UK cybercrime study reveals substantial financial losses for the public

A novel investigation into the prevalence of UK cybercrime has revealed a financial loss of £5.7m to British people and businesses in 2021.

US Army researchers enhance vehicle cybersecurity with machine-learning

Researchers have developed an innovative machine learning technique that provides significantly more robust cybersecurity for vehicles.

New wireless charging device re-energises several appliances at once

The advancement of a novel transmitter may potentially revolutionise wireless charging by re-energising multiple devices simultaneously.

Cybercrime study reveals rise in incidents during COVID-19 pandemic

A study has discovered that cybercrime has been exacerbated during the COVID-19 pandemic, highlighting the need for robust cybersecurity.

Advancements in solid-state-based quantum computer development 

Researchers have made significant progress in developing stable European industry-scale fabrication value chains for solid-state-based quantum computer development. 

UK government hold China responsible for Microsoft cyber-attack

The UK government has announced they and its allies are inculpating China for the cyber-attack experienced by Microsoft earlier in the year.

UK Cyber industry receives substantial government backing

UK cyber businesses have been provided a substantial investment of £700k by the UK government to significantly enhance the sector.

The Open University predicts the future’s most in-demand jobs

The most in-demand future jobs have been forecasted by the Open University's future trends predictor, revealing coveted career paths.

Enhancing information storage with the world’s smallest technology

Researchers have manufactured the world's smallest technology – just two atoms thick – creating new methods of storing information.

Combatting the illegal timber trade with blockchain operating platform

The illegal timber trade causes devastation worldwide; now, iov43 have developed a blockchain operating platform to eradicate it.

How digital twins of cities can help to improve urban mobility

Digital twins enable city planners to test future measures in a virtual environment, shaping urban mobility sustainably and managing it efficiently.

Groundbreaking creation of world’s first compact quantum computer

Researchers at the University of Innsbruck have succeeded in developing the world’s first compact quantum computer.

Boosting quantum computer capabilities with a standard desktop

Scientists have developed an efficient computing method, combining the power of a quantum computer with the reliability of a conventional PC.

Fast-beam-switching transceiver advances 5G communications

Researchers at Tokyo Institute of Technology and NEC Corporation have developed a 28-GHz phased-array transceiver that advances the efficiency and reliability of 5G communications.

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