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Stating various reasons including a hectic schedule, teaching, civic contributions, learning and taking over as the owner of the LA Clippers, Steve Ballmer has left his position on the Microsoft Board of Directors. Read more about Ballmer steps down from Microsoft Board
by Jamie Hinks High costs and the globalization of business is pushing companies to use video and audio conferencing to stay in touch with colleagues and partners. Read more about 60% of companies choose videoconferencing over face-to-face meetings
by Sandra Vogel TED does not, in fact, refer to a teddy bear, rather it’s the name of a non-profit organisation devoted to spreading ideas – by video. And you can access them with an app. Read more about Mobile app of the day: TED
A new report from the Apigee Institute shows that large companies are still struggling to successfully deploy apps that are on time, on budget or have the intended business impact. Read more about Report shows an ‘outside-in’ approach to app development works best
by Gamification Co Scientists are using a mobile space game to spot faults in DNA. Read more about Play Space Games - Beat Cancer. No Contest.
JPR Market Watch report sees an uptick in graphics chip shipments this quarter which could signal an uptick in PC sales after some market stagnation. Read more about Graphics chips market is showing some life
by Paul Cooper Recently declassified documents show that the NSA’s system of almost limitless collection of data was highly criticised by Judge Bates. Read more about Judge critical of NSA's 'systemic overcollection'
Tired of her children not responding to her calls a Texas mom has created a new app that kids are sure to hate. Read more about Ignore No More app sure to enrage kids
by Jamie Hinks Intel and the Michael J. Fox Foundation have created a platform to collect wearable devices data to analyze symptoms and changes in Parkinsons' sufferers. Read more about Intel wants to fight Parkinson’s disease with big data
by Alysia Judge Nocturnal robots are being given the run of the Tate Britain museum letting art lovers explore the gallery after hours. Read more about Robots wander Tate Britain museum after hours
Technology has seen some odd things over the years. Here are a few more examples of tech weirdness. Read more about Tech weirdness over the years (Part 2)
Regulated limo and cab services in the gambling capital of the world can now be e-hailed with Ride Genie, an app that sticks in the craw of Uber, apparently. Read more about Las Vegas app let's local transportation companies beat Ub...
The company has launched cross-device reporting so that advertisers can see how people are moving between devices, across apps and the web, and see where they convert. Read more about Facebook measuring conversions across all device...
AIs need to learn more about us and modify themselves to match our needs. Read more about To be truly useful AIs need to learn who we are
by Zak Thomas Yo update includes new features which allows users to send links from their clipboard. Read more about Yo gets more wordy
by Nathan Chai Three of the men behind Siri have announced a next-gen AI that will have "almost limitless capacities." Read more about Siri’s younger sister – an AI for everyone
Like Republicans versus Democrats, people are coming down on different sides of the Microsoft versus Apple marketing battle. Read more about MacBook Air vs. Surface and Siri vs. Cortana: Creating a New Reality
Some tech stuff just makes you want to scratch your head in puzzled wonder. Read more about Tech weirdness over the years (Part 1)
by Barclay Ballard Amazon has responded to an open letter from authors claiming that the giant is restricting sales while negotiating a new ebook contract. Read more about Amazon responds to authors' protest in Hachette eBook disput...
Nope, that distinction goes to Virginia and not the home of the tech industry that fills all those Internet pipes. Read more about Why isn't California the state with the fastest Internet?