Alphabet’s code of conduct is slightly less strict than Google’s Google is now Alphabet. Temporary Holding Company Number Two is now Google. And “don’t be evil” is now one step closer to being a thing of the past.
eMarketer report forecasts British mobile ad spend will increase by 45% this year to £3.26bn and rise by another 35% next year to £4.4bn The explosion in the popularity of handheld devices will see mobile advertising overtake the £2.6bn newspaper...
Electric car manufacturer Tesla Motors reveals its full-electric family SUV on Tuesday. Tesla’s Model X — one of the only all-electric SUVs on the market — was officially unveiled near the company’s California factory.
Letter calls for investigation and asks ‘what’s the difference in security measures’ that allowed supposedly limited access to database of 200 million people Dozens of consumer privacy groups are calling for a US Federal Trade Commission (FTC)...
If the idea of merging your work and personal contacts fills you with horror, but a dual-SIM phone doesn’t fulfil your needs, then Swytch’s app for iOS and Android devices could be right up your street.
Medium announced some impressive changes today to its service to foster its future growth, which made me start paying a lot more attention to the service. So much, in fact, that I’ve decided to move my personal blog over.
Slack, the team messaging service that’s been labelled as an “email killer,” is going to kill far more than just email. For most medium to large businesses, productivity software has been something of a spaghetti bowl.
For the most part, the conversation surrounding mainstream, everyday wearables has been limited to a few ideas with the same sort of visual technology that we’re used to seeing elsewhere on our phones or other devices. That is especially true when...
Fujisawa residents will be ferried in driverless cars, which, if successful, could be used to transport spectators for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics Dozens of people in Japan will be whisked to the local shops in driverless taxis from next year in an...
Ugo is a PC user, but his daughter thinks he should buy a Mac. Rather than compare narrow specifications, it’s worth considering the attractions of the rival ecosystems The question is the usual: PC or Mac?
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