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Analysis

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UK government calls for regulation of cryptocurrency ‘Wild West’

The UK government's Treasury Committee has called for greater regulation of cryptocurrencies, citing volatile prices, hacking vulnerabilities, minimal consumer protection, and money laundering risks...

Trade war: Boxing clever? US hits China with more tech tariffs

Chris Middleton explains why the technology sector is in the firing line of the US-China trade war, while Apple customers may get a shock...

Amazon launching 8 new Alexa smart home devices before Christmas

Amazon is planning to launch a number of new Alexa-powered devices in time for Christmas. The smart home devices are thought to include a microwave...

Robotics, A.I will create 58 million jobs, decimate middle-class careers: World...

The World Economic Forum predicts nearly 60 million extra jobs will be created by 2022, thanks to the Fourth Industrial Revolution. A new WEF report,...

The data self | The connected world and mobility: Ethical challenges

OPINION Simon Rogerson, professor emeritus in Computer Ethics at the Centre for Computing & Social Responsibility, De Montfort University, explains why 'the data self'...

IoT: Bringing the edge closer to the need | Ori Q&A

As artificial intelligence (AI) and the Internet of Things spread, edge computing has quickly established itself as a vital bridge between the cloud and...

Emotional A.I: Mei messaging assistant warns of personality changes

Malek Murison reports on how a new AI system, Mei, could help people understand each other better when they use technology to communicate. But...

IoT security: How to beat crypto-jacking attacks | Expert panel

Cyber criminals are increasingly hijacking computing power to mine cryptocurrencies. The impact is much greater than firms might think, warns Kate O’Flaherty. But what...

Zero Emissions: UK launches £25m competition for green battery tech

The British government has launched a £25 million funding competition to develop new battery technologies for next-gen electric vehicles. Announced today and opening on 17...

UK getting green number plates, e-bike funds in green transport push

Chris Middleton reports on how green number plates for low-emission vehicles could help make our crowded towns and cities better for all. Meanwhile, the...

AR beating VR in immersive tech battle, says Capgemini

Immersive technologies are moving from "hypothetical to pragmatic use" in industrial companies, with AR emerging as the early winner, says a new Capgemini report....

UPDATED | Google at 20: Going back to its roots as...

UPDATED 12 SEPTEMBER As Google turns 20 with a new search engine launch, Chris Middleton looks at what it has been up to lately...
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