The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has issued Heathrow Airport with a £120,000 fine for failing to protect personal data after a member of the public found a USB stick lost by an employee in October last year.
Talk of 5G has been around for so long that it already feels like an old technology event even though it isn’t commercially available yet.
Experts from the UK government and the City have warned that another financial crisis will happen and is just a question of when and how bad it will be.
Known for inexpensive flat-pack home furnishings, IKEA’s forays into the tech world have, until recently, been limited.
Goldman Sachs UK has ramped up its efforts to transition from Wall Street to the High Street.
Half of all millionaire CEOs are self-made according to a study of those that hold the ‘chief executive’ job title.
US tech giants told Congress that they would support a federal data privacy law to protect consumer data, as long as it didn’t stifle creativity and innovation.
Did you know that Google was originally called Backrub or that Yahoo had the opportunity to acquire its technology and turned it down?
European tech companies including Spotify and Deezer have signed a letter to EU ministers calling for proposed regulations to go further to prevent unfair business practices by tech giants.
Earlier this week, Snapchat announced that it is testing Visual Search, “a new way to search for products on Amazon right from the Snapchat camera”.
The world’s first professor of blockchain teaches at Birmingham City University and he has a new theory for using the technology to further social values like love and hope.
As one of the fastest growing modern food trends in the foodservice industry, overnight dining, or night owl dining as it’s otherwise known, accounts for 83% of the UK’s out-of-home dining’s (OOH) overall growth.
From wartime walkie-talkies to the first words on the moon, Motorola has facilitated communication through much of the 20th century and into the 21st.
Good morning, here’s your Monday morning briefing to set you up for the day ahead.
Ten years on if you are wondering will there be another Lehman Brothers corporate collapse, the likely answer is no, but the same can’t be said for a potential financial crisis.
Pundits and consumers had high expectations of the annual Apple Keynote, speculating what the team at Apple would bring us, from upgraded cameras, to powerful processors, to increased storage.
Organic September is a month-long campaign celebrating all things organic led by UK food and farming charity and organic certification body Soil Association.
On 12 June 2018 President Trump met the North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un in what was seen as a historic move towards peace.
From power line maintenance to uranium enriching – the world of power production can be a risky business.
A migraine is a severe headache accompanied by a variety of symptoms, such as disturbed vision, nausea and increased sensitivity to light or sound.
The Apple share price has reached an all-time high as details about its September launch event are revealed.
Dating app Grindr has announced plans to list its shares on international stock exchanges in an initial public offering (IPO).
Competition to be the leading tech-side developer of electric car technology is heating up after Dyson revealed progress in its £2bn electric car project.
A year after it launched in the US, Facebook has rolled out its video-streaming service Facebook Watch worldwide.
India’s top court has asked WhatsApp to respond to a petition, which puts the messaging app in breach of the Information Technology Act, 2000, which mandates an appointment of a Grievance officer for its users in India, according to local news reports.
Google has introduced Google AI Contact Center, a virtual assistant that uses natural speech to engage with callers, answering basic questions, and escalating more complex requirements to a human agent.
The annual Venice Film Festival returns today as the brightest stars of the film industry descend on Venice Lido.
Tipping culture varies from country to country.