SOFTWARE

The power of artificial intelligence at work

Why AI is better suited for the workplace than at home.

INTERNET

News Roundup: Samsung batteries, internet trolls, and digital...

A roundup of the week’s tech news including ASCII hackers, telepresence drones, and Portal.

BUSINESS MANAGEMENT

Quiz of the week: 10th February

Test your knowledge of the week’s tech news

BUSINESS MANAGEMENT

Quotes of the Week: “You lie!”

Some of the best quotes from the tech industry this week

SECURITY

Security companies may need to find new ways to educate...

Verizon’s second annual Data Breach Digest aims to tell the real-life stories behind the security stats

WIRELESS TECHNOLOGIES

What tech does a city need in order to be classed as 'smart'?...

Gavin Wheeldon, CEO at Purple, takes a look at the rise of smart cities

DATABASES

Windbags withstanding, blockchain isn’t a panacea for world...

Despite the hype (and mind melting complexity) blockchain isn’t the answer to every problem you’ve ever thought of

ANTI-VIRUS SOLUTIONS

First-generation sandbox solutions do not beat evasive malware...

Malware writers and sandbox providers are engaged in a bitter fight over your network

TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT

TechUK President: Diversity makes good business sense

Getting more girls into STEM makes practical sense, says TechUK’s Jacqueline de Rojas.

APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT

Where will the ‘killer app’ of chatbots come from?

Expedia examines the growth of chatbots so far and suggests the travel sector is quietly leading the way forward

INTERNET

News Roundup: Tech’s response to Trump’s immigration ban...

A roundup of the week’s tech news including robots on wheels, driverless disengagements, and Amazon & Apache.

SOCIAL NETWORKS

Rant: Superb Twitter merits public service status

Twitter may not be prospering but it is a hugely valuable global utility that deserves protection

IT & SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT

This month in tech history: February 1959 – Integrated circuit...

In February 1959, Jack Kilby filed a patent application called "miniaturized electronic circuits" for his work on a multi-transistor device.

DATA INTEGRATION

Only Connect: The challenge of making connected cars a reality...

A new approach to IP networking will be needed for connected cars to flourish

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