New 'hardsec' techniques that bypass software vulnerabilities are being increasingly used by public-sector bodies and would benefit the commercial realm.
Researchers from MIT and Brown University have developed Northstar, a system for interactive data analytics that runs on touchscreens.
Despite all the hype around 5G, nearly 90% of respondents in a poll by Channel News Asia knew very little or absolutely nothing about the next big thing in mobile technology.
Services such as TV, taxis and takeaways fit around our busy modern lives. Could we binge-watch our education in the same way?
Long-term scientific projects like CERN and the European fusion project ITER produce many discoveries in unexpected fields along the way.
Chief Information Officers of large organizations aren’t just thinking about the next IT upgrade or how to cut operational costs: they are changing business models and shifting cultures.
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Richard Baldwin, professor of international economics at the Graduate Institute in Geneva, says new technology is changing the nature of globalization.
The city with the highest percentage of university graduates has been revealed, as they're increasingly on the radar of companies and investors.
Entrepreneurs must start by trying to solve a real problem and build in consumer safety features from the outset
On Friday, May 24, 1844, the very first message sent by Morse code’s dots and dashes across a long distance traveled from Washington, D.C., to Baltimore.
Artificial Intelligence is becoming the biggest technology of the information age, and we need to bake human judgement into it in order to use it fully.
Systems for verifying digital identities remain fragmented and inefficient – here's our explainer of the different options available
A single, unified digital identity for each separate player on supply and transaction chains is needed to streamline global trade.