INTERNET

News Roundup: WikiLeaks, cyber treaties, and robots on ice...

A roundup of the week’s tech news including African tech funding, Dislike buttons, and Samsung recycling.

MOBILE APPLICATIONS

Will Snap crack after its IPO pop?

The Snapchat maker has a market cap of over $30bn but the battle for stickiness never ends

CYBERCRIME

Cyber-screening: Putting security on the M&A agenda

As cybercrime becomes more commonplace, properly assessing a company’s security must become part of the mergers and acquisitions process

INTERNET

News Roundup: MWC, space ransomware, and Bitcoin vs gold...

A roundup of the week’s tech news including scary robots, return of the PDA, and Snap Inc cameras.

SOFTWARE

This month in tech history: 31 March 1995 – Bob is born...

In March 1995, Microsoft released “Bob”. He wasn’t well liked.

INTERNET

News Roundup: IoT mousetraps, Robo-races, and drones with...

A roundup of the week’s tech news including Trump domain squatting, cars & Doom, and Swedish data centers.

HUMAN RESOURCES

Oscar-tipped Hidden Figures is bang on the (negative) tech...

Nominated for Best Picture this weekend, ‘historical drama’ Hidden Figures, covers a raft of pertinent issues such as automation, women in tech (and the weirdly...

INTERNET

News roundup: A Digital Geneva Convention, the new new graphene,...

A roundup of the week’s tech news including good guy Sundar, President Bezos, and NSFW tech Valentines.

INTERNET

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

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

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.

HUMAN RESOURCES

United We Stand – Nutanix CEO reacts to the Trump ban

Nutanix CEO Dheeraj Pandey fears for the future of America but says ‘This too shall pass’

HUMAN RESOURCES

Trump’s ban risks isolating US tech

Restrictions on travel to America threaten its reputation for open doors that helped the growth of the tech sector

INTERNET

News Roundup: Samsung batteries, Raspberry AI, and Heartbeat...

A roundup of the week's tech news including Alexa the Trekkie, and robots with googly eyes.

BUSINESS MANAGEMENT

From finance to people accelerator: The CFO’s evolving role...

The CFO today has to work closely with HR and monitor staff performance

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