The app was released in England and Wales last month after much delays
Government officials are concerned that the app's adoption rate could be as low as 10 per cent
Members of the Microsoft's Windows Insider Programme will be the first to test the beta
COBOL was introduced nearly 60 years ago in the era of punch cards but still runs many banking and government systems
Introducing VideoProc, a new video processing toolkit
Data orchestration can produce accurate, continuously updated, multi-channel customer insight for marketers
Global interest in AI is rising, but Brits are afraid that Brexit will hold us back
Hyperledger is key to blockchain avoiding the challenges of the IoT
But will all of that data be a problem when the GDPR hits?
Google has found more than 47 bugs in its mobile OS
Google has unveiled its latest Raspberry Pi AI kit
An ex Google employee is looking to transform the way firms manage apps.
Better "set of design principles" are critical to correctly create the first AI, says Microsoft CEO
Ride-sharing app denied renewed licence
Stop biased machines in their tracks, urges RSA
Zuckerberg should employ a "team of moaners and cynics".
Business teams can use Studio to change in-app customer engagement experiences after they have been built
Additions promise new asset management and data insight capabilities - plus a partnership with Mitsubishi.
Intra-library 'collusion' occurs when libraries are shared between multiple apps
There's no silver bullet, but Blue Cedar can be part of the shotgun blast of technology solutions
Android malware was embedded in two popular apps
Do small businesses have anything to fear from the glut of anti-privacy tools?
It's impossible to accurately forecast software use
4,000 ransomware attacks occurred every day in 2016 - can backups protect against all of them?