Twitter boss Jack Dorsey has defended the platform’s decision to fact-check Donald Trump’s tweets after Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg questioned the move.
At least a quarter of the world’s safety tech providers are estimated to originate from the UK, according to a new research.
The transparency of scientific advice to ministers during the coronavirus outbreak will be a “big issue” in a future inquiry into how the crisis was handled, a top Government adviser has said.
Downing Street has signalled ministers should shoulder responsibility for controversial decisions made during the coronavirus pandemic after Work and Pensions Secretary Therese Coffey sought to blame scientists.
Some 188 miles of roads in the West Midlands will play host to an autonomous vehicle test later this year.
The Government’s coronavirus testing capacity has been “inadequate” throughout the pandemic, while the decision to ditch community testing early in the pandemic was “one of the most consequential made” during the crisis, MPs have told Boris Johnson.
The Government’s coronavirus testing capacity has been “inadequate” throughout the pandemic while there has been a lack of transparency over some of its crucial decision-making, MPs have told Boris Johnson.
Ssangyong has updated its popular Tivoli model with a sharper look and more interior technology.
Cars could be able to “talk” to each other to warn about dangers on the roads using 5G technology in future, according to researchers.
Zoom has announced plans to introduce end-to-end encryption after confirming the acquisition of a secure messaging and file-sharing service.
Aberdeen researchers will utilise artificial intelligence to try and create a new test to allow mass screening for coronavirus.
Contact tracing apps must be made with privacy at their heart and only keep data as long as necessary, governments have been told.
Visits to parks in the UK increased last weekend compared with two weeks ago, according to location data from Google.
New emoji face a delay of six months due to the coronavirus pandemic, the body which maintains and regulates the library of characters has revealed.
Sky Broadband customers in Cornwall have been left without broadband after the firm’s internet services went down.
The Prime Minister and Health Secretary testing positive for coronavirus creates communications challenges for the two men leading the country’s response to the outbreak.
Boris Johnson’s Cabinet started using Zoom video conferencing to carry out its meetings just days after Ministry of Defence staff were banned from using it amid security fears.
Older people who are not internet-savvy risk being left behind as vital services increasingly turn digital amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Despite assurances from internet providers that the UK’s broadband network is able to withstand the added strain, technical issues can still occur like any normal day.
Boris Johnson is coming under renewed pressure from key British allies over his controversial decision to give Chinese tech giant Huawei a role in building the UK’s 5G network.
The Government has insisted it will take tough action against technology companies which do not adhere to its planned online harms regulations.
A charity for young hospital patients is using robots to help children keep in touch with their friends even if they are being treated in isolation.
Ericsson has become the latest tech firm to pull out of the forthcoming Mobile World Congress (MWC) show over concerns about the coronavirus outbreak.
Older people pick up new skills better when they believe they are learning from a person rather than from a computer, a study suggests.
LG has become the first major technology company to pull out of forthcoming technology event Mobile World Congress (MWC) over concerns about the coronavirus outbreak.
The majority of children now own a mobile phone by the age of seven, according to a study.
More than half of parents would rather discuss sex education with their children than technology, a new survey suggests.
Facebook communications boss Sir Nick Clegg has hit back at suggestions that the social network benefits as a business from allowing controversial or extreme content to appear on its platforms.
The majority of people in the UK would support the widespread use of drones if stringent safety, security and monitoring measures existed, a new report has suggested.
A headteacher has urged others to follow her school’s example and go paperless.