Uber and Hyundai announced they are working on a flying taxi. Will their partnership make the stuff of sci-fi a reality or will regulation stand in the way?
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As Windows 7 draws its last breath, cybersecurity experts have been quick to advise users to upgrade, lest they fall prey to end-of-life vulnerabilities
Nathan Collier, a senior malware intelligence analyst at Malwarebytes has today published a blog detailing the firm’s findings on US government-funded smartphones
Facebook has announced that it will tackle the rise of problematic deepfakes on the site
From Elon Musk to Black Mirror and AI to IoT, 2019 has been quite the year at Top Business Tech. To kick start 2020, here’s a list of our most-read articles of last year.
RingCentral is streamlining omni-channel business communications and empowering enterprises with their leading-edge, award-winning solutions
With the end of the year fast approaching, industry leaders and experts contribute their predictions for 2020.
As part of our company profiles series, we interviewed CoinBurp to discuss how they are challenging crypto myths, how it stacks up to traditional currencies and its role in the ongoing Brexit saga.
Chinese news agency Xinhua has been using AI news reporters. Will they render their human colleagues obsolete one day?
We spoke with Alan Ranger, VP of Global Market Development at LivePerson, the global commerce and AI software company pioneering conversational commerce.
Top Business Tech was in attendance at Samsara 2019, an event held to showcase and stress test Gyana’s “no code” data platform, Vayu.
Labour has pledged to give every home and business in the UK full-fibre broadband by 2030 if elected
Hot on the heels of 5G, China are already in the research stage of the next next-generation of connectivity, 6G, furthering their claim of tech superiority.
The Labour Party has revealed that it has been the victim of a “sophisticated and large-scale cyberattack”
We have all experienced stress – pressure is a normal part of life and work. We look at three ways you can alleviate stress in the workplace with technology
Drone technology is moving at pace, bringing with it many opportunities. In the UK, however, regulators have been slow to react. Is this preventing widespread use among emergency services?
Facebook has announced that as many as 100 software developers may have improperly accessed and stored user data, including profile pictures and names.
VR is now finding itself at home in the classroom. Dev Clever has developed a suite of intelligent platforms to help young people find their perfect career.
Hong Kong students have developed a VR game which puts players on the frontline in the pro-democracy protests.
When thinking of eCommerce, the first thing that springs to mind isn’t AI or NLP, but simple online retailing. How are AISmartz changing that?