SOFTWARE

Still the One: Why Java is sticking around

Process and community, as well as tools, are the reasons for Java’s longevity

BUSINESS MANAGEMENT

Apple-Mc: Apple, McLaren and the trouble with hybrid deals...

A long history tells us that crossing businesses is a tricky proposition

WIRELESS TECHNOLOGIES

Fitness tracker failures won’t stop the Quantified Self...

It won’t make you thin, but sharing our data is now habitual.

BUSINESS MANAGEMENT

Line-of-business: Software for the people

George Mathew, President and COO of Alteryx offers his personal experience on the generational shift in software development

BUSINESS PROCESS AUTOMATION

It’s time for drivers to learn new skills

The driverless economy is coming, and drivers need to be ready for change.

BUSINESS MANAGEMENT

Tech startups in Berlin, Part 2: The infrastructure

Infrastructure strength is balanced by funding challenges in the German city

BUSINESS MANAGEMENT

Tech Startups in Berlin, Part 1: The Workforce

A close-up look at Berlin's aspirations to become Europe's leading tech startup hub

SECURITY

The real meaning of… Ransomware

Why we can trust nobody in the confidence trickster ridden cyber world

BUSINESS MANAGEMENT

Quotes of the week: “Don’t worry about me.”

Some of the best quotes from the tech industry this week

BUSINESS MANAGEMENT

Rant: A mudflat near Timbuktu is the next Silicon Valley…...

Why, despite the promise, nowhere is going to replace Silicon Valley anytime soon

WIRELESS TECHNOLOGIES

News Roundup: AI takes jobs, Twitter streams, Digg’s alive...

A roundup of the week’s news including AI as jobs killer and Microsoft’s health tracker maybe being treated as terminal

INTERNET

Is China trying to shut down the internet?

Bruce Schneier thinks someone is learning how to take down the internet.

INTERNET

Singapore's cut-off from the internet is not so crazy

Singapore is taking 100,000 government computers offline. Is this wise or foolish?

BUSINESS MANAGEMENT

Pivotal’s London move bets on a cooling in offshoring

Rob Mee, CEO of software development company Pivotal, invests in London and expects a boom in collaborative coding

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Martin Veitch is editorial director of IDG Connect.He has spent over 20 years writing about technology and business. He has interviewed Steve Ballmer, Michael Dell, Marc Benioff and many other luminaries of the tech sector and has held senior roles at publications including CIO, ZDnet and IT Week.

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