OPEN SOURCE

The real meaning of… Open Source

O stands for Open Source, Object Oriented Programming and Obfuscation

DATA PRIVACY AND SECURITY

Facebook in trouble over new WhatsApp privacy policy

WhatsApp’s decision to share more data with its parent company Facebook is being investigated by the UK’s Information Commissioner

INTERNET

News Roundup: Facebook IoT, self-assembling phones, and...

A roundup of the week’s tech news including God vs. Norwegian internet, drone faults, and eWaste medals.

WIRELESS TECHNOLOGIES

Rant: The long road ahead for driverless cars

The notion that driverless cars will be pervasive fails to take into consideration… everything

SECURITY

Quotes of the week: “Apple is the NSA of AI.”

Some of the best quotes from the tech industry this week

ANALYTICS SOFTWARE

Microsoft Excel errors dog important science research

The Microsoft Excel analytics story might finally have become important

BUSINESS MANAGEMENT

Why execs need to factor availability into the digital transformation...

Don’t forget the crucial platform of being always on when pursuing transformation projects

OPEN SOURCE

Linux at 25 is no longer a cancer or scare story

The OSS operating system has reached its quarter-century but reached maturity a decade ago

CYBERCRIME

The South China Sea: A new hacking hotspot

Evidence points to China’ new area of focus on its neighbours

WIRELESS TECHNOLOGIES

Can an egg-shaped drone take on DJI?

PowerVision’s Da Vinci-inspired PowerEgg wants to be the drone for the masses.

BUSINESS MANAGEMENT

Losing CIOs to startups could be costly

Digital disruptors are benefiting from CIO knowledge

INTERNET

We Were Mostly Wrong: Looking back at 25 years on the web...

The World Wide Web is 25 years old and our old assumptions have changed

ANTI-VIRUS SOLUTIONS

Does ransomware make antivirus obsolete?

Antivirus and whitelisting are the keys to stopping ransomware in its tracks, argues one expert

MEDICAL DEVICES

Person-to-object interface: Next gen bionics for amputees...

How Cambridge Bio-Augmentation System is looking to solve the disconnect between artificial limbs and the people they’re attached to

STORAGE SECURITY

The real meaning of… NAND

N is for the NAND gate scandal that the Pentagon tried to hide

INTERNET

News Roundup: Uber wars, Google’s new OS, and unHappy Meals...

A roundup of the week’s tech news including drone houses, new VR Intel, and AA battery-powered headgear.

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