Technology - Archive

March 2019 articles

Apple has updated its wireless Airpods headphones before a likely launch of its very own streaming service. [...]

20 March

Distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) cyber attacks may now cost the UK economy more than £1bn every year, new research has revealed. [...]

20 March

The majority of Brits are still sceptical about driverless cars ever being allowed to become truly “autonomous”, according [...]

20 March

Google has been hit with a €1.49bn (£1.28bn) fine for abusing its dominant online advertising market position. [...]

20 March

HMRC’s programme to make tax digital continues to roll out. [...]

20 March

Google has announced a video game streaming service called Stradia as the tech giant attempts to challenge Sony and Microsoft [...]

19 March

Hyundai has today moved up a gear in the global race to manufacture driverless cars, as it teams up with Russian tech giant Yandex. [...]

19 March

The UK’s plans for building a 5G mobile network are putting national security at risk, Trump officials have warned, as the [...]

19 March

Streaming giant Netflix has said it will not make its films and TV shows available on Apple’s on-demand video platform, as [...]

19 March

Fallen social media giant Myspace has admitted to losing 12 years worth of music following a botched server migration. [...]

19 March

The first, second and third industrial revolutions all forged paths for momentous progress, driven by human ingenuity in manufacturing, [...]

19 March

Last week saw the release of the government-commissioned Furman Review into digital competition. [...]

19 March

The UK’s media regulation must be overhauled to protect public service broadcasters from rivals such as Netflix, the BBC chairman [...]

18 March

A third of small businesses in the UK have no cyber security strategies in place, a new report has found. [...]

18 March

Ride-hailing platform Lyft expects to raise as much as $2bn (£1.5bn) when it floats on the New York Stock Exchange later this [...]

18 March