Uber’s delivery business reported strong growth in the second quarter, but it was not enough to offset a significant hit from the pandemic to its core ride-hailing business.
From the introduction of the assembly line in the automobile industry in 1913 to Amazon reaching 200,000 robots working in its warehouses in 2020, the past century has seen an unprecedented level of technological progress in the workplace.
Car subscription services have been growing in popularity due in part to the Covid-19 pandemic, according to Counterpoint Research.
Food delivery and personal shopping services have seen a sharp uptick in use amid the Covid-19 pandemic, but the number of user accounts available for sale on the dark web has also increased.
US Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS) is a set of wireless channels in the 3.55 to 3.65 GHz spectrum band that used to be reserved for the Department of Defense, the Navy and for satellite operators.
The US subcommittee hearing on Big Tech’s antitrust violations made strong allegations, but an upcoming report from the EU into Amazon promises more focus.
Christian Beedgen is the CTO of Sumo Logic, a cloud-based data analytics company that leverages machine learning to provide security and IT insights for businesses.
The US Department of State is offering up to $10m as a reward for information on foreign interference in US elections.
Swedish e-scooter operator Voi will be rolling hundreds of its battery-powered scooters and bikes out on Cambridge roads as part of the UK’s e-scooter trials.
Digital transfers of money have seen a rise in use during the Covid-19 pandemic, while cash has seen a sharp decline.
Healthtech startup Infermedica has raised $10.25m in Series A funding to expand the capabilities and availability of its artificial intelligence (AI) based platform to triage patients and provide preliminary diagnoses.
Canon has been hit by a ransomware attack perpetrated by Maze Group, an organisation known for its unorthodox “name and shame” tactics.
Some 400 of the largest US companies are at risk of their email domain being hijacked by scammers because they have not implemented DMARC authentication, according to cybersecurity firm Agari.
Streaming proves to be a bright spot as Disney has seen its Q3 2020 revenue fall by 42% to $11.78 billion as the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic hit hard.
E-commerce giant Amazon’s 16% minority shareholding in UK food delivery app Deliveroo has officially been approved following a lengthy investigation.
Streaming service Disney+ now has 60.5 million subscribers worldwide as it continues to make ground on rival Netflix.
The future of work will shape both factories and offices, encouraging greater collaboration between humans and technology, and empowering workers with new digital skills.
5G leads as Verdict lists the top five terms tweeted on telecommunications in July 2020, based on data from GlobalData’s Influencer Platform.
Electronics and entertainment firm Sony reported operating income of 228.4bn yen ($2.15bn) in its Q1 results, a 1.1% decline from the year-ago period.
Cybersecurity experts are calling for greater vigilance after it emerged that Russian hackers targeted former trade minister and Conservative MP Liam Fox.
Criminal scientists have ranked deepfakes as the most serious and worrying application of artificial intelligence (AI) in future crime and terrorism, according to a report published by UCL.
Nokia began life under its new CEO, Pekka Lundmark, on 1 August following the 11-year tenure of his predecessor, Rajeev Suri.
The majority of employees believe remote working will continue once pandemic restrictions are lifted and say they are working more productively outside of the office, according to a report by property technology firm Equiem.
The switch to “remote by default” GP appointments, as proposed by health secretary Matt Hancock, could have a huge impact on “both the patient experience and in enabling GPs to facilitate more appointments”.