Three scuba divers in Egypt have been caught trying to cut a 20,000km internet cable between Egypt and Europe.
Google’s new service, ‘Inactive Account Manager’, allows people to pass control of their digital assets onto their relatives or loved ones when they die.
Smartphone users running on outdated software are at risk.
Companies and individuals are facing a major threat in the form of Remote Administration Tools (RATs), being used to commit financial crime.
A chemist finishes his own F1 race, high-profile businesses exit a hacking scandal a little red-faced, and the government funds investigations into cyber threats. Dave Baxter reports on the latest news in technology.
Industry figures are cautiously welcoming a government scheme aimed at helping firms to reduce the potential fallout of cyber-attacks.
Scientists have proved how easy it is to accurately identify a person through only four data points – data which is made accessible unintentionally through our mobile phones.
Facebook has urged the European Commission to back away from plans to legislate data protection laws that may stifle business growth.
US software company MapR Technologies have paved the way for a potential bidding war after it recently banked $30million for its Hadoop data framework. Hadcoop is used to support the running of applications for thousands of office computers. The Hadoop software, which increases the reliability and efficiency of interconnected computer systems, has become hot property [...]
CitySprint’s new iPhone app helps workers track their deliveries from outside the office. CitySprint delivers parcels to businesses and customers on the same day. One of the UK’s leading distribution networks has launched a new app, allowing businesses and customers to monitor their same day deliveries in real time. CitySprint’s ‘Mr Courier’ app offers credit [...]