Data puts you in the driving seat – but only if you have the skills to use it

Businesses across the globe, from the UK to the US and Japan, are all facing a data skills gap crisis.

How To Survive A Car Crash

Driving is the most dangerous thing most people do. It’s also something for which they likely have no or minimal training. Before you hit the road for Memorial Day weekend, let’s look at how to make it more survivable. Read more...

What You Need To Know Before Driving Off-Road

Driving off-road doesn’t have to be scary. Yet most people that spend serious cash on 4WDs never even put them in low range, much less take them off the pavement. Let’s try to fix that with a few basic skills everyone can master. Read more...

Volvo Is Designing the Autonomous Car That Could Eliminate All Traffic Deaths

As usual, traffic was apocalyptic on the 10 Freeway. So I cued up the Master of None episode I didn’t finish the night before, pulled out the Greek yogurt I hadn’t had time to eat for breakfast, reclined my seat way back, and relaxed.

I Drove The Amateur Race Car Of The Future And It's Freaking Awesome

This is an Élan NP01. It looks a miniature Le Mans prototype, but it was designed with amateurs’ needs in mind: miserly budgets, tendency to crash and all. The NP01 is destined for the National Auto Sport Association’s new club-level spec series. How easy is it for amateurs to drive, exactly?

​Driving the World's Most Iconic Roadster on America's Greatest Road

Rear-wheel drive, six speeds, a drop top and 90 miles of curves along the Pacific Coast. This is what driving a car can be. Read more...

Richard Stallman Answers Your Questions

samzenpus (5) writes "A while ago you had the chance to ask GNU and Free Software Foundation founder Richard Stallman about GNU, copyright laws, digital restrictions management, and software patents. Below you'll find his answers to those questions." Read more of this story at Slashdot.

Surely, Cybersecurity Must Have Your Attention Now

As if we needed a case study to show us, we saw, with vivid clarity, what can happen when hackers run amok inside servers and start sharing confidential business content with the world — and we learned it gets ugly in a hurry.

You Can See The Future From The Cockpit Of This All-Electric Race Car

The formula for Formula racing hasn't really evolved. F1 continues to be a 200-MPH soap opera and only die-hards pay attention to the feeder series below it. Formula E offers something different. It's close-quarter racing brimming with cutting-edge technology that, for the first time in decades,

What I’ve Learned, Learning To Ride Mountain Bikes

I used to ride mountain bikes when I was a kid. They were a fun toy that took me places. But man, I never remember them being this much hard work! Looking for a little more adventure, I’ve been teaching myself to ride them again. This is what I’ve learned so far. Read more...

We Aren't Imagining It: The Tech Industry Needs More Women

This evening I’m giving a talk to my daughter’s Girl Scouts troop about careers in technology. I’m going to tell them that women have done amazing things in tech. I’m going to tell them that they too can do anything they set their minds to in this arena. But I will be lying to them.

UK government plans Internet regulator

Proposed Internet regulator would hold tech giants accountable for content published on their platforms.

Salesforce brings voice to CRM with new Einstein Voice Assistant

Salesforce users can now obtain valuable data and insights with only their voice.

UK employees feel remote working guilt

Half of UK employees working remotely feel pressure to prove their working.

Painting by numbers: developing the real productivity picture

Could technology and data analytics be used to improve not only the workplace but also an organisation's employees?

Protecting your digital identity from hacks and breaches

As our identities become increasingly digital, protecting them from cyber threats has never been more important.

Six reasons an arts degree is an ideal springboard for a career in IT

The soft skills learned at a liberal arts college actually translate quite well to the field of IT.

UK company emails being hijacked for phishing

Victims are usually clueless they're being attacked.

Ticketmaster breach was only part of major campaign

Data breach was one of 800-strong campaign, report finds.

Thales secures medical IoT with new connected health offering

New solution hopes to help secure connected IoT devices in the healthcare industry.

Public cloud use set to transform investment banking

Investment banks will use public cloud 50 per cent more in the next five years.



谷歌眼镜更新XE 17.2:新增低电量提示功能

Google为Google Glass又推更新,此次Google Glass更新至XE 17.2版本。该版本中谷歌修复了之前版本中存在的相关bug,从而进一步提升了Google Glass的性能。



Windows Phone 8.1 Developer Preview update (8.10.14192.280) rolling out now and it's mandatory

10mm 動圈平民版 KEF M100 金屬耳機

KEF 這兩年都推出了 M500 及 M200 兩款耳機,強但兩千幾蚊對耳機實在唔係所有普羅大眾負擔得起。


在越狱与否的争论中,反对方最铿锵的证据就是iOS原生系统的安全性。不过,ID@蒸米 的用户昨天在乌云平台发布了一篇漏洞报告文章,指出iOS系统无论越狱与否,都存在一个重大安全隐患。他展示了在未越狱且搭载iOS 8.

This 200-Trillion Watt Laser Produces Plasma Hotter Than The Sun

It’s amazing that scientists can recreate natural phenomena in labs experiments, including plasma many times hotter than the center of our own sun. In the middle of the photo above you can see a little star, white hot plasma produced by a 200-trillion watt laser. Read more...

NASA made about 100 Pluto discoveries in 3 months with more to come

Pluto is full of surprises — about 100 of them and counting,

iOS 9.2 beta 2 携手 El Capitan 测试版到来

没有出乎大家的预料,苹果推出的最新 iOS 9.2 测试版还是保持了之前一周一更的模式,并在今天放出了 iOS 9.2 beta 2 的更新包。在 iOS 9.2 beta 1 发布时,尽管在更新说明中只强调了 bug 修复和系统改善,但真正使用了 iOS 9.

A Textile Company Is Making Low-Calorie Noodles From Trees

It would appear that a 99-year-old cloth-making company in Japan is looking to enter the food business in an unusual way. Instead of only churning out towels and bedding, it’ll start using fiber from trees to cook up a gluten-free, slurp-able snack.Read more...

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