The NHS already has the data to identify rare diseases and discover new treatments. It just needs to find it.
The former parliamentary member denies any wrongdoing.
One in four tech companies say Brexit has lost them investment deals and made recruiting harder.
A complex set of considerations will have informed the UK's decision-making around 5G.
According to a report, Huawei will be allowed to provide antennas and non-core infrastructure for the 5G network build-outs across the United Kingdom.
Staff with the right skills could be in short supply post-Brexit, say CIOs who are already finding talented staff in short supply.
The ICO says the information was illegally shared through data broking.
The operator of Silk Road 2.0 was unemployed and yet lived the high life.
There's no doubt that IT is reshaping healthcare. But can the NHS get its nurses and doctors ready to embrace all the tech changes ahead?
Patients like video consultations with a doctor. But what does the rise of private GP apps mean for the future of the NHS?
The health service is faced with increasing demand for its services combined with underfunding. Can it use technology to reinvent itself?
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5G networks are coming this year, so those 5G smartphones better hurry up and arrive too.
Guests at the door laden with drugs or mobile phones are less likely to turn up when biometric barriers are in play -- apparently.
More billion-dollar tech companies call London home than any other European capital – but will leaving the EU frighten them off?
Writing isn't just sitting at a desk waiting for the news to happen. It often requires a prepared bag of kit for travel to report at the source. Here's what Zack Whittaker keeps in his on-the-go bag.
A pub in Southwark has installed iPads with custom-built software to cut ordering time for customers. The Robot Pub Group now hopes to expand its concept to other venues.
Visa and Samsung test out near-field communications for mobile payments with athletes at the London Olympics
The technology behind the Olympic Games has changed beyond all recognition since the international sporting event was last held in London, more than 60 years ago
The Olympics open this Friday, but some events kick off today so grab one of these smartphone or tablet apps and follow all of the action on the go.
The London 2012 Olympics is going to be a huge working-from-home experiment for many organisations. Here are some tips on making it go smoothly
The summer Olympic Games will be taking place in London in just a few short days, filling the capital with crowds. Here's a list of free iPhone and iPad apps to help visitors get around, manage their data and have a good time
The 2012 London Olympics are approaching fast, and computer technology is absolutely critical to their success — unlike the last time the capital hosted the Games. Here is a tour of the Olympic Park and some of the back-end systems
In addition to the coverage of the London bombings by the mainstream press, it was possible to view snapshots from ordinary citizens who uploaded their photos to sites such as Flickr and moblog.co.uk. Here are some samples.
For one caricature artist in London's Leicester Square, a portable computer replaces charcoal and sketchbook.
In-depth exhibit examining the possibility of life on other worlds opens at the Science Museum in London.
Satellite photos and images shot on the ground show the fire and smoke generated by Sunday's refinery explosion near London.
Professor Colin Pillinger speaks at the Royal Institute of London during a press conference.
Disney-owned animation leader is exhibiting 300 original drawings, paintings and sculptures at Science Museum.
Students in London use touch, smell and flexibility in their designs of cell phones for 2015.