With global smartphone sales failing to grow for the first time, partially due to a slowdown in innovation, smartphone manufacturers are looking to new technologies to attract customers.
Despite stories of stories about sat navs sending drivers onto train tracks, in rivers, or hundreds of miles from their destination, the vast majority of young people would feel lost without their satnavs, according to a new survey by Leasing Options.
Alexa is listening for your commands, and so, reportedly are thousands of Amazon staff and contractors who are amassing speech data to improve the smart speaker’s responsiveness. This latest news about Alexa’s human assistants has raised by Alexa privacy concerns.
The ongoing Brexit delays are generating considerable uncertainty for UK businesses, which is leading many to hold off on investing in technology while the future economic environment remains unclear.
Google parent Alphabet, Amazon, Chinese mobile giant Xiaomi and Apple are the four companies most likely to succeed in the consumer electronics sector, according to exclusive theme-based analysis.
A lack of confidence in their qualifications and technical ability is a major barrier to women entering the technology industry.
It’s no secret that artificial intelligence (AI) is becoming increasingly valuable across all industries.
Proactivity is now seen by security teams as a viable solution to the challenge of defending enterprises against the ever-growing threat landscape.
Never before have we had a workforce that consists of so many different types of people.
Attacks using the LockerGoga ransomware may not be as widespread as Wannacry, which exposed the poor cybersecurity practices of the masses in May 2017, but the highly-targeted malware is proving just as costly for the industrial giants that are being targeted.
Today is IoT Day, where the tech industry takes stock of the state of the Internet of Things (IoT).
Artificial intelligence is impacting almost every area of daily life, with applications in sectors such as healthcare, energy consumption, cars safety, farming, climate change, financial risk management and numerous others.
In the field of artificial intelligence, there are two main approaches to training a programme: symbolic AI, which uses visual symbols, and connectionism, which uses connected information to form artificial neural networks.
Abu Dhabi is investing up to 1 billion Emirati Dirham, AED, ($272 million) in Hub71, a programme that offers fully subsidised housing, office space and health insurance for technology startups.
Germany is going its own way on important technology regulation issues, encouraging early technology adoption, protecting data and preserving infrastructure competition.
Data-driven initiatives are making it easier for 91% of public sector employees to do their job, yet security fears continue to hold many organisations back.
In a year of 5G firsts, Birmingham New Street has become the first train station in the UK to trial 5G.
The UK government has released a new edtech strategy to use education technology to “reduce teacher workload, boost student outcomes and help level the playing field for those with special needs and disabilities”.
Cybersecurity company SonicWall has detected fresh attempts by cybercriminals to trick businesses into downloading malicious files by embedding the Golroted malware strain into seemingly harmless Microsoft Office documents.
The sustainable cities of the future will feature ultra-efficient infrastructure that is driven by real-time data, but the vast majority of urban areas have considerable work to do to make this a reality.
Bahrain’s Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA) expects to finalise by mid-April the licensing and spectrum allocation for the country’s 5G radio network.
The news of an Iran cyberattack on key UK infrastructure before Christmas has failed to surprise cybersecurity experts, who see it as further evidence of the online world becoming the attack vector of choice for hostile nation states.
Scientists have shown how nanomaterials can be added to plants, creating the possibility of giving them useful abilities such as detecting explosive chemicals or harvesting light more efficiently.
The $3.1bn acquisition of Dubai-based ride-hailing firm Careem by its US rival Uber Technologies is viewed as a major victory not only for the six-year-old startup but also for the Middle East’s entire nascent technology industry.
Bitcoin is back, according to one financial expert, after a Bitcoin price rise on Tuesday saw the cryptocurrency hit its highest levels since last November.
While a recently discovered flaw in software pre-installed to Huawei’s Matebook laptops might not have been intentionally added with malicious intent, the Chinese technology company still poses a threat, a cybersecurity expert has insisted.
An unorthodox new ransomware known as vxCrypter has been discovered that not only encrypts and holds a user’s files to ransom, but also tidies up their file system in the process.
Several US airlines have been unable to fly after an IT failure grounded flights at airports around the country earlier today.
It’s April Fools’ Day, which means scores of companies are promoting joke products in the hope of tricking both journalists and consumers into believing their ridiculous ideas are a reality.
Usechain, the world’s first mirror identity blockchain, hopes to become the first public blockchain to ensure privacy while maintaining regulatory compliance.