Yahoo! was the future once, but that was a long time ago. Now the ailing patient appears to have been put out of its misery by Verizon, but what's the future for the one-time internet pioneer and its CEO Marissa Mayer?
Supercomputer Watson joins quantum services and the TrueNorth chip in helping IBM understand what it means to be human.
I'm sick of reading about startups obsessed with hyperconvenience. But building an online community to change learning and help students stay on track is a venture I have time for. Here's what i learned from Brainly in New Orleans.
One of the most inspiring videos we shot this year was a sit down with Pedro Dusso, co-founder of Aegro. Here's the story of how he and his friends built a startup to make a difference in the lives of Brazilian farmers - and how they built an award-winning solution on the SAP HANA platform.
I almost blew a fuse over the title of a new report on the so-called "talent crisis." But as I dug deeper, I found quite a bit to recommend, including specifics on how companies are recruiting from diverse talent pools.
Each year, MongoDB has some cool surprises in store with their Girls Who Code partnership. At MongoDB World, I sat down with MongoDB's Meagan Eisenberg and Francesca Krihely for an update. They also shared stories of their own career obstacles, and the prospects for change.
As a tumultuous week in Europe concludes, Den pores over some of the numbers to see if he can find an answer to the threatened recessionary winter and its impact for technology.
Salesforce's Peter Coffee offers a singular analysis of the meaning of singularity and its key consequences.
Open sourcing your code is one thing - openly sharing your roadmap, marketing playbook, and strategy is another matter entirely. In New Orleans, GitLab CMO Ashley Smith gave me the skinny on GitLab's business model, and how a radical open source style drives their growth.
Tech firms are looking to tap into the talent pool of autistic workers, but there are some specific challenges that need to be addressed. Cath Everett provides some practical advice.
In this edition: Amazon ratchets up "Fresh" grocery delivery, retail gets radically agile, and Microsoft drives the Internet nuts, acquires LinkedIn. Also: Salesforce is amazing/huge/incredible/superlative and the enterprise blockchain might be - someday. Your whiffs include creepy startups, boneheaded trademarks, and the Yahoo of enterprise software.
A number of IT companies are launching targeted recruitment drives to hire autistic people in a bid to plug the ever-widening technical skills gap. Software giant SAP is at the vanguard of such activity and, along with other experts, shares some of the lessons learned so far.
The Science and Technology Committee has found that 12.6 million adults in the UK lack basic digital skills.