GlobalData’s latest thematic report, entitled Digital Oilfield, discusses how the oil and gas industry is gearing up to improve competitiveness and sustainability.
The mobile communications industry has spent years trying to stoke consumer enthusiasm around 5G mobile services and how faster mobile broadband speeds might impact people’s lives.
The United Kingdom’s Apprenticeships and Skills Minister Anne Milton has today unveiled new qualifications designed to teach adults vital digital skills.
Alexa is listening for your commands, and so, reportedly are thousands of Amazon staff and contractors who are amassing speech data to improve the smart speaker’s responsiveness.
With global smartphone sales failing to grow for the first time, partially due to a slowdown in innovation, smartphone manufacturers are looking to new technologies to attract customers.
During Tesla’s Autonomy Investor Day on 22 April, the company CEO Elon Musk set out a new and more aggressive timeline for the company’s so-called ‘level 5’ autonomous driving car capability scale – cars that are so intelligent they can drive themselves anywhere, without any human assistance.
An exhaustive report of the state of cybersecurity among businesses has found that the number of companies reporting cyberattacks grew dramatically compared to the previous year – yet cyber-readiness has actually decreased over the same period.
Amazon Web Services began construction of three data centres in Bahrain in 2017.
Bitcoin is set to reach $6,000 shortly, according to the CEO of leading independent financial advisory organisation deVere Group, after climbing 4.3% in the last 24 hours.
India has a healthcare challenge that is relatively unique to the country.
Bitcoin consumes more energy annually than the entirety of Greece, Israel and Bangladesh.
Driverless cars are on their way, and if Elon Musk is to be believed you could be hitching a ride in an autonomous taxi as early as next year.
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The Matrix reached US cinemas just over 20 years ago and articulated society’s fear of the power of artificial intelligence (AI) and its potential to overpower the human.
Despite stories of stories about sat navs sending drivers onto train tracks, in rivers, or hundreds of miles from their destination, the vast majority of young people would feel lost without their satnavs, according to a new survey by Leasing Options.
With an estimated 3.25 billion voice assistants in use today, they have changed the way in which we interact with smartphones and other electronic devices.
In the UK over 1.5 million people have a learning disability according to the Foundation for People With Learning Disabilities, of which 350,000 have a disability that’s classified as severe.
The latest ONS figures are fantastic news for British employees, showing employment growth and wage rises that put workers in a strong position when it comes to raises and moves.
An extensive cyberattack campaign that sees government, intelligence agency and key infrastructure providers’ domains hijacked is likely to be espionage activity, according to a cybersecurity expert.
Cloud computing has been one of the most talked about business transformation terms of the past few years – and for good reason.
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In a surprise turn of events, Apple and Qualcomm have announced that they will “dismiss all litigation between the two companies worldwide” bringing the high-profile legal dispute between the two tech giants to an end.
Some 31% of IT security professionals have admitted that their organisations have ignored known security vulnerabilities in a bid to get the upper-hand over their competitors.
Despite the continued uncertainty caused by Brexit, London has been named the most “digitally ready” global city by Siemens.
Ericsson has announced that it has switched on what it claims is the first large-scale commercial 5G network in Europe.
Streaming giant Netflix has had a strong start to the year following the announcement of its Q1 results.
With over 350,000 new varieties of malware discovered every day, or four every second, IT systems need cybersecurity solutions that can keep up.