Mobile users are being warned against a new FedEx scam in the form of convincing SMS messages appearing to be from the delivery services company.
The Metropolitan Police Service has announced it will begin using Live Facial Recognition (LFR) technology in London.
Antonio Neri, CEO of Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) has today made the case for turning the world’s unused data into a vital tool to tackle health issues and the so-called digital divide.
Hitachi Vantara this week announced that it intends to acquire Waterline Data, a company that uses machine learning to power intelligent data cataloguing.
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The outbreak of novel coronavirus in China is growing in severity with over 500 confirmed cases across six countries.
US Senator Ted Cruz has launched a podcast about the ongoing impeachment trial of President Donald Trump, but there’s a problem – he’s using the name Verdict, and that’s ours.
A well-placed malicious insider has the potential to cause more damage and at a greater speed than an external threat actor due to their knowledge of, and access to, a company’s IT environment.
Milind Borate is the co-founder and CTO of Druva, which provides data protection and management for businesses.
Facial recognition (FR) technology is under scrutiny by the EU.
Quibi is framing its release as a watershed moment in the history of video content.
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Disaster recovery – didn’t that go out with the mainframe computer?
UN human rights experts have called for an investigation into the hacking of Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos’ phone via a WhatsApp account allegedly belonging to the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia.
There’s never been a tech story like the Huawei-Trump bust-up.
Charter Communications’ decision to shutter its home-security service next month is yet another cautionary tale from the emerging smart home services segment.
Google and Alphabet CEO Sundar Pichai today reaffirmed the need to regulate artificial intelligence (AI) in a discussion at the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in Davos, Switzerland.
3 THINGS THAT WILL CHANGE THE WORLD TODAY Good morning, here’s your Wednesday morning briefing.
Sunday’s Doctor Who opened with Nikola Tesla delivering a speech to investors at his Niagara Falls hydroelectric generator in 1903, and references to his life and inventions came thick and fast throughout the episode.
A company aiming to “trigger a data ownership and control revolution” by helping people to discover what information organisations hold on them has launched in the UK.
Artificial intelligence (AI), we are told, will transform our lives.
Manufacturing will be the next industry to see significant disruption, but the successful rollout of 5G is vital to making it happen, according to Ericsson CEO Börje Ekholm.
The beleaguered Chinese technology giant Huawei does not expect to be significantly harmed from ongoing moves against it by the United States, according to founder and CEO Ren Zhengfei.
The pressure to pursue digital transformation is huge.
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The spectre of an Iranian cyberattack loomed large following the assassination of Iran’s general, Qasem Soleimani, but has so far – publicly, at least – gone unrealised.
Leading open banking startup Tink has announced that it has closed a €90m investment found that will enable it to further expand across Europe.