A US government decision to block eight Chinese quantum companies on security grounds highlights the growing threat posed by quantum computing.
As telecoms companies look to a future in the cloud, Nokia's new subscription service may help it cash in on this growing trend.
IBM says its new quantum chip will overtake classical computers in two years. Tech leaders should be starting to consider whether quantum computing can help their business, experts advise.
More UK businesses are embracing UAVs as part of their work. Regulatory changes could help spur further growth in the UK drone economy.
Though the space industry is changing rapidly, geostationary satellite pioneer Inmarsat remains a key player in the sector. Its sale to a US rival would be a blow for Britain.
Destination Earth will provide unprecedented insights on how climate change will impact the continent. But first it needs the computing power.
After historic buildings in the Lebanese capital were damaged in a warehouse explosion last year, a French start-up is supporting the reconstruction effort with high-resolution 3D modelling of key sites.
The social media giant plans to create 10,000 new jobs in the EU to support its metaverse strategy but the field is facing a 'talent drought'.
Carmakers are collecting increasing amounts of data from connected vehicles. But legislation around how this data can be used is lacking.
Technologies including blockchain and digital twins can help companies boost their supply chain resilience but will require collaboration between partners.
Announced today by mayor Sadiq Khan, the new Emerging Technology Charter for London aims to provide companies with guidelines on how to implement smart city tech with fairness and transparency.