5G set to spur on smartphone sales around the world

Smartphone makers are betting on 5G to give their sales a boost.

Are marketing clouds finally ready to get social media right?

Software leaders are once again tipping their toes into social media but this time they're being considerably more cautious.

We must take data more seriously to deliver greater productivity

It's high time businesses and consumers realise the value of data.

SMEs look to RPA to improve GDPR compliance and staff productivity

It seems that many SMBs are already unlocking the power of RPA to improve efficiency, allowing them to use their best asset - their employees – to focus on and undertake more transformative activities.

Data: transforming the energy sector and generating customer loyalty through AI

AI and data analytics can provide energy service providers with greater insight into the wants and needs of their customers.

NHS to get £500m tech investment

Health secretary Matt Hancock stresses need for digital transformation in healthcare.

Too human? Keeping the personal touch in customer contact

Through automation and AI, contact centres can deliver even greater personalisation while reducing strain on employees.

Technology doesn’t mean you can forget the basics of customer service

There is no excuse to forget the basic rules of customer service; technology can be used to enhance this – not replace. So, what are these rules - and how can businesses get them right?

Rackspace: Why freedom of choice is the key to succeeding in your cloud strategy

With GDPR on the horizon, Rackspace CTO tells us why cloud flexibility is vital.

UK can lead the way when it comes to AI

AI needs to be built on the principles of ethics, government report says.

VR vs AR: Which will become the dominant technology?

VR and AR are both transformative technologies, with applications in various industries like entertainment, education, healthcare, science and business.There are, however, some key differences in applications and how they work.

Windows 8.1 Update释出,改进非触控硬件支持

Windows 8.1 Update 1正式释出,此更新是强制性的,如果不安装这一更新,那么未来的更新将会无法安装。根据微软官方博客的介绍,Windows 8.

How to prevent RATs from taking over your Mac

Forget rats in your kitchen – it’s the RATs in your computer that you should really be worried about. We show you how to defend your Mac from the vermin.Read more: http://www.itproportal.com/2014/04/22/how-to-prevent-rats-from-taking-over-your-mac/

首任 Google Glass 计划主管已转投亚马逊旗下

Google Glass 背后的光学技术专家 Babak Parvis 今天公布了自己跳槽的消息。这位 Project X 实验室的早期成员曾担任过 Glass...

Judge orders unmasking of Amazon.com “negative reviewers”

Amazon may be served with a subpoena. With a ruling from a federal judge, an Amazon.com seller is granted the right to unmask the culprits behind “negative” reviews. Read more: http://www.itproportal.com/2014/07/15/judge-orders-unmasking-of-amazoncom-negative-reviewers-/

Docker安全性探讨与实践:实践篇

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Android -- ImageLoader简析 - 我爱物联网

图片的内存缓存实现 Image-Loader库有一个较完整的内存缓存实现,使用者可以根据需要选择已经实现的策略,也可以定制自己项目中需要的策略。内存缓存实现代码在memory和memory.

[视频]东京大学开发出“模拟触感全息显示屏”

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15 things you must do before the British summer is over

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Bar fined £100,000 after liquid nitrogen shot caused teen to have her stomach removed

Oscar's Wine Bar and Bistro in Lancaster, England, is facing a fine of £100,000 (about $156,000) after serving a shot of Jagermeister laced with liquid nitrogen to a teenager.The consequences were dire — she had have her stomach surgically removed.See also: Australian supermarket fined $2.

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