Finnish telecommunications company Nokia has recorded the world’s fastest 5G speeds of 4.7 Gbps, breaking the previous speed record by 0.4 Gbps.
The coronavirus pandemic has illustrated how dependent society is upon its key workers.
The travel industry has been significantly affected by the coronavirus pandemic, with British Airways cutting 12,000 jobs and Tui announcing that it is cutting 8,000 jobs worldwide.
Cesar Cerrudo is the CTO of IOActive, a security research company that approaches security from the attacker’s mindset.
Art is one of the many industries that has been particularly badly hit by the coronavirus, and for art consultancy and rental agency ARTIQ, the impact this has had on artists has been particularly concerning.
Ericsson remains optimistic about the 5G rollout despite the coronavirus pandemic and the “ludicrous” conspiracy theories that surround it.
A high-profile cyberattack has hit celebrity law firm Grubman Shire Meiselas & Sacks, which represents A-listers including Robert De Niro and Lady Gaga, with hackers threatening to expose a 746GB data cache, including personal data and contracts.
Today is a significant day in the history of cryptocurrency: the bitcoin halving.
Kowsik Guruswamy is the CTO of Menlo Security, a cloud-based isolation platform that protects organisations from cyberattacks by separating an enterprise network from the public web, while still allowing employees to access the internet.
Videoconferencing giant Zoom has today announced that it is acquiring secure messaging and file-sharing service Keybase for an undisclosed amount.
Tech giant IBM has launched new AI and 5G-centric edge computing products at its first virtual Think Digital conference, as new CEO Arvind Krishna sets out “digital transformation” that could come out of the Covid-19 pandemic.
After just six months, the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) has announced that it is shutting down its digital banking brand Bo.
Even in normal times, textbooks can be an eye-watering expense for students, but under lockdown, when libraries are closed, it is an even greater challenge.
Flying cars have long been the stuff of science fiction, but a real-world version of them known as urban air mobility (UAM) is becoming an increasingly certain part of our future.
With the events and hospitality industry currently on hold, with many uncertainties over when social distancing measures will be lifted and gatherings will be permitted once more, it is unclear what the future will bring for those in the industry.
Business and science leaders from the G20 member states have written to the G20 calling on the organisation to urgently improve digital infrastructure in response to the coronavirus pandemic, highlighting that 5G is key to future economic recovery.
One of the many industries that has been particularly impacted by the coronavirus pandemic is education, and not just in terms of schools.
A group of 173 privacy and security academics have called on the NHS to be more transparent about its coronavirus contact-tracing application, warning that not enough people will use it to make it successful if data protection concerns are not addressed.
One of the industries undoubtedly feeling the effects of the current Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic is the restaurants and hospitality industry.
When Covid-19 forced businesses such as cinemas to close, it didn’t just impact those companies.
With pubs, bars and restaurants closed for the foreseeable future due to the coronavirus, many suppliers in the drinks industry have seen a sudden loss of business, including bread-based brewer Toast Ale.
Amid the coronavirus, healthcare organisations across the world are being battered by cyberattacks at a time when they can least afford to be compromised.
In March, the Free Software Foundation held its conference, LibrePlanet 2020, as an entirely online affair, having been forced to switch to a virtual conference at just days notice due to the coronavirus.
As it battles the coronavirus, the NHS is under pressure on many fronts, not least around staffing, but automation technology by Rainbird is helping take the strain.
Today is the 50th Earth Day, an annual international event intended to raise awareness and take action on a range of environmental issues.
For many companies, the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic and the resulting need for remote working has caused serious upheaval.
With news reporting, government policy and public consciousness occupied by the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, it is not surprising that the situation has caught the attention of cybercriminals.