, sponsoring a sports organisation equates to much more than having your logo in front of television viewers for 90 minutes a week.
The upcoming rollout of 5G technology and the support it will provide for the internet of things (IoT) means we are set to see a proliferation in web-connected devices, all of which will need power.
A transport modelling technology that uses artificial intelligence (AI) to simulate the movement of people and vehicles through cities is set to provide the foundation for future transport technologies such as driverless cars.
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The US is strangling China, but not with its own hands.