The new pact will see the three governments first form a plan to build nuclear-powered submarines.
The Competition and Markets Authority believes further investigation into the planned merger is warranted.
The armed forces are increasingly adopting new technologies that can keep soldiers safer, but experts worry that they might be crossing some dangerous lines.
Concerns were raised over claims Matt Hancock and Lord Bethell used private accounts to conduct government business.
Trade agreement aims to facilitate digital trade and new opportunities between both markets, including cross-border data flow and use of technologies such as artificial intelligence.
The FCA has declared Binance Markets Limited can only participate in any UK activities with prior written consent of the regulator.
G7 finance ministers are taking aim at some of the world's "most profitable multinational enterprises" by agreeing to set a global minimum corporate tax rate of at least 15%.
The UK's intelligence agency was found to not have sufficient safeguards in place when performing bulk surveillance of civilians and, ultimately, breached the right to privacy.
Westminster decides national security is reason enough for looking into the ownership of UK-housed chip designer shifting from Japan to the United States.
"Project Gigabit" has launched its first phase, for premises across the UK's rural areas to be upgraded to next-generation broadband.
Nvidia announced that it would build Cambridge-1 only 20 weeks ago. Now the supercomputer is almost up and running, despite a global health crisis.
The UK government has published its strategic goals to 2025 - and cybersecurity got a lot of attention.
As Australian Senators hear justification from dating app giant Match Group around doing the same down under.
The UK's GCHQ has unveiled plans to ramp up its use of algorithms. What could go wrong?
Defending against supply chain attacks is more than trying to stop the theft of encryption keys to access protected cloud resources.
A wargame aimed at finding hidden cyber-security talent took place in Winston Churchill's wartime bunker.
The government program generally known as Obamacare is the poster child for poor government IT work. There have been others though.
The U.S. government mass surveillance scandal may be the biggest ongoing story of the year. In this updating timeline, you can explore the full scope of the Edward Snowden leaks, which have implicated the world's most powerful nations in the worldwide spying operation.
Despite Wikileaks' founder Julian Assange's successful asylum bid, he picked the worst embassy to try and escape from. Here's why, and how he could possibly evade the U.K. authorities.
Wikileaks founder Julian Assange gave a statement to protesters and the media from the Ecuadorian embassy in London on Sunday.
Really Apple? The iPad design is so new, so unique, that you can use it to legally ban the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 from the EU? I Don't Think So.
ZDNet UK attended the first ORGCon, an Open Rights Group conference featuring panelists who discussed topics ranging from copyright to content distribution
Tech election 2010: having spoken to a range of political parties, ZDNet UK lines up their tech policies on the key issues for a side-by-side view
At a demonstration outside the Houses of Parliament, campaigners protested at the Digital Economy Bill's provisions for suspending people's internet connections
The Alston Moor area will have next-generation broadband connectivity by the end of the year, thanks to a social enterprise rollout that is partly funded by the NHS
QSnatch malware, first spotted in late 2019, has grown from 7,000 bots to more than 62,000, according to a joint US CISA and UK NCSC security alert.
Daphne Leprince-Ringuet tells Karen Roby that data centers are key to keeping the digital world up and running. To make sure we stay connected, operators have been preparing for a pandemic for months. Read more: https://zd.net/2VrNeOP
COVID-19 apps that track individuals' movements and report them to a government server? What could possibly go wrong? Digital rights activists are starting to push back.
Facebook is one of many companies contributing to healthcare services fighting COVID-19.
Daphne Leprince-Ringuet says governments and manufacturers will have to ramp up their efforts to make sure that autonomous cars are safe from cyber attacks before they hit the road. Read more: https://zd.net/2RUY3XZ
TfL says a “pattern of failures” has led to Uber’s license being revoked.
Taking these steps can tighten security significantly, according to the former director of the UK's secret intelligence service.
If you're on Fortinet, Palo Alto, Pulse Secure, patch now, warns UK spy agency
While the race for Number 10 continues, the UK's mobile networks are gambling that the new Prime Minister will let them use Huawei equipment in their 5G networks.
Information Commissioner's Office intends to fine airline for “poor security arrangements” - British Airways says it's “surprised and disappointed” by planned penalty.
'Biggest ever' deletion of biometric data by government comes after HMRC obtained data "unlawfully" according to privacy regulator.
A complex set of considerations will have informed the UK's decision-making around 5G. Read more: https://zd.net/2GVpVWs
A new 'Brextension' delays the UK leaving the European Union until October. But the continued uncertainty around Brexit is leaving many in the technology industry confused, frustrated - and losing out on business.