- How Wi-Fi is delivering positive, global socioeconomic impactby admin on 2021-07-29 at 09:56
Wi-Fi® remains crucial for almost every aspect of our daily lives – connecting with family, colleagues, teachers, friends and doctors We now rely on internet connectivity every day in the western world – always connected through personal devices in one way or another. It is difficult to imagine what life would be like without Wi-Fi. But
- The discovery stage of your cloud migration projectby admin on 2021-07-27 at 10:47
Migration or digital transformation to the Cloud is at the forefront of every organisation’s plans- It’s no longer a case of if that transformation is happening it’s how Some organisations are not sure where to start that digital transformation though. When you look at this type of project for me it can be split up
- Cyber Security: The Operational Illusionby admin on 2021-07-21 at 10:19
Security culture and governance eat tech for breakfast Looking back at what happened at ground level throughout the COVID crisis, it is clear that the focus has been entirely on operational matters: From moving into remote working at scale for the services industry, to keeping supply chains working for the manufacturing sector, or many retail
- Is the race for technological innovation another David vs. Goliath story?by admin on 2021-07-21 at 10:14
“More Proof That Uber Is Killing the Taxi Industry” “How Netflix Bankrupted and Destroyed Blockbuster?” “Is Spotify Killing Our Music Industry?” These are real headlines, one or more flavors of which we have all read online sometime or the other. They make us think of startups and nimble new market entrants as disruptors in established
- Artificial Intelligence: Coming Soon to a Barnyard Near Youby admin on 2021-07-21 at 09:53
In a recent McKinsey Future of Work podcast interview with Microsoft Chief Technology Officer Kevin Scott, the CTO revealed that artificial intelligence (AI) is about to go prime time and will begin showing up in the most unlikely of places – including our nation’s farm fields Once a mysterious science being beta-tested by only Fortune
- Re-focusing your tech strategy post-Covidby admin on 2021-07-21 at 09:47
Before the pandemic, agility was a buzzword in business; an idealised ability to adapt and make decisions quickly, increase the pace of change and bring everyone in the organisation along with you Then came March 2020, and within a matter of weeks enterprises were surviving – thriving in some cases – in a more uncertain
- TuSimple’s self-driving truck network takes shape with Ryder partnershipby Kirsten Korosec on 2021-07-31 at 00:15
TuSimple, the self-driving truck company that went public earlier this year, has partnered with Ryder as part of its plan to build out a freight network that will support its autonomous trucking operations. Under the deal announced this week, Ryder’s fleet maintenance facilities will act as terminals for TuSimple’s freight network. TuSimple’s so-called AFN, or
- Pittsburgh Google contractors ratify deal with HCLby Brian Heater on 2021-07-30 at 23:13
Nearly two years ago, contractors for Google’s Pittsburgh operations voted to join the United Steelworkers union in a bid to secure more labor rights representation. It was an early example of a building union movement for tech workers across the spectrum. But as other hard-fought battles have been waged among blue and white collar workers
- Daily Crunch: European privacy regulators fine Amazon $887M over targeted advertising practicesby Richard Dal Porto on 2021-07-30 at 22:10
Hello friends and welcome to Daily Crunch, bringing you the most important startup, tech and venture capital news in a single package.
- Argo AI can now offer the public rides in its autonomous vehicles in Californiaby Kirsten Korosec on 2021-07-30 at 21:56
Argo AI, the autonomous vehicle technology startup backed by Ford and VW, has landed a permit in California that will allow the company to give people free rides in its self-driving vehicles on the state’s public roads. The California Public Utilities Commission issued the so-called Drivered AV pilot permit earlier this month, according to the
- Deliveroo could leave Spanish market ahead of on-demand labor reclassificationby Alex Wilhelm on 2021-07-30 at 20:53
Deliveroo said it is considering leaving the Spanish market, citing limited market share and a long road of investment with 'highly uncertain long-term potential returns' on the horizon.
- For tech firms, the risk of not preparing for leadership changes is hugeby Ram Iyer on 2021-07-30 at 20:42
A change of command is one of the most delicate moments in the life cycle of any organization. If mishandled, the transition from one CEO to the next can result in massive downsides.
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- The Top 30 Cybersecurity Bugs Include Plenty of Usual Suspectsby Brian Barrett on 2021-07-31 at 14:00
Plus: A sneaky iOS app, a wiper attack in Iran, and more of the week's top security news.
- How the Jaguar, King of the Forest, Might Save Its Ecosystemby Emiliano Ruprah on 2021-07-31 at 12:00
With a new train line threatening its habitat, the big cat may be the key to protecting this Mexican reserve—and everything else in it.
- What’s the Best Unlimited Data Plan?by Matt Jancer, Jeffrey Van Camp on 2021-07-31 at 12:00
All the major US carriers have options that let you stream as much as you want. We’ve laid out how they work and which are best for individuals and families.
- How to Get the Most Out of Your Meditation Appby Ashley Lauretta on 2021-07-31 at 11:00
The brain's default mode is set to mind-wandering. Your meditation app can bring you back into the now.
- The 14 Best Weekend Deals on Smartphones, Laptops, and Audioby Gear Team on 2021-07-31 at 11:00
Hunker down at home and block out the real world with these deals on Chromebooks, headphones, and more.
- Neuromancer Is Still Mind-Blowingby Geek's Guide to the Galaxy on 2021-07-30 at 16:00
William Gibson's classic 1984 novel is still the gold standard for cyberpunk.