November, 2014

All the posts published.

According to The Verge, Microsoft will unveil the consumer features of its long-awaited new Windows 10 platform in January. Can we expect …

There’s a forgotten secret about Apple: back in 1997, it nearly didn’t make it. Struggling for survival, it received blunt advice from …

The 193-strong Human Rights Committee of the UN General Assembly has approved a landmark resolution demanding internet privacy protection and urging governments …

Remember when Google faced a barrage of criticism over its “Search Plus Your World” feature back in 2012? OK, maybe not – …

As more and more digital content, from news feeds to video production, makes its way to the mobile channel, it came as …

Now here’s a little something to blow your mind: Google has developed new image recognition software that doesn’t just represent an object …

Don’t panic. This isn’t about Terminators taking over the world. But it is about a radical new form of computer architecture that …

There’s an interesting divide opening up about information privacy. As the UK Home Secretary Theresa May vows to re-introduce the ill-fated Data …

From its humble origins in 1994 as a kind of punk print magazine from Montreal, Vice Media is extending its digital repertoire …

Could Apple be preparing to square up to Google in the world of search? OK, it seems pretty unlikely – a bit …

A recent summit featuring representatives from Storyful (a social curation service owned by News Corporation), Time and Vice News has given an, …

Traditional publishers are beginning to feel that the refreshing cool breeze of innovation they sensed on the back of their necks is …

Amazon has added another string to its connected TV line in the form of the new Fire TV Stick, just six months …

New guidance from the Organisation for Economic Co-operations and Development has called on governments across the world to implement adequate data privacy, …

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