The government is pushing ahead with trials next year of a new autonomous driving system on lorries called 'platooning', in which a trio of lorries will be wirelessly controlled by the lead vehicle, and...
Dr Andrew Fearnside, senior associate attorney specialising in quantum technology at patent law firm Mewburn Ellis LLP, outlines the latest investments in quantum computing, explains how it all works and why we should be excited
Critical infrastructure and systems such as GPS rely on time-keeping mechanisms that are far too easily subverted or prone to error
The supercomputer will be the second most powerful in Japan and sixth most powerful worldwide
A group of IT leaders at a recent Computing virtual roundtable discusses cloud and monitoring strategies, with most seeing issues with too many tools and dashboards giving rise to information overload, often burying critical data
Covid-19 has put many people off the idea of public transport, especially in major cities like London. Could a new electric scooter be the answer for shorter trips?