Ayesha Salim


Ayesha Salim is Staff Writer at IDG Connect


Wireless Technologies

CEO of Sentient: AI is Not Replacing Human Intelligence

Antoine Blondeau, CEO of AI start up Sentient discusses the future of artificial intelligence.


Mobile Working

Microsoft is Moving on With Acompli

Microsoft has acquired email app startup Acompli - and firmly cemented its place in the mobile space.


Web Servers

Firefox and Yahoo!: A New Life For Both?

Firefox has ditched Google and partnered up with Yahoo instead. Will this new alliance shake up the industry?


Handheld Devices

Google Glass: All Talk No Action?

It's been two years since the announcement of Google Glass but where is it now?


Mobile Applications

Figure 1: Medical Photo App For Doctors By Doctor

Ayesha Salim speaks with Dr Joshua Landy, a Canadian intensive care doctor, about his app which enables healthcare professionals to share photos of symptoms.


Mobile Applications

Female Russian Tech Entrepreneur Talks Startups

Interview with a female tech entrepreneur who has left Russia to launch a business in Berlin



Google a Day Keeps Apple at Bay?

Apple and Google are both trying to win the healthcare race but who will be the winner?


Software & Web Development

Celebrating Grace Hopper: A Programming Genius

We take a look back at the contributions of Grace Murray Hopper to computer science.



UK: Electronic Reporting For GPs?

We speak to Niche Health about its new records management system for Primary Care.


Social Networks

Moscow Trip: Struggling Identity or Plain Censorship?

Claims of state-control and censorship follow Russia everywhere but what is the truth? Ayesha Salim spends a week in Moscow to find out.

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