The new General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) is the reason why in the past weeks your inbox has been filled with privacy emails. But which data rights does it establish exactly?
With fifth generation mobile networks (5G) launching at the end of the year in some countries, researchers in Finland are already working on the next generation of coverage, 6G. Move over 5G, 6G is coming through.
Algorithms can now determine what music will next be a hit. Researchers from the University of California, Irvine, have discovered a formula capable of predicting success in contemporary music.
Managers and coaches entering the FIFA World Cup will soon be able to view real-time player stats during matches.
Wine merchants and food futurologists think new technologies could change the way you drink wine forever. In the not-so-distant future, you might eat a bottle of wine after drinking it.
The developers of the popular free-to-play multiplayer game Fortnite have announced the biggest-ever prize pot in eSports history, which is twice as big as Wimbledon’s.
A British non-profit is debuting an app for young people with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) this summer. OCD Action, the UK’s largest charity for obsessive- compulsive disorder, designed the app to supplement the treatment of sufferers aged 13-25.
According to the Mayor of London website, “a ‘Smarter London’ uses data for good growth”; but a third of Londoners believe that collecting personal data to improve public services is a bad idea.