Thomas McMullan
Flutter 1.0 to 'take the compromise out of app building'
Mobile

Flutter 1.0 to 'take the compromise out of app building'

We chat to the person challenged with building Google's first cross-platform app toolkit
7 Dec 2018
3D printing technique could create artificial blood vessels
3D printing
Hardware

3D printing technique could create artificial blood vessels

Man-made tissue with flexible arteries could help doctor's to fight a range of vascular diseases
22 Oct 2018
Facebook has hired Nick Clegg to lead its global affairs
Nick Clegg ex-MP
Careers & training

Facebook has hired Nick Clegg to lead its global affairs

The former UK deputy prime minister will relocate to Silicon Valley in January
19 Oct 2018
Instagram founders resign amid reports of internal tensions
Instagram on phone
Business operations

Instagram founders resign amid reports of internal tensions

Kevin Systrom and Mike Krieger say they have exited Instagram to “explore our curiosity and creativity again”
25 Sep 2018
Samsung plans to lower chip growth amid demand slowdown
Business strategy

Samsung plans to lower chip growth amid demand slowdown

Samsung reportedly seeks to maintain or inflate prices by keeping limited stocks of DRAM and NAND
20 Sep 2018
Barclays online banking suffers major outage
Security

Barclays online banking suffers major outage

Unexplained issues forced internet and telephone banking offline for several hours
20 Sep 2018
New Xbash malware is a botnet double-threat
hacking and ransomware
malware

New Xbash malware is a botnet double-threat

Xbash deletes databases on Linux and mines cryptocurrency coins on Windows
20 Sep 2018
Newegg breached in month-long data hack
cyber attacks

Newegg breached in month-long data hack

The culprits are the same group behind the British Airways and Ticketmaster breaches
20 Sep 2018
TV Licensing led 25,000 people to send unencrypted bank deta
TV
cyber security

TV Licensing led 25,000 people to send unencrypted bank deta

The agency previously warned that transactions carried out on its website were "not as secure as they should have been"
18 Sep 2018
Government systems 'unprepared' for no-deal Brexit
Whitehall buildings
Policy & legislation

Government systems 'unprepared' for no-deal Brexit

The Institute for Government says Whitehall systems are likely to have "temporary sticking plasters" when the UK departs the EU
18 Sep 2018
World Economic Forum lambasts AI bias
Surveillance, machine learning, facial recognition
machine learning

World Economic Forum lambasts AI bias

Ethical questions about artificial intelligence are being raised by “obvious problems” with biased algorithms
18 Sep 2018
Why London is the best place to be an app developer in 2018
London
Development

Why London is the best place to be an app developer in 2018

New figures from Apple place London as the leading European city for app development
14 Jun 2018
WWDC 2018: Nine things you might have missed
collaboration

WWDC 2018: Nine things you might have missed

The most interesting WWDC announcements, from 'digital health' on iOS 12 to Dark Mode on macOS Mojave
5 Jun 2018
Grindr to stop sharing users’ HIV status with third parties
privacy

Grindr to stop sharing users’ HIV status with third parties

Reports found that HIV information had been included in data shared with third-party analytics companies
3 Apr 2018
PM to call on tech firms to meet social responsibilities
Policy & legislation

PM to call on tech firms to meet social responsibilities

The Prime Minister will today demand technology companies “go further” in tackling extremist content
25 Jan 2018
Twitter clamps down on abuse and hate
Network & Internet

Twitter clamps down on abuse and hate

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey has promised a "more aggressive stance” on abusive tweets - and he's already made his first culls
19 Dec 2017
HTC Vive bundle with Fallout 4 and Doom VR for £599
Technology

HTC Vive bundle with Fallout 4 and Doom VR for £599

An excellent bundle for the HTC Vive is set to drop on Black Friday
22 Nov 2017
Uber paid $100,000 for hackers' silence over data breach
data breaches

Uber paid $100,000 for hackers' silence over data breach

Hackers stole 57 million drivers' and users' details, but Uber didn't say a word
22 Nov 2017
Uber loses appeal over UK worker rights
public sector

Uber loses appeal over UK worker rights

The Employment Appeal Tribunal has decided to uphold its ruling that Uber drivers be classed as workers
10 Nov 2017
Uber 'not fit and proper' to run in London, TfL decides
Policy & legislation

Uber 'not fit and proper' to run in London, TfL decides

Uber's reign in London looks to be over, as TfL declines to renew the ride sharing service's licence
22 Sep 2017
Hackers can change your email's content after you send it
hacking

Hackers can change your email's content after you send it

Researchers find a way for hackers to alter emails after they've been sent to an inbox
24 Aug 2017
Homicide in the age of Amazon
Business strategy

Homicide in the age of Amazon

How smart speakers and wearables are changing detective work
19 Aug 2017
Motorola patents a self-healing phone screen
Mobile

Motorola patents a self-healing phone screen

Expensive repairs could be a thing of the past, thanks to Motorola’s “shape memory polymer”
17 Aug 2017
Tim Cook disagrees with Trump’s response to Charlottesville
Business strategy

Tim Cook disagrees with Trump’s response to Charlottesville

Apple’s Tim Cook said there is no moral equivalence between white supremacists and those that oppose them
17 Aug 2017
Mandatory age checks for UK porn sites to be unveiled today
Porn
Policy & legislation

Mandatory age checks for UK porn sites to be unveiled today

Users of porn sites could be asked to provide credit card details to prove they're over 18
17 Jul 2017
Ransomware attack hits University College London
Security

Ransomware attack hits University College London

University College London has suffered a ransomware attack, leading several NHS hospitals to close their servers
15 Jun 2017
Durham police look to AI for custody judgements
Police
public sector

Durham police look to AI for custody judgements

An AI could soon help Durham police to decide whether or not to keep suspects behind bars
10 May 2017
Mastercard makes a credit card with built-in biometrics
Security

Mastercard makes a credit card with built-in biometrics

The new card features a thumb-sized fingerprint reader
20 Apr 2017
WhatsApp backdoor: "A huge threat to freedom of speech"
Security

WhatsApp backdoor: "A huge threat to freedom of speech"

A reported 'backdoor' in WhatsApp could undermine the security of private messages
13 Jan 2017
Bett 2017 speaker profile: Sir Ken Robinson
public sector

Bett 2017 speaker profile: Sir Ken Robinson

Renowned speaker Sir Ken Robinson is due to deliver a keynote at Bett 2017. Catch up on his past talks here
11 Jan 2017
Bett 2017 show preview - what should you definitely see?
public sector

Bett 2017 show preview - what should you definitely see?

Here's our pick of the most intriguing talks at Bett 2017
5 Jan 2017
Bett 2017 show preview - what should you definitely see?
public sector

Bett 2017 show preview - what should you definitely see?

Here's our pick of the most intriguing talks at Bett 2017
5 Jan 2017
Intel creates a dedicated autonomous car group
Mobile

Intel creates a dedicated autonomous car group

Intel has elevated its autonomous driving efforts into a new business vertical
30 Nov 2016
Fujitsu execs outline Brexit concerns
Brexit
Business strategy

Fujitsu execs outline Brexit concerns

Fujitsu executives say they are looking for specific outcomes in a potential Brexit deal
17 Nov 2016
Fujitsu: Digitise now to survive past 2021
Business strategy

Fujitsu: Digitise now to survive past 2021

C-level leaders put technology at the centre of their roadmaps
15 Nov 2016