The benefits of AI and wider automation on businesses are undeniably significant.
Littering our cities and clogging up our oceans, causing environmental issues and ill-health to wildlife, humanity has a serious plastic waste problem.
HTC Vive, one of the leaders in consumer virtual reality (VR), has announced the Vive Focus Plus, a standalone VR headset designed for enterprise users.
The most important tech show of the telecommunications industry, which regularly attracts over 100,000 attendees from across the globe, will take place in the Spanish city of Barcelona from 25 to 28 February.
“I believe this misunderstanding will continue for some time,” Huawei executive director Ryan Ding said at a pre-Mobile World Congress session at the London Savoy.
There has been much excitement about the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S10, unveiled at Samsung’s Unpacked event last night.
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Nanoelectronics, the use of nanotechnology in electronic components, has huge potential to develop faster and more energy efficient electronic devices.
Researchers have developed flight simulator software for airborne wind energy systems (AWES), a technology that generates electrical energy through tension created by kite tethers or turbines located on drones.
NASA has announced that will begin tests of space X-rays in a bid to develop the deep space communications technology of the future.
In spite of reports that ransomware attacks are fewer and that companies should instead be on the lookout for cryptomining hacks, Todd Matters, co-founder and chief architect at hybrid cloud services and disaster recovery provider RackWare says they are still something businesses should be wary of.
An alternative satellite navigation system to Galileo has been suggested by engineering academics at a snip of the price of the EU project.
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The European Academies’ Science Advisory Council (EASAC) has said that CO2 removal technology will be vital for reducing global emissions in the atmosphere.
Despite Bitcoin losing more than 80% of its value in a little over a year, the cryptocurrency’s decline hasn’t put millennials off of investing in the blockchain-powered currency.
There are many claims around 5G, the fifth generation of mobile network, but Ericsson head of 5G commercialisation, Thomas Noren, summed it up at a pre-Mobile World Congress session.
In December 2018, Europe-based telecommunications company Millicom acquired an 80% stake in cable operator Cable Onda for $1 billion.
CAST, a leader in software intelligence, has partnered with Software Heritage to provide businesses with a better understanding of the code powering their products and services.
According to new research, which quizzed C-level executives from the world’s leading communications and media companies, sports fans will get their first taste of 5G technology at sporting events.
The Nissan x OPUS camper uses second-life EV batteries to power off-grid activities so that passengers can stream boxsets on a projector screen in even remote parts of the world for seven days.
Swedish Healthcare Guide, a telephone service that provides Swedes with healthcare information, is likely to be in breach of GDPR after it was discovered that 2.7 million unique voice recordings from the service had been left on an unencrypted, publically accessible server.
“Few people in the world know better than I do what it’s like to have your life’s work threatened by a machine,” says Garry Kasparov.
Lab-grown meat may not be the viable alternative to farming that loyal meat-eaters have hoped for, with the process creating even more greenhouse gases.
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When you think of art conservation, it usually conjures up images of centuries-old paintings being meticulously brought back to life by hand.
The cyberattack on the Australian government, which saw the country’s parliament as well as the three biggest political parties targeted, is likely to be the first of many attacks of its kind, according to cybersecurity experts.