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Times have changed and old skills such as darning socks have been replaced by new ones such as searching the internet. A KAZ survey has turned up the Top 50 skills people need for modern life, and this is your workforce today...
Nissan is looking to connect bodies and cars with a new smartwatch product.
Matt Crotty, chairman of InsightSoftware.com, is donating £1 million to TNMOC under a fund-matching scheme that should leave the Bletchley Park-based museum £2 million better off
We thought these items were cool when we were at school. Your kids -- and their friends -- will not.
This is a serious and thoughtful look at how we might resolve the internet regulation dilemmas that have plagued us for 20 years. It's a campaigning book — but in a subtle and evidence-based way.
Dire warnings and posts on privacy and security regularly appear in our Facebook feed, shared by people that believe they are true. Here is a round up of the hoaxes that are shared the most. They are all fake.
This slim volume provides a good overview of the history and key issues in cyber-security for those wondering just how real the threats are.
Is there a way to get marketers to stop sending junk mail to the deceased? It appears not.
There's a growing interest in fitness bands, and if you're thinking of buying one, the Fixya trouble-shooting website has produced a report on the main problems with the top brands
Go on vacation. Re-energize. Re-generate. And re-create. It's not only good for you, a better, healthier, saner you is good for your employer, their clients, and your co-workers.
Why is work so often inefficient and counter-productive? Can't technology help? Maybe — but surprisingly given that its author is from Microsoft, this book doesn't think that all we need is the next software update.
A new app from BOINC — the people behind SETI — is asking Android mobile and tablet owners to share their devices' computing power to help a variety of scientific projects.
Looking for a way to wirelessly control all the lights in your home from your smartphone or tablet? Check out the AIRcable SmartDimmer.
Some products for sale on Amazon generate reviews full of humor, wit, sarcasm and irony. We round up these examples of comedy gold comments for your entertainment.
No, smartphones will not replace serious cameras anytime soon. Here's why.