Acquisition for undisclosed sum latest in Big Red's foray into marketing
Oracle has bought a UK biz that claims to help firms avoid putting their ads next to dodgy images or content – just as the marketing tech industry faces increased scrutiny and uncertainty.…
Google adds security measures to minimise the risk of data-protection breaches in its mail service.
Summer's almost here, and it's time to put the top down. Here are 13 of our favorite droptops for warm-weather days.
Continuous Lifecycle puts real business at heart of the agenda
Event If you’re ever wondered whether traditional companies are at a disadvantage when it comes to exploiting the latest software development and deployment strategies, you should get yourself down to our Continuous Lifecycle London conference in three weeks' time.…
Last week, we learned that an impressive slate of Silicon Valley investors was pouring $133 million into Basis, a company that aims to create a cryptocurrency with a stable value against the dollar.
It's easy to see why investors would be excited about a project like this. If successful, it would provide all the benefits of conventional cryptocurrencies without the volatility that plagues bitcoin and its competitors today. Demand for such a cryptocurrency could easily outstrip demand for conventional cryptocurrency, since volatility is one of their big weaknesses.
But there's no guarantee that the Basis project will succeed. Lots of people have tried to create stablecoins in the past, with generally poor results.
Data startup reckons public sector has over 1,000 contracts
The British government has received a grilling over its exposure to 1,000 plus Capita contracts, following a pre-tax loss of £515m reported by the outsourcing giant yesterday.…
Looking for a new game to play on your phone or tablet? Here are our picks of the best mobile games.
The UK is looking at its own sat-nav system if the EU locks it out of Galileo because of Brexit.
The rule change comes as new data privacy rules roll out in the EU next month.
Gizmo ideal for diagnosing disease in remote areas
Researchers have come up with an optical gadget which, when attached to a smartphone, can check samples for 12 infectious diseases at once.…
Put it this way: I nearly dozed off on the job trying it out.
Spear and LeComber stumbled on the thin-film-transistor liquid-crystal display 40 years ago
Every time you use a smartphone, glance at your smart watch, fire up a computer, watch TV or endure a PowerPoint presentation, you experience a little bit of Dundee.…
This industrial cooker is able to achieve the magical "wok hei" flavor that Chinese chefs rave about.
Didn't realise IT was only thing were supposed to refurbish
A dastardly duo running IT recycling businesses that pilfered nearly £145,000 in VAT and laundered cash for a gang of fraudsters face years behind bars, HMRC confirmed today.…
The two top wireless noise-canceling headphones face off in this head-to-head comparison.
Russians poised to fire intercontinental ballistic missile... into space with Sentinel-3 sat on board
Ahhhahaha, had you going then
The European Space Agency (ESA) is all a-quiver at the prospect of the second Sentinel-3 satellite launch, due this evening atop a Russian Rockot launcher.…
The AirPods finally have some competition. See how they stack up against the highly rated Jabra Elite 65t.
Cook's Cupertino crew corrects coding cockups
Apple has issued a trio of updates to patch security vulnerabilities in Safari, macOS, and iOS.…
Fans of OnePlus can also purchase tickets to attend the official unveiling.
Rude awakening – yet again – for American DNS supremo
ICANN has been told for a second time that it must fundamentally change its Whois service to become compliant with Europe's incoming privacy law – and do so within the next month.…