There is quite a bit of attention focused on big data, machine learning and artificial intelligence, with these enabling technologies having a significant impact on businesses across the globe.
Huawei has finally unveiled Harmony OS, its long-awaited alternative to Google’s Android operating system, at the Huawei Developer Conference.
Given the growing popularity of smart devices, the digitisation of the pet industry is not surprising, with this year’s CES tech show packed full of pet tech from smart feeders, cameras to allow owners to keep an eye on their pets when they leave the house, and even automated ball launchers to keep dogs occupied.
43% of UK businesses have suffered a cyber breach or attack in the last 12 months, according to research by Probrand, with high-profile hacks such as the Capital One data breach earlier this week highlighting the growing importance of robust investment in cybersecurity.
A small aircraft hacking alert issued by the Department of Homeland Security should serve as a reminder to the entire air transport industry of the importance of cybersecurity, according to experts.
Modern data-driven applications are rapidly overtaking the capabilities of legacy platforms.
Amazon’s cloud business, Amazon Web Services (AWS), has announced revenue of $8.38bn and operating income of $2.12bn in the second quarter of 2019.
On Wednesday, the world’s largest aerospace company Boeing reported its biggest ever quarterly loss, as ongoing issues facing its 737-MAX aircraft saw the company lose $2.9bn in the last quarter.
While artificial intelligence (AI) technology has the power to transform a range of sectors, US-based technology giants remain the largest investors in promising AI tech startups, according to data and analytics company GlobalData.
Education has always been considered a catalyst for improving the quality of life.
Imagine if your favourite pair of jeans could last forever, thanks to self-repairing polymer chains in the fabric.
It has been 50 years since man first walked on the Moon.
The amount of data now available to businesses, and particularly marketing professionals, is unprecedented.
It is a well-known piece of trivia that smartphones now contain greater processing power than the computers used in NASA missions to send astronauts to the Moon 50 years ago, and it is certainly true that modern smartphone now rival supercomputers of the past.
Decades of pop culture have given us an intrinsic fear that eventually artificial intelligence (AI) will rise against us.
A critical zero-day vulnerability in enterprise video conferencing provider Zoom’s Mac app has highlighted the importance of regular use of webcam covers, according to cybersecurity experts.
Engineers say they’ve created a method for making ‘smart’ glass that recognises images without the need for sensors, circuits or power.
In the past few years a slew of regulations have seen international data sharing increasingly restricted.
GDPR set a significant milestone in data regulation and now, just over one year on, it’s clear this historic set of regulations is just the tip of the iceberg.
In 2009, the average time spent on smartphone browsing was 45 minutes.
In June, multinational technology consultancy Infosys opened its Brilliant Basics experience design and innovation studio in London’s creative hub Shoreditch.
The latest Lloyds Bank Business Barometer has shown that although confidence among UK businesses has risen slightly since May, it remains below the long-term average, and according to experts, businesses are increasingly turning to automation to plug the gap.
Digital transformation, in which an organisation employs digital technology to solve traditional problems and improve efficiency, can often become a hot mess of buzzword soup.
Research published today by the Open University has found that the vast majority of companies in the UK face a technological skills gap, prompting Fujitsu’s regional HR director to call for urgent action to be taken on UK digital skills.
E-scooters will soon become a familiar sight in cities across Europe.
Scientists at Lancaster University have announced that they have invented an electronic memory device that realises the dream of universal memory – a previously hypothetical technology long considered to be revolutionary for the industry.
The number of companies undertaking digital transformation projects has surged dramatically in recent years, but according to research published today, a significant minority are failing.
The industrial internet, a market General Electric (GE) once predicted would account for $15 trillion of global GDP by 2030, is expected to redefine the way much of the global industrial economy operates.
Facebook has unveiled its plans to launch its cryptocurrency Libra, and it’s clear that the social media giant has bold ambitions.
A team of neuroscientists from the University of Glasgow have shown how the identity information stored in an individual’s brain can be used to create accurate 3D facial models.