Does the answer to better customer service lie in smart technology and flexible workplace culture?

The integration of AI and data analytics will allow freelance and remote employees to provide better customer service and personalisation.

HPE makes it easier than ever to move to the cloud

GreenLake Hybrid Cloud announced at HPE Discover event, and looks to help cloud migration for businesses.

US ZTE ban could be reinstated following Senate vote

US lawmakers aim to reinstate ban on ZTE undoing White House's negotiations with China.

How organisations can avoid the perils of the IoT ‘Wild West'

Smart speakers, virtual assistants and other disruptive technologies can help improve productivity at your organisation.

iPhones may escape China's US trade tariffs

President Trump reassures Tim Cook that iPhones made in China will not be subject to tariffs.

Microsoft's contract with ICE brews controversy online

Tech giant removes and then replaces references to its work with ICE amid national outcry over border detention centres.

Kaspersky Lab: Secure your crown jewels, or face the consequences

Security firm pledges commitment to UK but warns companies still need to up their online protection level.

The changing mobile fan experience at the 2018 World Cup

The World Cup provides a truly unique opportunity by drawing the attention of billions of sports fans across the four corners of the world

Microsoft to launch till-free shops

Report claims Microsoft is looking to take on Amazon Go with staff-free stores.

The right kind of AI: why intelligence must be augmented, not artificial

By adopting AI-based apps, organisations are making data insight more accessible to everyone at their company.

Dixons Carphone breach could have been even more expensive under GDPR

Data breach could have been even more costly had it fallen under new GDPR rules.



Vine introduces private, one-on-one messages

Video sharing platform Vine now gives users the ability to send video and text messages privately.    

Every national anthem in the world mixed into one single song

They should make this the anthem for the World Cup or the Olympics: The national anthems of all the countries in the world—193 of them—mixed in one song. It doesn't sound that bad at the beginning and then it starts getting crazy. Finally,

Women In Tech: It’s Not Just A Pipeline Problem

Why are there so embarrassingly few women in the tech industry? Repeat after me, robotically, defensively: “It’s a pipeline problem!” So says David Cohen of TechStars, echoing many others, e.g. Paul Graham and CNN. But come on, folks.


亿万富翁、激进投资人卡尔·伊坎(Carl Icahn)从未停止干涉苹果的脚步。此前,他曾敦促苹果首席执行官蒂姆·库克(Tim Cook)加大回购苹果公司股票。  





Patriots players show viewers how to blend a 'best friend' smoothie

On the field, the Patriots' Julian Edelman is a versatile player who has played wide receiver, punt returner, quarterback and defensive back at various points in his football careerBut his wealth of talent doesn't end there. Off the field,


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John Oliver Goes to Russia to Ask Edward Snowden About Dick Pic Safety 

John Oliver took Last Week Tonight to Russia this week to sit down with the best person to explain the spate of confusing government surveillance programs and how they affect the dick pics we send: Edward Snowden himself. Read more...

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