A Finnish company has developed a platform that collects information about website visitors and turns it into sales leads
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Detroit, Omaha and Charlotte are piloting a collaborative urban mobility management system
Loceye uses biometric eye-tracking to see what people seem to like or not on webpages
A new company is developing a way to allow anyone to sell their unused computing capacity
Malware protection for companies’ weakest link, its apps and third-party programs
NatWest is piloting using customers’ fingerprints to approve bank card purchases over £30
A smartphone as a wallet for cryptocurrencies
UK startup builds a more secure, peer-to-peer internet
Jails will be equipped with smart cameras and biometric tracking devices
Researchers develop an algorithm to reconstruct an object blocked from view
We spoke to entrepreneur Jeff Hagins of Woven to find out how creating a system of distributed digital identity could prevent data breaches and replace the need for other types of cybersecurity solutions in the future.
In an increasingly digital world the threat of cyber attacks will also rise to impose on new levels of technology. In our latest Tech Explained, find out how cybersecurity works to protect against unauthorised access.
A new service uses cryptography to eliminate employee passwords and ensure security.
A new type of bank card features a CVV that changes frequently to prevent fraud.
A startup enlists locals to help it create better maps of business locations and details.
Refugees without protected statuses or identities could gain access to financial services with this innovative blockchain technology.
A simple home system could mean the difference of survival for those in poorer regions.
An encrypted messaging platform has released a new feature that hides a user’s identity from the app.
Springwise takes a look at Singapore as a potential innovation hub of the future, with key examples of remarkable innovation from the city-state.
This app could help users have a clearer idea of their digital identity.
A new menstrual pad collects period blood for diagnostic testing on a subscription basis.
This algorithmic personal data agent could help users take back control of their personal data online.