Eurostar fears check-in queues will get longer when e-Borders comes into force With the prospect of controversy over privacy, freedom of movement and ambitious targets, the £750m e-Borders programme...
Employees claim that the tools give "the keys to the kingdom"
Researchers called the trend a "troubling sign"
The Alexa-powered hardware would offer suggestions to users on how they can better interact with people around them
Group CTO Ed Conolly explains the role of data infrastructure in meeting the demand for clean energy