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.

Navigating The New Waters Of Fundraising

As a VC that has been in the industry for 15 years, I have watched many trends come and go. For the first few years of my career, my colleagues and I spent most of our time sourcing these trends and then incubating new innovation right here in Silicon Valley in the labs at IBM and AT&T. Today,

Tech Growth In Asia Is Arriving On The Back Of The Mobile Communications Industry

Years from now, tech billionaires may want to thank the credit collapse that led to the Asian financial crisis. Many people here in Asia believe that the economic disaster that befell them actually pushed the current wave of entrepreneurs on to this track of newfound wealth. Read More

So You Want To Be An Adventure Photographer...

So you like photography and go on some pretty cool adventures too? Then adventure photography might be for you. We'll teach you everything you need to know to get started.Read more...

DIY Prosthetics: The Extreme Athlete Who Built a New Knee

Brian Bartlett lost his leg at 24. He now has one of the most famous prostheses in the world. Rose Eveleth meets the man who just wanted to ski againRead more...

How Police Body Cameras Were Designed to Get Cops Off the Hook

In the wake of protests over police violence against black men, many civil rights activists are calling for a high-tech solution: strapping wearable body cameras to cops. The idea is to hold police accountable for unnecessary violence.

How Burrowing Owls Lead To Vomiting Anarchists (Or SF’s Housing Crisis Explained)

The Santa Clara Valley was some of the most valuable agricultural land in the entire world, but it was paved over to create today’s Silicon Valley.

I Beta-Tested The Apple Watch So You Don't Have To

Two weeks ago, I started wearing an Apple Watch. I’ve come to a conclusion: I just paid hundreds of dollars to be a glorified beta tester for Apple’s latest product. But you know what? I’m glad I did—because Apple’s latest product really needs a kick in the pants.Read more...

Huawei P30 and P30 Pro promise a photography revolution

New P30 and P30 Pro devices are Huawei's most powerful yet.

Apple launches its own credit card

Titanium-built, with a laser-etched name, it follows Apple's slick design.

Over 10.5 billion malware attacks detected in 2018

Worldwide cybersecurity threat is 'escalating', new report claims.

Automation could replace 1.5m UK jobs

Women, young workers and part-time employees at the highest risk.

Capitalising on technology convergence

Today, business leaders are seeking innovative ways to solve IT problems faster, significantly reduce costs, and manage risk more effectively across the enterprise.

Major security backdoor found on thousands of ASUS devices

The hackers knew who their targets were, but many users may have escaped attack.

Join the Tag team – how to optimise tagging policies for the cloud

Tagging provides visibility over your cloud spend and usage and represents the all-important first step in taking full control over your enterprise’s cloud.

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.

Scientists Can Now Herd Cells Like Cattle Using Electrical Fields

We've known that flesh wounds create disturbances in the skin's bioelectric field since Emil du Bois-Reymond first placed an injured hand in a galvanometer in 1843. Thanks to a new discovery from a team at the University of Berkeley,

[图]探秘谷歌原创世界杯新闻团队

世界杯期间,这支由数据调查专家、设计师、编辑和翻译组成的团队,将根据调查结果,亲自发布自己的原创内容并以多语种的方式对外进行共享。

雷蛇Nabu智能手环将支持微信 定价低于100美元

外设大厂雷蛇即将推出的Nabu智能手环将支持微信!为这款智能手环添加更多社交功能。除了在手环上实现微信消息提醒外,微信和Razer的合作可以让手环用户通过握手或击掌等动作实现交换联系人的功能。

【今日微钛度】微软要在美国最贵的街区开零售店

微软已经证实其将在纽约开设零售店。微软看中的门面为第五大道677号,面积为8700平方英尺。微软负责零售店业务的公司副总裁戴维•波特(David Porter)称:“作为公司的首家旗舰店,它将集中体现微软零售店服务的亮点。”

[组图]朝鲜官方首次公开防控埃博拉措施画面曝光

当地时间2014年10月26日,朝鲜中央电视台当天播放了朝鲜在机场、港口、边境地区加强埃博拉病毒检疫和消毒工作的画面,这是朝鲜官方媒体首次公开政府部门的埃博拉防控措施。

What 'off the record' means and how to use it: A cheat sheet

It's strange to think that this week's whole Uber kerfuffle might never have happened had one of the company's executives thought to utter six vital words. We're talking about the one phrase that is kryptonite to sensational headlines: "This is off the record, right?

Glitch In OS X Search Can Expose Private Details of Apple Mail Users

itwbennett (1594911) writes "The potential privacy risk in Apple's OS X Yosemite, first reported by German tech news site Heise and confirmed by IDG News Service, appears when people use the Spotlight Search feature, which also indexes emails received with the Apple Mail email client.

马云:商业世界讲究太极哲学,你死我活就没乐趣了

在达沃斯论坛对话环节中马云表示,商业世界讲究太极哲学,是一种阴阳平衡,而非竞争般的你死我活。马云说我们需要学会习惯被拒绝,他去肯德基应聘,24个人收下了23个,考警察,5个人招4个,他都是唯一被拒绝的。

Apple Watch 有多个性?总共有 34 种设计

距离苹果智能手表Apple Watch 发售时间不到多个多月时间了,这也就意味着,现在我们还无法亲自体验这款设备。对于那些着急的果粉来说,这确实是一个“问题”。  Apple Watch将提供多个颜色和风格供用户选择。

中国公司如何国产化OpenPOWER芯片

中国公司在6月10日公开了一款国产POWER芯片和三款服务器。其中Power芯片由江苏中晟宏芯开发,该公司于2013年在苏州成立,目的就是在IBM开放的POWER8架构基础上开发国产芯片。

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