We should remember that devices only compute what has been programmed by people
The British Library has digitised part of its collection of globes, some of which have never been photographed before
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Many firms have had to scramble, and many more to fundamentally rethink what productivity looks like when you’re judged on output and not proximity
Houseparty, which allows spontaneous gatherings, is replicating social life for millions stuck indoors
The continent accounts for less than 1% of total available capacity despite being home to about 17% of the world’s population
Would a public digital database provide safeguards against sexual assault, or spark mayhem?
The robot will be tested for its ability to run inspections, detect leaks, gather data and generate reports
Competition is increasing in the emerging market for cloud-based play
Employees at a European facility have been asked to sign forms acknowledging that their work could cause mental-health issues
Cyber crime costs the global economy $2.9m every minute and 80% of these attacks are password related, writes Kate Thompson Ferreira
There are moves afoot to mend electronic goods rather than trash them, while data collection can reduce break-downs in future
Samsung seems to be leading the pack with its Ballie companion robot on show at CES tech fair last week
After decades of immunity from interference, a clampdown on this lucrative industry could soon follow
Skilled narrators are cashing in on the boom, but will robots become replacements?
World wide web founder Tim Berners-Lee is leading the pack in trying to instil some order in his ‘baby’
Game-streaming service launches across 14 countries but analysts question the business model.