Nicole Kobie
The future of business banking now
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startups

The future of business banking now

Open banking and digital innovation mean banking is no longer about queuing at the branch. This is what you and your business need to know about chall…
4 Nov 2020
Why the future needs optical data centres
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data centres

Why the future needs optical data centres

Researchers are leaping the hurdles holding back optical networks, opening the door to a faster, greener future
27 Oct 2020
The future tech helping battle the pandemic
Technology

The future tech helping battle the pandemic

We’ve struggled to find a use for chatbots, 3D printers and drones, but innovative tech is now being used to fight COVID-19
20 Oct 2020
Microsoft patches 129 flaws as big updates become new normal
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cyber security

Microsoft patches 129 flaws as big updates become new normal

This month's Patch Tuesday includes 23 critical flaws, though none are being actively used by hackers
9 Sep 2020
Google expands no-code tools and automation for "citizen developers"
cloud computing

Google expands no-code tools and automation for "citizen developers"

Google Cloud reveals Business Application Platform launches, including API management, process automation, and no-code tools
8 Sep 2020
Amazon vows to continue JEDI fight after review backs Microsoft
cloud computing

Amazon vows to continue JEDI fight after review backs Microsoft

Amazon says US Department of Defense contract was "politically corrupted"
7 Sep 2020
Amazon finally wins approval for drone delivery
Hardware

Amazon finally wins approval for drone delivery

Amazon secures FAA certification, but doesn't say when drone deliveries will begin
1 Sep 2020
Adobe battles fake photos with editing tags
Software

Adobe battles fake photos with editing tags

Photoshop will include new tagging tools later this year to help fight against misinformation and deep fakes
14 Aug 2020
Fortnite creator sues Google and Apple over app store cut
Fortnite
Mobile

Fortnite creator sues Google and Apple over app store cut

Epic Games' battle over app stores' revenue slices continues
14 Aug 2020
Intel unveils new transistor tech for Tiger Lake
Hardware

Intel unveils new transistor tech for Tiger Lake

Intel reveals details about its road map and its SuperFin transistors at Architecture Day 2020
13 Aug 2020
Microsoft's Surface Duo arrives 10 September
Google Android

Microsoft's Surface Duo arrives 10 September

Microsoft's dual-screen Android phone finally arrives and will cost $1,399
12 Aug 2020
Citrix patches XenMobile vulnerability
cyber security

Citrix patches XenMobile vulnerability

Positive Technologies spots serious flaw in Citrix XenMobile
11 Aug 2020
Court orders Uber and Lyft to consider drivers as employees
IT regulation

Court orders Uber and Lyft to consider drivers as employees

California judge sides with state and city attorneys on preliminary injunction about how to classify gig workers
11 Aug 2020
Trump signs order against TikTok and WeChat
social media

Trump signs order against TikTok and WeChat

ByteDance says it's considering all options in response to ban, which begins in 45 days
7 Aug 2020
Batty smartphone tech for tracking animals
Internet of Things (IoT)

Batty smartphone tech for tracking animals

Tiny computers glued to bats are making research into the animals and their habitats more precise
5 Aug 2020
Robots are supposed to steal our jobs – so why haven’t they during the coronavirus crisis?
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artificial intelligence (AI)

Robots are supposed to steal our jobs – so why haven’t they during the coronavirus crisis?

Robots are already making some progress in healthcare settings, but they need more support if they're to make a real difference
13 Jul 2020
The best email sign-off, and 14 to avoid
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Careers & training

The best email sign-off, and 14 to avoid

There are good ways and bad ways to sign-off from your emails. Here's everything you need to know to avoid a digital etiquette misstep
19 Jun 2020
The best tech companies to work for in the UK
Careers & training

The best tech companies to work for in the UK

Which tech companies are the best to work for in the UK?
17 Jun 2020
How to work from home like a boss
flexible working

How to work from home like a boss

The pandemic has seen untold numbers of Brits banned from the office. Ignore the flood of homeworking advice and find your own way
21 May 2020
Can tech survive without China?
supply chain management (SCM)

Can tech survive without China?

Most tech is made in China. What happens when it can’t – or won’t – make our gadgets?
14 May 2020
Quantum supremacy is here — so what?
Infrastructure

Quantum supremacy is here — so what?

While Google's claim to have hit the milestone is important, there's still a way to go on the road to quantum computing
26 Apr 2020
My dog showed me how Facebook could be better
social media

My dog showed me how Facebook could be better

Social media is toxic and the web is full of trolls – but there are corners of the internet that aren’t so bad
24 Apr 2020
Top 10 reasons to consider flexible working
working from home
Business strategy

Top 10 reasons to consider flexible working

Here’s our roundup of the top 10 reasons companies should consider setting up a home working scheme
18 Mar 2020
Foxconn 'cautiously' restarts production as tech tries to work around coronavirus
Hardware

Foxconn 'cautiously' restarts production as tech tries to work around coronavirus

Epidemic continues to impact Chinese tech industry manufacturing and sales
20 Feb 2020
RBS challenger bank Bó aims to fightback against Monzo and Starling
Mobile

RBS challenger bank Bó aims to fightback against Monzo and Starling

But Monzo's platform team lead questions whether RBS can "keep up" with other challenger banks
20 Feb 2020
Check Point spots two flaws in Microsoft Azure
Azure interface
Cloud

Check Point spots two flaws in Microsoft Azure

However, the vulnerabilities in Azure Stack and App Service were patched last year
30 Jan 2020
EU to allow "high risk" 5G suppliers, including Huawei
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5G

EU to allow "high risk" 5G suppliers, including Huawei

However, like Britain, such suppliers will only be allowed a limited role in 5G infrastructure
30 Jan 2020
Apple and Broadcom to appeal $1.1bn patent verdict
wifi & hotspots

Apple and Broadcom to appeal $1.1bn patent verdict

Wi-Fi lawsuit from Caltech is the sixth-largest patent award ever
30 Jan 2020
Microsoft to patch Windows 7 wallpaper bug
Microsoft Windows

Microsoft to patch Windows 7 wallpaper bug

So much for end of support: Microsoft to fix bug in last update to Windows 7
29 Jan 2020
Intel to patch CacheOut flaw
enterprise security

Intel to patch CacheOut flaw

Another ZombieLoad-style flaw hits Intel's processors, but an update is on the way
29 Jan 2020
Google demos real-time speech to text translation
artificial intelligence (AI)

Google demos real-time speech to text translation

Google Translate tool will turn smartphones into real-time translators using AI
29 Jan 2020
Open Rights Group calls for government to protect data post-Brexit
data protection

Open Rights Group calls for government to protect data post-Brexit

ORG warns UK government not to let US push it into weaker data protection laws
28 Jan 2020
Avast expands opt-out after data-sharing investigation
data protection

Avast expands opt-out after data-sharing investigation

Security company will ask all users of its free antivirus if they are willing to let their browsing data be shared with third parties
28 Jan 2020
NHS shifts two national services to the cloud
Cloud

NHS shifts two national services to the cloud

Appointment service and NHS 111 directory are the first major services to make the move
28 Jan 2020
Met Police facial recognition plans "a breathtaking assault" on rights
biometrics

Met Police facial recognition plans "a breathtaking assault" on rights

Plans to use live facial recognition come under fire from privacy campaigners
27 Jan 2020