The Conservatives, Labour and the Liberal Democrats are set to address address the Confederation of British Industry conference today in London.
The National Security Commission on Artificial Intelligence (AI) warns that US government R&D funding is not sufficient and that the threat from China is growing.
New York - like many other major cities across the world - is facing a housing crisis, with renters suffering terrible conditions. How can open data help?
Tired of electioneering tweets yet? Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey is pulling the plug on political ads.
MPs on the House of Commons Treasury Select Committee reveal the findings of their investigation into the failure of IT services at the UK’s financial institutions.
UK government demands answers over Facebook's 'no fact checking politicians' policy as Zuckerberg comes under fire in the US Congress
The DCMS Select Committee is on his case again, but Mark Zuckerberg's big problem yesterday was in the US Congress.
In response to the opposition’s view that not enough is being done to regulate the Internet of Things, Stuart Lauchlan reports on the government’s defence.
Labour's Chi Onwurah outlines the argument for regulating the Internet of Things in this first of a special two part report.
techUK urges Sajid Javid to move away from the UK's plans to go it alone on Digital Services Tax.
In a digital age, public sector stakeholders must ensure that facts and data underpin their decision-making.
The advent of the G-Cloud and a stricter procurement policy sought to break up the original Oligopoly a decade ago. But do the same rules apply to Oligopoly 2.0?
Some of the world’s largest social media platforms, including Facebook and YouTube, have said that it isn’t appropriate for them to police what world leaders say online.
Whilst the media obsesses over how robots are coming for all of our jobs, a new government-backed report claims that we actually have too few robots in the workplace.
Reports that claimed data could be scooped up from GOV.UK to help the Prime Minister’s campaign is not true, say GDS and civil service bosses