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.

Barclaycard and SAP team up to make corporate payments easier

Partnership looks to bring procurement and payment for B2B organisations into a single solution.

Chinese phones now make up more than a third of all EU sales

Individually, Samsung is still king.

JP Morgan launches cryptocurrency

Business-only JPM Coin looks to take on the likes of Ripple.

Amazon cancels $2bn New York HQ

Online giant claims it doesn't want to go against the wishes of NYC locals.

How technology is transforming the casual dining industry

New ways to buy and new ways to pay are fuelling innovation in the sector.

Why businesses need to go paperless now

Here’s a look at the current situation in the UK and some of the ways in which businesses can benefit from going paperless in 2019.

How AI technology is digitising supply chain processes

With supply chain and logistics becoming more complicated in the age of industrial IoT, the need for AI-enabled chatbots is much higher in this field.

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.

[图]LTE与双卡双待兼得 联通双卡版Galaxy S5现身工信部

近日联通双卡双待版 Galaxy S5 现身工信部认证中心,型号 SM-G9006W。获得工信部入网许可说明距离联通双卡双待版Galaxy S5 上市已经不远。之前只有电信版 Galaxy S5 支持双卡双待,遗憾的是,电信版不支持 4T LTE 网络。


路透社报道,前NSA合同工Edward Snowden从俄罗斯政府获得了三年的居留许可。期限为3年。

《太空堡垒》与《霹雳游侠》制作人Glen Larson因食道癌逝世

曾打造诸多知名影视剧作品、并给70和80后留下深刻印象的美剧制作人格林·拉森(Glen Laeson)已于昨日去世,享年77岁。



'Fifty Shades of Grey' review: Where's all the hot sex?

LOS ANGELES — Here's a criticism of Fifty Shades of Grey you probably weren't expecting: There's not nearly enough sex in it.There was supposed to be a lot more. Screenwriter Kelly Marcel (Saving Mr. Banks) originally cooked up a sizzling flambé of hanky panky for Shades,

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Greenland's Ice Sheets Are Getting Cooked By Warm Ocean Currents

The retreat of Arctic sea ice has been so dramatic over the last few years that atlases are being changed. Now it turns out Greenland’s ice sheets are also melting faster than we thought—not on the visible surface, but due to currents deep below the ocean.Read more...

Here Are the Noisiest Neighborhoods in New York, Seattle, and San Francisco

Car alarms, jackhammers, barking dogs, drunken brawls outside your window—ah, the sounds of the city. Urban living comes with challenges, and annoying, loud noise is one of ‘em. But these maps show us which neighborhoods you’ll want to steer clear of in three major U.S.

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