The BBC recently uncovered that scammers are attempting to trick us through the abuse of multilingual character sets.
As AI gathers speed, the country has a growing need for digital skills, but could selective education be the answer?
It sounds like something out of a thriller: a hacker sneaks into the hospital room of a high-profile target and installs a device on their medical equipment.
The water industry is finding benefits in virtual reality (VR) technology, in one of the latest applications for industrial VR.
In a key milestone towards introducing artificially intelligent driverless cars in London, five data-gathering cars will be driving through the Boroughs of Bromley and Croydon this year.
Despite its potential to significantly improve enterprise security, Blockchain trust is notably low among the British public.
The flexible electronics revolution has arrived with the development of a new kind of printing that enables silicon nanowires to be manufactured into flexible surfaces.
China is set to become the biggest player in facial recognition technology both as a consumer and a provider, according to research by Gen Market Insights.
Employees that are checking work emails after hours could be harming their families’ health and well-being as well as their own, according to new research.
Holiday and leisure firm Butlins has confirmed that it has been subject to a hack affecting the records of an estimated 34,000 customers.
Through the rise of artificial intelligence and the internet of things, robots are undoubtedly becoming an accepted part of everyday life.
Intelligent buildings will be a prominent part of the future of architecture, according to acclaimed architect Chris Wilkinson, founder of leading practice WilkinsonEyre.
Smart city security flaws discovered by IBM Security are putting populations at risk to “supervillain” hackers who could manufacturer disasters at the touch of a button.
Tech fans are counting down the hours until Samsung reveals the latest smartphone in its range of high-tech products at Samsung Unpacked.
Human-level intelligent machines are just a decade away, according to a leading technology expert and former rocket scientists.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk announced on Twitter – as he is prone to do – that he plans to take the electric car maker private at $420 a share.
Facebook has launched two augmented reality (AR) games on its Messenger service, further indication that the social media giant is backing the technology to become a valuable tool in its advertising arsenal.
Japanese video game developer Square Enix Holdings, famous for its Final Fantasy franchise, reported disappointing Q2 financial results, led by poor sales on its mobile gaming titles.
The Spanish Government has signed a deal to open Europe’s first Hyperloop Development Facility for Virgin Hyperloop One.
The growing demand for launches of small satellites weighing less than 500kg is expected to generate revenue of $70.1bn by 2030, according to consultancy Frost & Sullivan.
Nearly a quarter of users in the UK do not know whether they have smartphone security installed.
A cyberattack honeypot set up by cybersecurity company Cybereason has unearthed insights into the methods and behaviours of hackers looking to gain control of national power grids.
Unless you’re involved in mobile game development, you probably won’t have heard of AppLovin.
A blockchain music platform that is designed to take on both streaming and the wider music industry has been announced.
NASA has unveiled details of its first manned commercial trips to the International Space Station (ISS), reflecting growing support for commercial space travel.
Russian cybersecurity company Kaspersky has unearthed a vast spear-phishing campaign targeting industrial, manufacturing and oil and gas companies.
Step inside the factory of the future and what do you expect to see?
Online estate agent Purplebricks’ share price has fallen 31% since the start of the year, amid a slumping housing supply and expensive expansions into US and Australian markets.
Social news aggregation site Reddit has reported that hackers managed to access a database containing users’ email addresses and hashed passwords.
From prosthetic legs to cars, 3D printing is a manufacturing game-changer.