By ZDNet Editors
for Between the Lines
| August 23, 2004 -- 21:39 GMT (14:39 PDT)
| Topic: Tech Industry
A New York
Survey: Social media is a liability when job hunting ( but we still post things we shouldn't )
Google's new tool lets you see how polluted these cities really are
This new memory chip could be a game changer for machine learning
France's cybersecurity agency raises the alarm against ongoing cyber-spying campaign
World's top brands ranked: Apple still leads but there are two big tech losers
The value of the tech industry's brands completely dominate all other categories in new research.
Canva valuation hits $3.2b as it launches Canva for Enterprise
Its latest rounding fund achieved $85 million thanks to backers including Blackbird and Sequoia China.
Yahoo announces all content on Yahoo Groups will be permanently removed
All public groups will be made private or restricted.
Cyberbit discovers international airport riddled with Bitcoin-mining malware
Here's how known malware exploits can be tweaked to get past current security systems but can't hide from behavior analysis
TikTok hires legal experts for content moderation amid censorship concerns
Huawei can work on German 5G networks: Here's why critics say that's a very bad idea
New draft German network security rules have just opened the door to Huawei, sparking an outcry.
Stress, uncertainty and opportunity: How tech companies are preparing for Brexit
UK tech companies have told ZDNet about the big – and unexpected – changes they have made even before Brexit arrives.
Arq Group scouts out potential sale of SMB and Enterprise businesses
The dismantling of what was formerly Melbourne IT continues.
Microsoft says it has come a long way since 'that' open source comment