Nearly 50% of consumers feel unable to control their data, while a third have ditched suppliers in response to their data protection practices, according to a new global survey.
Consumers expect companies to protect them from phishing scams that exploit their brands, survey finds – and to compensate them when it happens.
China and other emerging economies are pushing ahead with adoption of 5G, but Britons have so far been waiting on the sidelines.
An external hacker could penetrate 91% of industrial companies’ networks, a new study reveals. And once inside, they could could obtain full control of industrial systems in 100% of cases.
Staff are becoming more open-minded to the role of AI in the workplace, but businesses still face significant hurdles to adopt the technology.
Semiconductors that can handle AI workloads are in demand for data centres and autonomous vehicles. VC funds are backing their manufacturers like never before.
The UK has issued the most open-banking licences in Europe, a new study finds, although it lags behind the Nordics in digital commerce.
5G will account for 21% of all mobile internet connections by 2025, the trade body predicts, as operators plough over 80% of their capital investment in 5G infrastructure.
Tech giants are investing heavily in fintech, potentially eroding legacy banks' positions in consumer finance even as they partner with them.