With killer robots, data breaches and surveillance, technology can often get a bad rep.
Drones are appearing more often on the skyline and the unmanned aerial vehicles are proving to be a greater threat as the technology improves and the commercial market for them grows.
A child born in the UK today has more than a 50% chance of living to 105.
320,000 people are homeless in the UK, says charity Shelter.
According to Walk Free Foundation, there were 46 million people worldwide enslaved in 2016.
Traditional IT providers have seen the light and are shifting their focus to new technologies supporting open source software development.
Newcomers are seizing opportunities to challenge established network providers in a sign that a new round of disruption in the next generation of cellular mobile communications is underway.
ExxonMobil has become the first energy company to join IBM to work on using quantum computing in its energy and manufacturing technologies.
If you’ve ever slammed down the receiver after a nuisance call to wonder how this company acquired your personal details, you’re not alone.
This year we’ve seen the launch of the world’s most powerful tablet, the rise (and possible fall) of bitcoin and the introduction of 5G.
Across any industry, data is an imperative.
The seemingly endless data breaches of 2018 have taken its toll on consumers, with almost a third (32.3%) stating that they would not let any company use any of their personal data.
This year brought artificial intelligence into the mainstream, showed big data in a bad light and called upon blockchain to provide a solution to all of our problems – but what does the future hold for technology?
Cloud data storage will become increasingly vital to meet business’ data storage needs over the next seven years as the global datasphere is set to increase fivefold.
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.
Brexit threatens London’s position as the data capital of Europe, according to a report unveiled at UK data conference Big Data LDN.
An inexpensive way to make products incorporating nano-scale technology has been developed by researchers.
Apple has ditched classic USB ports in favour of two USB-C / Thunderbolt ports on its new MacBook Air.
Expected to deliver $500bn in value by 2022, smart factories are now an integral part of the manufacturing industry’s fourth industrial revolution: Industry 4.0.
Amazon Web Services, a subsidiary of Amazon, has announced that it will open an infrastructure region in South Africa in the first half of 2020.
The number of fixed broadband subscribers worldwide has now passed one billion for the first time.
Speaking at Teradata Analytics Universe 2018, an annual conference held by business analytics company Teradata, business leadership expert Morten Hansen offered his views on performing in a rapidly changing business landscape.
All businesses today are undergoing some kind of digital transformation.
With frequent reports of data leaks, and an increasing awareness of user data being sold to third parties, it isn’t surprising that the importance of data privacy has entered the public consciousness. This has led to the growth of VPNs and private search engines as users are increasingly seeking ways to protect their online privacy and safety,
‘Data’ has undergone a huge makeover in recent years.
Users of SAP ERP 6.0 are on a count down.
Almost 40% of Europe-based businesses plan to adopt artificial intelligence and blockchain technology in the next two years, compared to just 20% in North America.
The advantages offered by faster mobile browsing solutions could lead to the end of the app store.
The US has topped a list of the world’s most internet addicted countries, according to price comparison website Compare the Market.
Celebrated on the second Tuesday of October, today is Ada Lovelace Day.