The humble ATM, or cash point, is celebrating its 50th birthday today.
Snapchat, the image messaging and multimedia mobile app, introduced a new feature on Wednesday, promoted as a “new way to explore the world”.
UK chip developer Imagination Technologies has announced that it is up for sale and in talks with potential buyers.
At last year’s Mobile World Congress event in Barcelona, Nokia announced that it was acquiring the wearable brand Withings for $191m in order to accelerate its entry into the digital health market.
The UK has been hit by three terror attacks, and a suspected fourth, over the past few months, causing death and pain to many people across the country.
Forget drones delivering Amazon parcels, soon the flying devices could be used in medical emergencies.
The British government is set to say it will escalate the funding it provides to startups to allow them to flourish once the UK leaves the European Union.
The communications platform Slack, which aims to disrupt emails, could be bought by Amazon in a deal which would value the startup at $9bn.
The biggest event in the gaming industry, the Electronic Entertainment Expo or E3, takes place this week in Los Angeles.
American telecommunications company Verizon closed its $4.48bn purchase of Yahoo’s core business on Tuesday.
Biometrics — using physical features as security — are already here and the password is on its way out.
It could soon be possible to identify people who create fake profiles on social media thanks to a tool developed by computer scientists at the University of Edinburgh.
The London Stock Exchange (LSE) will host its largest tech IPO since 2015 when Alfa Financial Software Holdings debuts today.
London-based startup Memrise recently won Best App at the 2017 Google Play Awards for changing the way we learn languages.
A new vulnerability has been found in widely used software, leading to fears of another cyber attack on the scale of the recent WannaCry breach.
There are few tech battles more intriguing than which company will be crowned smartphone king: Apple or Samsung.
2017 is the year insurtech comes into its own, according to KPMG.
High wages are sometimes illusory; in expensive cities, the lion’s share of a salary is spent on the cost of living.
Tech giant Apple is to start producing iPhones in India for the first time.
A partnership which saw the UK’s National Health System (NHS) share the medical records of 1.6m patients with Google has been deemed inappropriate by the top data protection adviser to the NHS.
Swedish music streaming company Spotify has announced it now has 50m paying subscribers and it could be going public later this year.
As we enter the second quarter of 2017, financial results are coming out left, right and centre.
Apple has announced its latest results and reported a surprising fall in iPhone sales.
French carmaker Peugeot has announced it is partnering with startup NuTonomy to test self-driving cars in Singapore.
Amazon has announced it will create 1,200 new jobs at a new fulfilment centre in Warrington, UK.
One in three people in Europe would be happy going completely cashless, according to an ING survey.
The UK government is investing £38m in driverless car technology to drive the UK’s reputation as a world leader in the growing sector.
We’re only a few months into 2017 and cyber attacks seem to be hitting the headlines even more regularly than last year.