Few people know more about the threat of cyber terrorism than Malcolm Taylor.
Blockchain technology has potential benefits for swathes of industries, but there is an issue: scalability.
“Nobody knows more about technology than me,” President of the United States Donald Trump told Fox News last year.
It’s been nearly three years since the UK voted to leave the European Union.
Cyberattackers have compromised a Pakistani Government website, allowing them to log the keystrokes of visitors entering sensitive information into a passport application site.
It’s likely that you’ve heard the term ‘open banking’ in recent months.
Researchers have found evidence of far-right Twitter accounts using suspicious means such as bots to amplify pro-Brexit content, with a “significant” number originating from outside of the UK.
This is set to be a pivotal week for the UK and its departure from the European Union, not least for the tech industry, which is often hailed as a key part of the country’s post-Brexit strategy.
Today is International Women’s Day and, predictably, the Verdict inboxes have been overflowing with comments about women in tech issues.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is changing the world of business at an incredible pace, but there are some fantastic resources available to those that don’t want to get left behind.
Selected by five leading tech entrepreneurs and experts, Tech Nation has announced the ten leading startups that have won a spot on its prestigious Rising Stars programme.
With the ability to run, climb stairs and jump over hurdles, the advanced capabilities of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s four-legged Cheetah robots have been impressing and alarming audiences in equal measures.
After 15 years and many ground-breaking discoveries, NASA announced last month that it had bid farewell to its Mars Exploration Rover B Opportunity (affectionately known as “Oppy”) after it ceased communication with Earth.
If Brexit is supposed to send businesses flocking, it hasn’t happened yet.
The Academy Awards often fail to pass by without igniting some sort of controversy.
Spending on the Internet of Things is expected to reach $745bn in 2019.
With delays, long queues and paper documents to lose, air travel can be a stressful experience, and with the number of airline passengers expected to reach 8.2 billion by 2037, this is only set to get worse.
“A very prominent myth is that blockchain will trigger the demise of banks,” says Igor Pejic, author of Blockchain Babel.
The benefits of AI and wider automation on businesses are undeniably significant.
Littering our cities and clogging up our oceans, causing environmental issues and ill-health to wildlife, humanity has a serious plastic waste problem.
“Few people in the world know better than I do what it’s like to have your life’s work threatened by a machine,” says Garry Kasparov.
The JPM coin, the newly announced JP Morgan cryptocurrency, is being seen as a key step in the adoption of the technology in the mainstream banking industry, however for some in the industry it is a cause for deep concern.
Entrepreneur-led and with soaring ambitions for transforming commercial spaceflight – not to mention a name ending in -ex – Orbex has drawn inevitable comparisons to SpaceX.
Laura Cahill is caring, trusting and looking for love.
The traditional manufacturing market is worth $12tn, and HP is betting that 3D printing will take a big slice of that lucrative pie.