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.
From public lotteries to digital contracts, public sources of randomness, known as randomness beacons, are an essential cryptographic tool that is used to provide robust security for many aspects of the digital world.
There has been a boom in Exceptional Talent Visa applications as an increasing number of workers from around the world flock to the UK tech industry.
A partnership between ODEM and the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (SAIT) is giving graduating students blockchain diplomas alongside their traditional paper-based certificates.
While there are certainly technology underpinnings for the whole cloud and multicloud movement, organisations are unlikely to find success or failure behind something they buy or install.
Edge technology is paving the way for entirely new sectors that have the potential to be worth trillions in the future, according to Rohit Talwar, futurist and CEO of Fast Future.
Computer scientists from the University of California have brought technology to one of the oldest art festivals in the world with an interactive artwork collaboration.
Why did Nokia, Toys R Us and Blockbuster fail to maintain their market dominance?
There’s a wealth of Artificial Intelligence (AI) projects underway across all areas of financial services as banks explore the potential for the technology to revolutionise their business.
An SME WiFi product suite announced today by Aruba, a subsidiary of Hewlett Packard Enterprise, is making it possible for bricks-and-mortar small businesses to launch digital storefronts that allow them to add a digital element to their in-store experience.
On the heels of Uber’s IPO saga, accompanying drivers’ strike and the latest news that Amazon is investing in Deliveroo, there’s never been a better time for giving the gig economy a reboot.
As London Tech Week kicks off this week, the spotlight is on the UK’s world-renowned tech scene, with 2.1 million people now employed in the sector.
Industrial companies see 5G as one of the most important technologies for digital transformation over the next five years, ranking it above artificial intelligence (AI).
MPs have recommended that the UK introduce a new kitemark system to warn people of cybersecurity risks.
The retail landscape is in a state of metamorphosis.
To make card payments more convenient and secure, issuers are looking to integrate biometric fingerprint technology into their cards.
A breakthrough in spintronics, the science behind modern magnetic hard drives, is set to revolutionise data storage and potentially open the door to hitherto unimagined forms of computing by introducing a new dimension to how data is processed.