AI and IoT: Helping or hindering the climate change journey?

Green IT

AI and IoT: Helping or hindering the climate change journey?

Addressing climate change has become a top priority. Is emerging tech helping or hindering our progress?

Blacklist: US efforts to cripple Chinese surveillance and AI

Market Analysis

Blacklist: US efforts to cripple Chinese surveillance and AI

A look at the most recent Chinese high-tech companies to have been blacklisted by Washington over alleged human-rights abuses.

News roundup: Huawei gets green light to deal with some US suppliers, including Microsoft

News

News roundup: Huawei gets green light to deal with some US suppliers, including Microsoft

A round up of this week's technology news including Huawei's latest reprieve, Google's 'micro-targeting' ban, and Alphabet's Loon Balloons.

How startups are helping close Latin America's skills gap

Training and Development

How startups are helping close Latin America's skills gap

Here's a look at how startups in Latin America are flourishing by providing alternative education opportunities and addressing the skills gap.

What's behind Teradata's Hadoop volte-face?

Data management

What's behind Teradata's Hadoop volte-face?

Data warehouse giant Teradata has ridden a wave of hype with Hadoop. But now it says customers should jettison the poster-child of the big data boom. Lindsay Clark...

How to win friends - can using social tools really stimulate productivity at work?

Workforce Planning and Management

How to win friends - can using social tools really stimulate productivity at work?

Social media is supposed to undermine productivity not enable it, so can social tools really make a positive difference to the workplace?

News roundup: Google's one-two privacy punch featuring heath data and the banking sector

News

News roundup: Google's one-two privacy punch featuring heath data and the banking sector

A round up of this week's technology news including Google's new privacy concerns, Singapore's AI ambitions, and a new Motorola Razr.

Google's quantum leap

Quantum

Google's quantum leap

53-qubit quantum computer outperforms classical computing, in a highly specific way.

Policymakers love tech startups - but are they buying from the innovators?

Business Management

Policymakers love tech startups - but are they buying from the innovators?

Policymakers are keen to talk up the potential of the UK, but when it comes to handing out contracts for IT projects how good is government at connecting (and doing...

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