By ZDNet UK
for Between the Lines
| July 19, 2004 -- 10:02 GMT (03:02 PDT)
| Topic: Tech Industry
Unusual tech idols, so many Raspberry Pis, pioneer mobiles, luxury smartwatches, failed launches: Photos
3D body parts, iPhone privacy, tech's undead, vintage Macs, drool-worthy canteen food and more: Photos of the month
Robot dog, best AI films, iPhone 6 launch, Cold War bunker, email overload: Photos of the month
3D sweets, bots for tots, see-through trucks, Arduino pianos, and more: Photos
The Internet, Warts and All, book review: How to regulate a messy system
Paul Bernal explores today's unruly, heterogeneous internet, debunks a number of myths and offers guidelines on how to resolve its problems.
Nuance sells document imaging business for $400 million
Intelligent automation software maker Kofax is snapping up the product line.
Why Alibaba wants to conquer the Australian market
Windows 10 1809 delay: New Arm PCs having to ship with untested Windows 1803
The $1,000 Always Connected PCs from Lenovo and Samsung could come with compatibility issues and missing features.
Telstra CFO steps down to take Tesla chair
Following Elon Musk's $40 million settlement with the SEC that saw him step down as Tesla chair, Telstra CFO Robyn Denholm has taken up the role.
Google ends forced arbitration for sexual misconduct cases
After thousands of employees around the globe staged a walkout to protest the handling of sexual harassment cases, Google is reforming its policies.
IT spending in EMEA region to reach $973 billion in 2019: Gartner
Spending is going up, but demand for consumer devices is expected to slide.
Google: Here's how our Chrome ad blocker is killing off pirates
And Google makes the case against using search copyright takedowns to combat piracy.
Cybersecurity, AI skills to dominate IT staff hires in 2019
While a third of the enterprise is looking to hire more IT staff next year, close to the same figure are looking to switch roles.