Nicholas Fearn is a freelance technology journalist and copywriter from the Welsh valleys. His work has appeared in publications such as the FT, the Independent, the Daily Telegraph, the Next Web, T3, Android Central, Computer Weekly, and many others. He also happens to be a diehard Mariah Carey fan. You can follow Nicholas on Twitter.
In-depth As adoption of connected devices skyrockets, technology manufacturers hold an increasingly important role in defending against security threats
In-depth AI brings a new dimension to the balance between security and privacy, with boundaries of acceptable behaviour yet to be set
In-depth They're touted as the future of cyber security, but how much they will increase safety is in dispute
In-depth Whether it's spying, disruption or economic sabotage, companies are increasingly at risk of state-sponsored cyber attacks
In-depth Just months after it was first pledged, the PM's plan to "unleash full-fibre” across the country has all but disappeared. What went wrong?
In-depth Some sectors may be upping sticks for the continent, but the tone in tech is far more upbeat
In-depth Urban IoT promises to provide better healthcare, utilities, education and policing, but the cost to privacy could be high
In-depth AI and folding displays are about to redefine our relationship with mobile technology
In-depth Being open about the data you process isn't just a box ticking exercise, it's a means to build customer trust
In-depth From cost management to gaining new insights, Big Data is becoming an invaluable business tool
In-depth Where do businesses' responsibilities lie when it comes to protecting the national interest?
In-depth With the UK now the most targeted region for cyber attacks, cooperation with the EU post-Brexit is critical
In-depth Experts say dishonest advertising stymies innovation and artificially inflates the value of lower-grade connections