As many commuters will be all too aware, London is currently the most congested city in Europe, with drivers on average spending around 72 hours stuck in traffic every year.
News of the Marriott hack, which looks to be the second-largest data breach in history, has led to exasperation from the cybersecurity industry.
If you’ve ever set foot on a train at rush hour, been stuck in an inner-city traffic jam or tried negotiating the sidewalks around popular tourist traps around the globe, then you have experienced the impact of mass urbanisation.
Sir Tim Berners-Lee, the inventor of the whimsical World Wide Web, is the man responsible for tweet-bot election manipulation and Facebook data breaches.
This year brought artificial intelligence into the mainstream, showed big data in a bad light and called upon blockchain to provide a solution to all of our problems – but what does the future hold for technology?
For many, tennis may conjure up images of traditional tennis whites, manicured lawns and Pimms-drinking.
Yesterday marked six months since Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation came into force.
Half a second is a long time in Formula 1.
Although fears that automation could lead to widespread job loss are now thought to be largely unfounded, with the technology thought to instead lead to changes in the nature of jobs rather than unemployment, jobs that are centred around driving are preparing for disruption from driverless vehicles.
Often filled with drab colours and utilitarian furniture, the typical meeting room is not a space that inspires creativity.
Facebook yesterday appealed the fine imposed on it by UK data watchdog, the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO), for its role in the Cambridge Analytica scandal.
Volvo Trucks has announced a landmark deal to supply its self-driving trucks to a Norwegian mine.
After 18 months of intense negotiations, the United Kingdom and European Union struck up a Brexit deal which outlines the future relationship between the two parties following March’s deadline.
A gold-backed digital currency, Global Gold Cash, has added gold reserves with total in-ground value of $120bn with the addition of a large gold mine in Africa.
The Brexit Withdrawal Bill agreed between negotiators from the United Kingdom and European Union has not gone down well with Theresa May’s cabinet.
The odds on Theresa May resigning as Prime Minister have been slashed by bookmakers as the number of senior cabinet ministers resigning over the Brexit deal grows.
Despite fears surrounding workplace automation, a third of UK employees (34%) believe a robot would be better at decision making than their current boss.
Cybersecurity experts have reacted to the recent HSBC data breach, warning that consumer trust is “becoming more fragile”.
The European Commissioner for Competition Margrethe Vestager has told technology companies that the “time is over” for them to escape rules in the digital world that apply in the offline world.
With fully driverless cars expected to be on UK roads as soon as 2021, the move towards self-driving cars appears to be inevitable.
The UK’s data protection watchdog the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has released the findings of its investigation into the use of data analytics for political purposes, revealing the unlawful use of data by various groups during the Brexit referendum.
The creator of the World Wide Web, Tim Berners-Lee, has unveiled a “contract” to fix the web so that not only are issues including fake news and cyberwarfare are tackled, but that the half of the world not currently online can gain access.
Scammers have taken control of multiple verified Twitter accounts to impersonate Tesla CEO Elon Musk and promote a Bitcoin scam.
Put the H with the O and you get the hydrogen fuel cell-powered Hyundai Nexo, a car that cleans the air while it is being driven.
Indonesia has become the latest casualty of US President Donald Trump’s trade war with the publication of its third-quarter gross domestic product (GDP).
Today marks 30 years since the release of the Morris Worm.
Despite widespread fears surrounding election hacking, just 21 out of 50 US states have tested their election systems for cybersecurity vulnerabilities.
The brutalist high-rise Centre Point has become the latest housing victim of Brexit as developer Almacantar has decided to take the flats off the market rather than sell them at budget prices.
Scientists expect to be able to electronically record the brain signals that make memories within the next five years – and cybercriminals could use that technology to hack your brain.
The IBM Red Hat acquisition, which saw the computing giant acquire the open-source cloud provider for $34bn, has been hailed as a smart move for a company struggling to maintain appeal for developers.