Biometrics – technology that can recognise individuals based on physical and behavioural traits such as their faces, voices or fingerprints – are becoming increasingly important to combat financial fraud and security threats.
Most self-driving cars use a combination of sensing technologies.
The workplace is going to look drastically different ten years from now.
Developing unknowable passwords is an active area of security research.
Nintendo have always done things their own way.
What if all trolls aren’t born trolls? What if they are ordinary people like you and me?
How do we help post-apocalyptic society avoid another Dark Age and reboot civilisation?
When something as exciting as virtual reality (VR) comes along, it can quickly become part of our already tech-reliant lives, providing us with multiple new possibilities, including for falling in love.
New research from Finland looks at tapping plants’ energy directly by turning their internal structures into electric circuits.
An electrical grid’s computerized control could be abused by attackers who get into the systems.
British scientists David Thouless, Duncan Haldane and Michael Kosterlitz won this year’s Nobel Prize in Physics for theoretical discoveries of topological phase transitions and topological phases of matter.
Get used to hearing a lot more about artificial intelligence.
Shuffling a pack of cards isn’t as easy as you think, not if you want to truly randomise the cards.
Having access to the internet is increasingly considered to be an emerging human right.
What if we could play games to improve our health and physical ability?
The Nokia 3310 mobile phone has near iconic status. Released in 2000, it is among the best-selling phones of all time, with 126m units produced.
As you browse the internet, online advertisers track nearly every site you visit, amassing a trove of information on your habits and preferences.
If a machine can be harmed or held responsible for its actions, should we stop treating it like property and start treating it more like a person with rights?
3D capability was never really universally embraced in the industry for home use, and it’s just not a key buying factor when selecting a new TV.
When a cyberattack occurs, ethical hackers are called in to be digital detectives.