The Work One by Singapore Cybersecurity Consortium

A deep dive into the Singapore Cybersecurity Consortium’s work to improve Singapore's cyber resilience. | Continue reading | 3 days ago

Researchers have captured an image of quantum entanglement

Researchers from the University of Glasgow have unveiled a breathtaking image of a form of quantum entanglement known as Bell entanglement. | Continue reading | 8 days ago

Google admits listening to Google Home recordings

Google also revealed that an investigation has been launched after Dutch audio data was leaked. | Continue reading | 9 days ago

France approves tax on “Big Tech” despite US threats

France has adopted a pioneering tax on internet giants like Google, Amazon and Facebook despite US threats of new tariffs on French imports. | Continue reading | 9 days ago

Fire destroys Ghanaian Ministry of Health server room – report

A fire tore through Ghana's Ministry of Health headquarters in Accra on Saturday night, destroying the Ministry's server room and all its equipment. | Continue reading | 10 days ago

Nvidia and Google are still kings of AI hardware

The latest AI hardware from Nvidia and Google have set new records for the time taken to train machine learning models, according to new MLPerf benchmarks. | Continue reading | 10 days ago

US probes France’s proposed tech giant tax

The White House is launching an investigation into France’s proposed tax on internet giants like Google, Amazon and Facebook. | Continue reading | 10 days ago

Jaguar Land Rover developing AI mood detection to reduce driver stress

AI system alters cabin features such as heating and ventilation in response to drivers' facial expressions. | Continue reading | 10 days ago

Bosch's Battery in the Cloud for Electric Vehicles

Cloud-based battery service will counteract stress factors such as fast charging, excessive charge cycles and sporty driving styles. | Continue reading | 12 days ago

Half of organisations have incorporated ethics into AI strategy

A new IDC report has shed light on the importance of ethics to the AI strategies of organisations as they ramp up their use of the technology. | Continue reading | 12 days ago

Kubernetes – from internal project to world leader

Having recently celebrated its fifth birthday, the future looks bright for Kubernetes, says Carmine Rimi, Canonical. | Continue reading | 13 days ago

IE.F says governments have responsibility to prevent cloud market monopoly

The public sector should embrace multicloud to preserve competition in the cloud computing market, according to a new report. | Continue reading | 13 days ago

Lettuce-picking robot could plug agriculture labour gaps

Crops such as potatoes and wheat have been harvested mechanically at scale for decades, but iceberg lettuce has resisted automation. | Continue reading | 13 days ago

ICO fines BA £183m for 2018 data breach

BA is set to be fined more than £183 million over the data breach that saw 380,000 customer payment cards compromised. | Continue reading | 13 days ago

Harvard researchers have developed a 2cm polarization camera

Polarisation breakthrough has far reaching implications for atmospheric science, remote sensing, facial recognition and machine vision. | Continue reading | 15 days ago

Unlocking NHS service transformation with data

The issues of data, privacy and safety that emerge with digitising 22,000 individual healthcare organisations. | Continue reading | 16 days ago

Libra cryptocurrency users don’t have to trust Facebook, says social media giant

David Marcus said Facebook will have no “special rights or privileges” around Libra or the Calibra digital wallet linked to it. | Continue reading | 16 days ago

4shared storage app vehicle for global ad fraud operation

Upstream discovered the operation after blocking 114 million suspicious transactions originating from 4shared from 2 million unique devices. | Continue reading | 17 days ago

Percent of financial services customers prefer chatbots to humans

More than a third of financial services customers would prefer an instant response from an AI chatbot to waiting to speak to a human. | Continue reading | 17 days ago

Nestlé launches new blockchain platform, despite IBM Food Trust partnership

Unlike IBM Food Trust, that only provides supply chain data to authorised users, OpenSC makes the information available to everyone. | Continue reading | 18 days ago

More investment needed to defend vulnerable NHS from hackers, researchers warn

NHS Hospitals are at risk of further cyber attacks if systems are not updated and cyber skills and awareness not improved, researchers have warned. | Continue reading | 18 days ago

Cloudflare hit by another network issue

Network services provider Cloudflare is experiencing connection issues across its network, affecting millions of websites that rely on its services. | Continue reading | 18 days ago

Google Cloud to deliver managed Oracle data centre service with Atos

Google is partnering with technology partner Atos on the expansions, equipping the facilities with the company's BullSequana S servers to run the workloads. | Continue reading | 19 days ago

Equinix enters into $1bn venture with Singapore's sovereign wealth fund

Colocation company Equinix has entered into a $1bn (£0.79bn) joint venture to develop and operate data centres in Europe for hyperscale customers. | Continue reading | 19 days ago

75% of all databases will live in the cloud by 2022, Gartner says

Gartner said the increased use of databases for analytics and the software-as-a-service (SaaS) model is responsible for the trend. | Continue reading | 20 days ago

NTT Has Combined Dimension Data, NTT Communications, and NTT Security

Japanese telecommunications company NTT Corp has consolidated three of its businesses into a single $11 billion business. | Continue reading | 20 days ago

Mobile banking ‘to be more popular than high street branches by 2021’

In 2021, 59 percent of customers are expected to use mobile banking and 59 percent are predicted to use their branch. | Continue reading | 20 days ago

The competitive edge of ethical AI

Techerati spoke Michael Natusch, global head of AI at Prudential, to learn about the business benefits of ethical AI. | Continue reading | 22 days ago

What data centres can gain from innovations in Space

The challenges faced by space scientists have much in common with the challenges data centres are battling. | Continue reading | 23 days ago

Cisco security advisory for two critical flaws in Data Center Network Manager

A security researcher has found four vulnerabilities in Cisco's Data Center Network Manager (DCNM) software. | Continue reading | 23 days ago

GCP Releases Deep Learning Containers in Beta

The docker images, released in beta, work on cloud and on-premises and across GCP products and services. | Continue reading | 24 days ago

Extreme Networks to buy rival Aerohive for $272M

Extreme looks to Aerohive's automation capabilities to expand edge-to-cloud networking offering. | Continue reading | 24 days ago

Boeing to work on flying taxis with US firm Kitty Hawk

Boeing will collaborate with Kitty Hawk on future efforts to advance the safety of its proposed autonomous electric vehicle, Cora. | Continue reading | 24 days ago

Walmart China launches blockchain system for food safety

Walmart China and PwC join forces with VeChain to create a blockchain platform that tracks the quality and safety of products and agricultural produce. | Continue reading | 25 days ago

Hyperconverged infrastructure market grew by 46.7 percent YOY during Q1

Hyperconverged infrastructure sales boosted by hybrid IT popularity, IDC research suggests. | Continue reading | 25 days ago

The single biggest challenge facing data centre professionals today

Vertiv has released a mid-point update to its widely-cited data centre 2025 forecast. | Continue reading | 25 days ago

Sir Nick Clegg Calls for Big Tech Regulation but Defends Facebook

Facebook's VP of global affairs defended the company and said it had been the victim of a ‘tech lash’ of suspicion. | Continue reading | 26 days ago

Unlocking enterprise collaboration with cloud-based data warehouses

Cloud-based data storage and sharing technologies will soon be the beating heart of collaboration for organisations of all sizes. | Continue reading | 26 days ago

Cloudflare fixes outage that affected Discord and others

Among the sites affected by Cloudflare's network issue were Overcast, Discord, WP Engine, WP Engine and Sonassi. | Continue reading | 26 days ago

New Kubectl Vulnerability Discovered

Kubernetes vulnerability linked to incomplete patch of kubectl flaw discovered in March. | Continue reading | 27 days ago

Raspberry Pi 4 boasts 4K display output

The newest version of the Raspberry Pi has been announced, with the RPF claiming it is the world’s most affordable multimedia desktop PC. | Continue reading | 27 days ago

Unmasking Adversarial AI with Pin-Yu Chen

Machine learning models are vulnerable to attacks that could put lives at risk. As AI encroaches further into our lives, are we prepared? | Continue reading | 1 month ago

AI and machine learning are set to transform data management

AI-based data management thinks outside the box, offering more intelligent ways to manage business needs. | Continue reading | 1 month ago

Patented Universal Memory device uses 100 times less energy than DRAM

Researchers have created a Universal Memory device that could spell the end of the $100bn DRAM market. | Continue reading | 1 month ago

Cisco releases critical security alerts for DNA Center and SD-WAN software

Cisco has released critical security alerts for its DNA Center and SD-WAN software. | Continue reading | 1 month ago

Nine myths about prefabricated data centres debunked

The main challenge faced by prefabricated data centres is its historical perception as a narrow and inflexible ISO containerised product. | Continue reading | 1 month ago

Experts demand action to improve medical IoT security

The Nuffield Council on Bioethics has published a new briefing note on the cyber issues surrounding medical implants. | Continue reading | 1 month ago

Nokia migrates all phone data to Google Cloud region in Finland

Nokia is to move its phone data to a Google Cloud facility in Europe as part of a company plan to better protect customer data. | Continue reading | 1 month ago