Why, in 2018, do the vast majority of applications still not undergo security testing?

Software is often the weakest link which allows attackers to gain access to organisations and their data.

AI fails: why AI still isn’t ready to take your job

Howard Williams, marketing director at Parker Software, explores how recent artificial intelligence mishaps show that AI still isn’t ready to take our jobs just yet.

A GDPR storm is coming – are you prepared?

If you aren’t GDPR compliant you’re likely to be in some serious trouble in the next few months.

Amazon to add 1,000 UK jobs

Northern England, namely Manchester, is getting its first Amazon office.

Apple reportedly set to ditch Intel for Arm hardware

If it happens, it will happen in 2020 or 2021, new reports claim.

Scrutiny on the data supply chain

In the data supply chain, businesses within the financial services space need to understand and to audit what happens to the data across the process.

BlackBerry vs Facebook – a David vs Goliath conundrum

Earlier this year, BlackBerry sued Facebook in the US for infringement of multiple patents, relating to various aspects of Facebook Messenger, WhatsApp & Instagram.

Know your audience – the people behind the data

Developing a deep understanding of customers behaviours and preferences is the key to unlocking your data potential says Stuart Robb, CEO and founder of Equiniti Data.

Symantec: Why security is no longer just your insurance policy

Going back to security basics could help prove a key business differentiator, says Symantec’s Darren Thomson.

ZTE set for return to business in the US

Chinese firm due to begin trading again after paying $1.4bn fine.

Microsoft told to help users still suffering Windows 10 pain

Windows 10 updates lead to consumer woes.

Hair-Raising Subway Ad Blows Away the Competition

A clever outdoor ad from Sweden uses a bit of technology to transcend the limits of the mediumApotek, a haircare brand, outfitted subway platform ads in Stockholm with ultra-sonic sensors that discerned when a train was coming. The ad featured a model with a lush mane, and when the train came,

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Unity 5 Announced With Better Lighting, Better Audio, And “Early” Support For Plugin-Free Browser G

Even if you don't know what Unity is, you've probably played a game made with it. Unity is a game development engine that has skyrocketed in popularity over the last few years. Its main draw: you build a game once, and it works on nearly every major platform without much extra work.


Facebook雇用了多名Linux内核开发者,其中就包括了Btrfs文件系统的主要开发者Chris Mason。他在LSFMM峰会上分享了Facebook使用Linux内核的信息。Facebook的服务器使用了多个内核版本,大部分主机运行基于2.6.

数学图形之鞍面 - 叶飞影

在这一节中,将展示几个鞍面图形,或与鞍面类似的图形,如马鞍面,猴鞍面,狗鞍面等.有点奇怪的是马鞍面是让人骑在马上的曲面, 而猴鞍面是让猴骑的曲面,狗鞍面是让狗骑的曲面.此外,还这一节提供了类似沙发,板凳之类的曲面.

ASP.NET自定义控件入门Demo - ┦SUMMER



微软再次对其旗下服务进行了重组:msn.com页面迎来了全新的设计,并且更重要的是,必应应用将会在未来采用MS […]

In France, a Second Patient Receives Permanent Artificial Heart

Jason Koebler (3528235) writes One of the most important goals of transhumanist medicine—possessing a perfectly healthy heart—has so far remained elusive. This week, we came a step closer when for the second time ever, a French company implanted a permanent artificial heart in a patient.

Inspiring Quotes From Social Good Summit 2014

The fifth annual Social Good Summit is upon us, where some of the most innovative minds in social good come together in New York City to discuss ways we can help solve the world's biggest issues. From climate change to women's empowerment to global health,

Despite Push From Tech Giants, AP CS Exam Counts Don't Budge Much In Most States

theodp (442580) writes "Well, the College Board has posted the 2014 AP Computer Science Test scores. So, before the press rushes out another set of Not-One-Girl-In-Wyoming-Took-an-AP-CS-Exam stories, let's point out that no Wyoming students of either gender took an AP CS exam again in 2014 (.xlsx).

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