According to CGA’s Go Technology report, 28% of British consumers are now ordering food online than a year ago.
Artificial intelligence can help us to better understand the root causes of religious violence and to potentially control it, according to a new Oxford University collaboration.
For gym-goers, commuters and the 50% of adults that use their smartphones whilst walking, a new study has revealed how much popular video and music streaming apps are draining your data.
Mike Thomas, Managing Director of Innopsis details the concept of Zero Trust, strongly supported by the Government Digital Service (GDS), as the way ahead for all the networking requirements of the public sector.
Speaking to Open Access Government, cybersecurity expert and Vice President of InsideSecure, Asaf Ashekenazi discusses with us the changing world of cybercrime.
The trials, led by Worcestershire LEP and Worcestershire County Council, mark the first time that the British industry has deployed 5G and it is set to transform the sector.
Kent J. McDonald, Content Curator at Agile Alliance lifts the lid on Agile software development and the delivery of digital services.
Before the UK decriminalisation of homosexuality (Sexual Offences Act 1967) and technology united LGBT voices, gay life for many men and women was very difficult: either complete denial of your true self or living a double life.
On International #WomenInSTEM day 2019, four women in the technology field told us about their jobs, their passions and their experiences in the industry: read now to understand their experiences.
UK police call for funding for nationwide officer recruitment drive and crime-fighting technology to tackle cyber crime: read on to find out more Shared Services...
Dividing up video games, fighting over who keeps the Netflix account and arranging joint custody of the dog: Mark Sewell discusses the impending global space race after Brexit.
Civica's citizen survey reveals prioritisation and further collaboration is needed to strengthen Northern Ireland's digital identity.
With news of data breaches hitting the headlines on an alarmingly regular basis in the last few years, people are starting to give more thought to protecting their own personal data and browsing history.
Although there has been investment in smart technology in a number of cities in the past few years, the UK is still lagging behind world-leaders such as Singapore. Gavin Hepburn, director at ATG Access, discusses how the UK can overcome barriers to adoption.
With an interest in emerging technological trends, OnBuy.com analysed a survey conducted by YouGov to understand the thoughts and feelings of Brits surrounding workplace robot companions.
The current technological movement gives the impression that the internet is unrestrained: read on to find out about seven countries enforcing censorship of the internet.
Convenience often comes at a cost. In the online world, that cost rears its ugly head in the form of handing over sensitive personal information.
With fines increasing but no sign of data breaches slowing, what can organisations do to protect against any potential cyber security breaches? Maxim Frolov, Vice President of Global Sales at Kaspersky Lab shares his thoughts in this report.
There are questions to be answered on building smart cities: how should people be housed? How should they travel? How should waste product be managed?
The UK is set to become a world leader in the race to eradicate some of the most damaging cyber security threats facing businesses and better protect consumers.