Microsoft has explained how it is working with the National Institute of Standards and Technologies (NIST) to drive the adoption of Zero Trust models under a recent Presidential Executive Order.
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Apple has provided more details about its child safety photo scanning technologies that have been drawing some fire from critics. It has also described the end-to-end flow of its review process.
After another Nobelium cyberattack, Microsoft has emphasized the need to differentiate between "espionage as usual" acts and crippling attacks like SolarWinds. It has encouraged cloud adoption too.
The UK government said it's looking to change legislation to allow for the construction of bigger mobile masts to boost coverage in rural areas, ultimately aiming to eradicate mobile not-spots.
The law firm Foxglove is making a legal challenge against the British government because it's concerned that MPs are side-stepping archiving laws using self-destructing messages on chat apps.
The analyst firm Gartner has said that it expects IT spending by governments to increase by 5.1% this year as they invest more in devices and telecoms to let employees get work done from home.
Valve and Sony have announced the launch of Steam China and PlayStation 5 in China, respectively. The former currently hosts around 40 games that have been approved by the government.
The anti-DDoS firm, Cloudflare, has launched a new tool called Waiting Room. The feature can be used to help websites protect against a deluge of traffic by forcing people to wait in a queue.
Microsoft has disclosed details of three cases where it fought secrecy orders issued by the U.S. government accessing customer data. The orders came from federal courts in Maryland and New York.
Microsoft is launching ACTS, which is a long-term initiative to use new and emerging technologies like cloud, AI, machine learning, and data visualization to detect and curb corruption.
The UK government has created a new unit within the Competition and Markets Authority which will regulate big tech firms. The government said that the body will boost innovation and consumer choice.
The UK government has announced that it's scaling back ambitions to deploy gigabit broadband to 100% of residences by 2025. Instead, it has set a new target of 85% but the budget is unchanged.
In a sternly worded letter, Microsoft has urged world leaders to unite and take action against cybercrime groups from North Korea and Russia, among others, which are attacking healthcare institutions.
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Samsung Display can now supply smartphone OLED panels to Huawei as it has received the necessary license from the U.S. Department of Commerce after the latter imposed export curbs on Huawei.
The UK government has revealed that around 7.5 million premises in the UK are now ready for gigabit broadband. It has invested £1 billion between 2018 and 2021 and plans to spend £5 billion more.
The UK government has announced £30 million in funding to help innovative projects that utilise 5G technologies. A second round of funding for projects has been mentioned with details due in Q3 2020.
The UK government has come to an arrangement with several mobile operators, including EE and O2, that will allow customers to access nine victim support websites without using up their mobile data.
Smartphone manufacturers shipped 40.8 million devices in April, compared to 34.8 million in April 2019. This data signals return to normalcy in the country for the consumer hardware market.
The UK government has partnered up with game developers in order to tell gamers to stay at home. Players will see in-game content bearing the government's COVID-19 slogan 'Stay At Home, Save Lives'.
The UK government is calling on social media firms to do more to tackle 5G-related conspiracy theories. It will hold virtual meetings with representatives from tech firms this week.
People in the UK have begun receiving a text message from the government telling them to stay in unless they need to go out. It had to work with carriers as it hasn't got an emergency alert system.
The UK government and several mobile operators have announced the Shared Rural Network which aims to provide 4G mobile coverage in rural areas around the country. It will cost £1 billion.
A new report from a House of Commons committee in the UK has found that drones pose a disproportionate danger to helicopters than other aircraft. Contributors recommended new legislation in response.
The UK's digital regulator, Ofcom, could gain new powers next year which will allow it to fine tech companies that fail to remove inappropriate content from their platforms that children may see.
Microsoft's new partnership with ServiceNow will see both companies employing each other's services for various purposes. Enterprise and government sectors are said to especially benefit from this.
Dr Ian Levy from GCHQ has cast some doubts on Huawei's 5G future in the UK. His comments come a month in advance of a government decision on whether Huawei should be barred from the UK's 5G network.
The UK is currently reviewing whether to ban Huawei from providing hardware for telecom networks. Mobile carriers have warned a ban for Huawei would lead to increased costs and significant delays.
The UK has inched ever closer to advanced trials of self-driving cars on its public roads. The Department for Transport said it's developing a process to begin trials on public roads soon.
Microsoft President, Brad Smith, has spoken out against activists who asked Microsoft not to sell facial recognition technologies to governments. He responded saying they should, but cautiously.
The UK government is to begin encouraging public sector organisations to use Office 365. Microsoft outlined that the move would save the government money, enhance co-operation, and bolster security.
Mobile devices that have not been approved by the Pakistan Telecommunications Authority will be blocked from using cellular services after October 20, unless their IMEI number is verified before then.
Reports claim that the Bangladeshi government has blocked mobile internet in some regions after protests against the killing of two students in a road accident turned violent, with over 100 injured.
Good news for ZTE! President Trump and President Xi are now working together to help resolve the issues surrounding phone maker after it announced that it would be ceasing operations in the U.S.
The South Korean government has rejected a proposal to ban cryptocurrency trading in the country which was alluded to by the justice minister. The country will more tightly regulate the market.
A new report by the Royal Society has urged the British Government to spend more money on computing programming education in schools after it found 54% of schools did not offer lessons in the subject.
The messaging service was asked to comply with the government's order of sharing the user data. The company has been fined for 800,000 rubles ($14,000) but, its founder intends to fight the ruling.
The UK government is expecting to introduce age verification measures for those wishing to access porn websites in the country. The move is meant to protect children but privacy is a glaring issue.
Tim Cook said in a recent interview that Apple has assisted UK law enforcement with its investigation into who was involved with the latest terrorist attack at London Bridge on Saturday.