The UK company sent cold texts offering products “effective against coronavirus.”
The new app uses Apple and Google's contact-tracing tech and features a QR check-in system for UK venues.
Perplexed engineers couldn’t work out why signals kept vanishing.
The IT team on the Isle of Guernsey had to build two data centers by the month of July. They didn't let a global pandemic get in the way.
The police air force in the UK is trialing drone technologies to help on-the-ground officers.
The government has announced the COVID-19 app will be ready for launch at the end of the month.
Scotland has followed Northern Ireland's lead and launched its own contact-tracing app called Protect Scotland.
Like many businesses, the government wants to achieve a digital transformation. It might try to start with appointing a leader.
The lack of trust in AI systems comes after a number of bad algorithm-driven decisions.
It will work with watchdogs in the UK, US, Canada, and New Zealand on competition issues like those in the digital tech giants space.
The government announced a £10 million investment to let businesses and researchers make the most of quantum capabilities.
The user base is likely to keep growing as children and young adults get access to the app.
Leisure and hospitality businesses have been working tirelessly to get customers back through their doors since lockdown restrictions eased in the UK - with technology the driving force.
The new NHS contact-tracing app has entered trials on the Isle of Wight, this time based on technology from Apple and Google.
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Kao Data has just started operating a 40,000 square feet data center at the heart of the UK's "innovation corridor", between London, Cambridge and Stansted. This is what 8.8MW of data center capacity looks like from the inside.
This new exhibition at London's Science Museum looks to help people explore the "invisible revolution of big data" and inspire the data scientists of the future.
One million of the programmable boards will be given to schoolchilden, as part of a project backed by ARM, Microsoft, Samsung, and more.
Google has chosen London's Tottenham Court Road as the test bed for a physical retail presence called 'the Google shop'.
Trials of two autonomous vehicles have kicked off in a number of places across the country - but while they'll be carrying passengers, the driverless cars aren't taking to the roads just yet.
A wargame aimed at finding hidden cyber-security talent took place in Winston Churchill's wartime bunker.
Hands-on with Tesco's seven-inch Android tablet for the masses: can it compete with Amazon and Apple when it comes to hardware?
Digital Realty has opened up a new Tier 3 datacentre 17 miles south west of the capital.
A new workspace on the 39th floor of Canary Wharf is extending London's Tech City out to Docklands, and aims to bring together smart start-ups and potential customers.
A warehouse north of London is on the verge of completing its transformation into a datacentre
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T-Mobile and Orange's parent EE has now revealed tariffs for its 4G network in the UK. Here's a look at the operator's line-up of 4G phones, how they compare and what it will cost you to get one.
When the 1906 quake hit Northern California, author Jack London covered the damage for a magazine. The quake killed untold numbers, but it also gave rise to modern seismology in America. Here's the story with London's photos courtesy of the California Historical Society.