Process and community, as well as tools, are the reasons for Java’s longevity
A long history tells us that crossing businesses is a tricky proposition
It won’t make you thin, but sharing our data is now habitual.
The driverless economy is coming, and drivers need to be ready for change.
Infrastructure strength is balanced by funding challenges in the German city
We look at some of the highlights of this weekend’s FutureFest
Why we can trust nobody in the confidence trickster ridden cyber world
Why, despite the promise, nowhere is going to replace Silicon Valley anytime soon
A roundup of the week’s news including AI as jobs killer and Microsoft’s health tracker maybe being treated as terminal
Bruce Schneier thinks someone is learning how to take down the internet.
Singapore is taking 100,000 government computers offline. Is this wise or foolish?
Rob Mee, CEO of software development company Pivotal, invests in London and expects a boom in collaborative coding