The UK's new innovation agency is set to have its funding approved, but experts say it will need focus and freedom to succeed.
The search engine giant is stepping up its interest in blockchain technologies. This could be a bid to stay relevant as the internet evolves.
The biggest deal in tech history is about much more than just gaming as Microsoft looks to metaverse.
The UK's early investment in quantum computing has paid off, but as the technology matures and other countries take a deeper interest, can it compete globally?
A House of Lords report has criticised Bank of England plans for a central bank digital currency for the UK. Will a 'digital pound' ever come to fruition?
Dr Philip Orumwense from Crown Commercial Service explains how government organisations are developing more sustainable supply chains.
Internet Watch Foundation CTO Dan Sexton explains his organisation's role in combating the spread of illegal images online.
Google's acquisition of Israeli security business Siemplify is more of a threat to security vendors than its cloud rivals, analysts say.
John Edwards took up his role as the UK's new Information Commissioner today, and is likely to have a lot on his plate as Britain's data rules are overhauled.
Fears that 5G networks may interfere with aircraft safety equipment have slowed roll-out in the US. Expect more disputes over spectrum access, an expert tells Tech Monitor.
The health cloud vertical has long been touted as a potentially profitable area for cloud hyperscalers. Oracle's purchase of Cerner could give it the edge.
Public sector AI deployments must be targeted and strategic, experts told Tech Monitor's Public Sector Technology Symposium 2021 event.