How tech is trying to help tackle COVID-19

As the world confronts the health crisis of a generation in the form of the fast-spreading COVID-19 coronavirus, technology companies still remain firmly in the spotlight – but this time, not because of privacy scandals, digital tax wars, or dodgy positions on

Remote-working checklist

The office coffee machine has never been quieter at 10 o'clock in the morning on a weekday. As governments ask workers to stay confined to fight back against the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic, physical offices are shutting down

Why getting ahead in tech isn’t just about the programming languages you know

For IT professionals keen to progress there are many different routes to the top, and each requires a particular set of talents. So what should you focus on if you want to move up? Where should IT professionals

Google Chrome Will Automatically Scan Your Passwords Against Data Breaches

Google's password checking feature has slowly been spreading across the Google ecosystem this past year. It started as the "Password Checkup" extension for desktop versions of Chrome, which would audit individual passwords when you entered them, and several

Microsoft is redesigning the 100 icons used in Windows 10

Microsoft is redesigning the 100 icons used for its apps and tools Microsoft users can expect to see over 100 new icons for its mobile apps and Windows utility tools in the coming year. The company last year revealed

Ransomware: Cybercriminals are adding a new twist to their demands

Cybercriminals are adding a new twist to their demands Pay the ransom or we'll leak your data is the latest trend, warns cybersecurity company. Image: Emsisoft Ransomware could be getting even nastier: a security