Newly published research shows language in Facebook posts, either applied alone or in conjunction with demographic data, is a highly accurate tool to predict certain health issues including diabetes and mental illness.
The bitcoin price is rapidly approaching $11,000 following Facebook’s announcement that it would be launching its own cryptocurrency in 2020, demonstrating a return to enthusiasm for the cryptocurrency market.
By 2023, the average UK home is expected to contain 50 connected devices, with the market for smart home appliances expected to surge by 49.4% over the next five years.
The US-China trade war and the Trump administration ban on Chinese telecom company and phone maker Huawei may help unlock the merger between T-Mobile and Sprint in the US.
Olive oil producer Caroli has partnered with blockchain supply chain solution provider Blocksyte to put its extra virgin olive oil on the blockchain.
Telecoms provider O2 and the European Space Agency (ESA) are set to launch a four-year trial to develop a back-up satellite system for driverless cars in Oxfordshire.
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.
Mobile operators preparing to launch 5G services this year have expressed concerns that the value of the high-speed technology to consumers may not be clear or strong enough to justify the expense of its deployment.
An exhaustive global study has found that climate change is set to drive up energy demand significantly by 2050, suggesting policymakers and the energy industry need to take action now to prevent a surge in energy related costs over the next few decades.
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Desjardins, Canada’s largest credit union, has announced that data belonging to its 2.9 million banking customers, including data on 173,000 businesses, has been stolen in a breach.
The UK government’s current approach to data management could lead to future scandals similar to Windrush if action is not taken soon, warns the National Audit Office.
E-scooters will soon become a familiar sight in cities across Europe.
We’re living in a time of technology sanctions, escalating tensions between states and allegations of political party interference.
The Facebook cryptocurrency Libra announcement earlier this week is a key sign that traditional banking is on the decline, according to the CEO of a leading independent financial advisory organisation.
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Waymo is expanding its global reach when it comes to driverless cars, as the Alphabet subsidiary inks a deal with Groupe Renault and Nissan.
Rising US tech star Slack has opted to go public in a direct offering on the NYSE that might protect it from the perils of Wall Street.
Across the Asia-Pacific remittances are big business.
IT security specialists ESET has identified an unusual new cryptocurrency miner, known as LoudMiner, that utilises virtualisation to infect the machines of unsuspecting users.
Unless you have been living under a rock for the past decade, you are probably aware of the cryptocurrency Bitcoin.
The advancement of artificial intelligence (AI) prompts fears of a Terminator-style future where humans live as an underclass to the machines we created.
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.
Today is World Productivity Day, a day for businesses to rethink their strategies for boosting productivity.
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The first day of 2019’s Connected Britain event has drawn to a close, and even after just a few panels and speaker sessions, some clear themes have emerged.
With 8 million tonnes of plastic waste making its way into the ocean every year, the issue of plastic pollution has gained increasing attention over the last few years.
In 2018, the film adaptation of Justin Torres’ semi-autobiographical novel We the Animals premiered at the Sundance Film Festival, where it also won the Next Innovator Award.
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.
Best highlighted by the Gatwick Airport incident last year, which saw a rogue drone used to ground more than 1,000 flights over a two day period, drone technology often proves to be a nuisance, if not a security risk, for more traditional aircrafts.