A more human approach is needed to hire and retain employees as we move into a completely digital era.
The concept of “smart cities” seems like a contemporary urbanism trend. But as early as the 1960s, cities were using technology to gather, interpret, and visualize civic data. Here’s how a 1974 report by Los Angeles’s Community Analysis Bureau used computer databases, cluster analysis,
What if Silicon Valley had emerged from a racially integrated community? Would the technology industry be different? Would we? And what can the technology industry do now to avoid repeating the mistakes of the past?
Attackers could utilise the Z-Shave downgrade attack to open your smart lock.
High street retailers can fight back against their online competition with the latest mobile app-based technology.
Samsung may have lost the retrial but the Korean tech giant could still appeal the decision.
By having the right cloud infrastructure and security solutions in place, businesses will be fully prepared to take advantage of the blockchain.
With the regulation set to go into effect today, now is the time for your organisation to invest in compliance.
What problems do fintechs need to solve to scale up and grow profits?
A successful mass migration to the cloud requires every department at an organisation to be on board.
A proposed Senate bill would ban all devices made by the Chinese firms from being used by government employees.
Chrome 68 will continue the push for sites to use HTTPS encryption by default.
Compliance with government regulations is top area for improvement among businesses.
Inbetween playing about with the latest tablets, marvelling at scuba-diving smartphones at the Gadget Show LIVE 2014, ITProPortal took a look at Samsung's new UHDTV curved TV.Read more: http://www.itproportal.com/2014/04/11/the-gadget-show-2014-exclusive-preview-of-the-new-samsung-uhdtv-curved-tv/
Mr Schrems, of Vienna, has 25,000 European Facebook users supporting his claim that the way the social network monitors its users is in breach of EU law.Read more: http://www.itproportal.com/2014/08/07/facebook-accused-prism-collaboration-new-eu-privacy-case/
Apple is now accepting keyboards that go beyond just offering different ways to type text – it appears to have opened the doors for graphical keyboards, too. Riffsy already showed us an animated GIF keyboard that makes it easy to communicate via reaction GIFs,
astroengine writes Whenever you look up at the near side of the moon, you see a face looking back at you. This is the "Man in the Moon" and it has inspired many questions about how it could have formed. There has been some debate as to how this vast feature — called Oceanus Procellarum,