HPE is moving its entire product portfolio to subscription-based as-a-service offerings
Uber recently re-started testing driverless cars following an accident in which one person was killed
Total spending on quantum technology by the government surpasses £1bn
The increase in applications comes as uncertainty around Brexit continues
Spanish football league used popular mobile app for fans to identify bars illegally televising matches
Deepfake of Mark Zuckerberg published on Instagram to challenge Facebook's laissez-faire deepfakes policy
Will Mark Zuckerberg order deletion of 'deepfake' of himself or abide by Facebook's deepfakes policies?
HackerOne research reveals the biggest winners from more than 120,000 security vulnerabilities reported by hackers on 1,400 programmes
Corporate and consumer Huawei 5G security risks have been misunderstood, warns Recorded Future
The vulnerability has seen Microsoft quickly release patches for end-of-life Windows products
Kelkoo believes that not enough is being done in Europe to tackle Google's unfair promotional practices
BeiTaPlugin adware in more than 200 apps in the Google Play Store effectively bricked smartphones
The government needs to take a long-term approach to protecting against the risk of cyber-attacks, says Public Accounts Committee chair.
China-linked HiddenWasp Linux malware is being used in sophisticated, targeted attacks
PCIe 5.0 will offer twice the bandwidth of PCI 4.0 while providing backwards compatibility
Employees claim that the tools give "the keys to the kingdom"
Researchers called the trend a "troubling sign"
The cyber warfare centres will be up-and-running in the early 2020s
Privacy Experts believe that the move by TfL - starting in July - could infringe passengers' rights to privacy
The technique is the latest in a long line of attacks targeting online payments
Deliveroo plans to use the investment to expand its London-based technology team
Attackers could potentially change the course of a flight using $600 worth of commercially available equipment
Ocado CTO Paul Clarke among the experts who will work with government to accelerate the adoption of AI in the UK
City officials voted eight-to-one to ban facial recognition use by law enforcement, with the ban to come into effect next week.
Ofcom wants to encourage customers to take advantage of choice in broadband, phone and TV
Interview: Louise McCarthy, HSBC's former digital IT transformation director, on how to get more women into IT
Louise McCarthy was behind one of the first-ever implementations of SAP R/3. Now, she mentors the next generation of women in IT
Run Drupal, Joomla or Typo3? Newly identified vulnerability could facilitate remote code execution attacks
New leak of engineering sample is consistent with the snapshot of model names, specifications and pricing posted online in December
File Explorer changes to be rolled out to Insiders within days before being incorporated into a future update
Flaw affects up to one million SAP NetWeaver installations, warns Onapsis - but SAP claims it was patched years ago
The President said the US is doing its part to secure cyberspace for future generations.
Microsoft blamed a DNS configuration error for the three-hour outage
Facebook to create privacy oversight committee with Zuckerberg personally accountable for data privacy, claims report
Move comes as Facebook faces fine of up to $5bn over lackadaisical attitude to users' privacy
March ransomware attack forced the firm to revert to manual processes
Government IoT proposals would introduce security labeling to internet-connected devices
Researchers have described it as "the most advanced payments skimmer to date", tracing it back to Ukraine
iFixIt describes the Samsung Galaxy Fold as 'alarmingly fragile'
The flaw affects all versions of WebLogic, according to security specialists Knownsec 404
US Congress quizzes Google on location tracking database of hundreds of millions of smartphone users
Google's tracking database contains consumer information dating back to 2009
Insiders reveal more about the personal information the Alexa Data Services team are able to read from users' Alexa personal assistants
The vulnerabilities affect the third-party libraries in Drupal 8.6, Drupal 8.5 and Drupal 7
Samsung remains adamant that the screen issues won't affect the launch of the Galaxy Fold smartphone
New laws aimed squarely at Facebook, Twitter and Google
Kaspersky claims credit for finding critical Windows security flaw being actively exploited in the wild
While patched last week, Kaspersky claims attackers are exploiting the flaw in a string of new attacks to take full control of targets' PCs
Researchers blame poor website security for the attack that compromised users' PCs with banking Trojan malware
New Windows 10 security framework mimics the DEFCON levels used by US armed forces
Vulnerabilities in WPA3 enable attackers to take control of Wi-Fi networks and crack encrypted passwords
Russia-linked hacking group rumbled when malware caused controllers to initiate an automatic safety shutdown, claimed FireEye
US invoked FISA surveillance powers to help build case against Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou