All articles by Lucy Ingham
Brexit impact on cybersecurity to be “considerable and immediate” – deal, or no deal
The UK is set for a historic vote today that will determine whether or not we leave the EU with a deal. But no matter the result, the Brexit impact on cybersecurity is set to be significant.
AI spend hit $219bn in 2018, but most execs wish they’d invested sooner
Global business spending on AI reached $219bn in 2018, however the vast majority of C-suite executives wish they had moved into the space sooner.
Cryptocurrency-free blockchain launched in ‘world first’
An open source public blockchain has been launched that is operated without a cryptocurrency – a move its creators say is a world first.
Next-generation blockchain platform claims to be “world’s fastest and most scalable”
Devv Blockchain is designed to be dramatically more efficient that established blockchain protocols.
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Cryptocurrency trading bot lets beginners use the tools of the experts
The feature is designed to allow beginners to cryptocurrency to trade with confidence.
Exoskeletons give lower limb paralysis sufferers the power to walk
A challenge by Toyota to find advanced mobility solutions for sufferers of lower limb paralysis has announced its finalists, which include two exoskeletons.
Cyberattack costs to rise to $6tn a year by 2021: Report
Cyberattacks are now the fastest-growing crime in the world, and are expected to cost the global economy $6tn a year by 2021, according to a report by Cybersecurity Ventures.
2018 saw one in 10 employers automate jobs, as workers accused of “sticking our heads in the sand”
The last 12 months alone saw 12% of UK employers automate jobs by replacing them with some form of technology.
Smartwatch prices to drop in 2019, driving wearables growth to $42bn
Smartwatches have grown in popularity since their emergence as a market segment in 2014, aided significantly by the release of the Apple Watch in 2015.