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Law enforcement agencies are enthusiastic first adoptors of drone technology. What precedents are they setting for the conduct of corporate UAVs in our skies?
Neither the US or China is likely to become self-sufficient in semiconductors but global leadership would give either side the edge in the digital economy.
Microsoft is targeting consumer platforms in a bid to lock in the next generation of business users.
The insurance industry is a digital laggard, but a UK government scheme for financial services could extend cooperation between major insurers and tech start-ups
Unexpectedly, UN countries signed on to a Russia-brokered cybersecurity agreement. But it wasn't easy and not everyone is happy.
The four main contenders "missed opportunity" to address the pledges in the new London Tech Manifesto.
Three Tui flights were overloaded after its booking system classified anyone with the honorific 'Miss' as a child. "Technologies discriminate by design."
Combined with regulatory hurdles in China, the UK's national security investigation could prompt SoftBank to rethink its sale of Arm to NVIDIA.
A new partnership between Google and Siemens aims to bring more AI to factories, but problems with legacy systems and skills shortages could hold it back
Start-up founders increasingly view ESG as an important factor in their fundraising. But the venture capital industry is still determining what ESG means to them.
Though aimed at China, a new bill emphasising US national data security could spell trouble for Europe.
The first step in any organisation’s data strategy is understanding why they use it, writes Caroline Carruthers, CEO of data advisory Carruthers and Jackson.
In the face of growing trade restrictions online, the Digital Economic Partnership Agreement between Chile, New Zealand and Singapore is opening digital borders.
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