After Google hires Bill Nye to explain that people are just scared to leave their decrepit Windows laptops for Chromebooks, I thought I'd get another opinion. It was harsh.
Local organizations fail to take employee needs into account before introducing new tools, according to research.
Local firms are facing challenges to recruit digital roles, particularly at more senior levels, according to research.
There's an accessory with which few tech professionals may be familiar. It can help you stand out from the crowd. It's called a lunch tote.
A new study offers a delicious view of human psychology with respect to people's working future.
Is privacy making something of a comeback? It really isn't, according to this engineer.
Library goers will now have to use or sign up for a LinkedIn account when viewing Lynda.com courses at public libraries.
If you work in the US technology industry, there’s a strong chance that you will locate for your work.
As the big airlines begin to promise that Wi-Fi on flights will be free, they're gambling on flyers tolerating more big discomfort.
Our third installment in our series is about Rocketdyne, the company which built and designed the mighty rocket engines for the Saturn V.
There is nothing wrong with bonding over a beer or two after work, but when it becomes too much, it is important to spot the warning signs of substance abuse and addiction, according to a new study.
Western tech companies have established themselves in the consciousness of the Chinese public. Their products, not so much!
EU's Galileo global navigation satellite system nears 100 hours of downtime.
I listened as the gate agent tried to excite passengers about facial recognition boarding. He didn't mention they could opt out. This is how technology forces itself upon you.
The Apple co-founder believes the privacy tradeoff just isn't worth it.
We take a look at the top tech, cybersecurity, and authentication trends as revealed today by the Duo Security's 2019 Trusted Access Report, which includes data from 24 million devices, one million apps and services, and billions of authentications.
The technology sector in the largest economy in the Southern Hemisphere is seeing a resurgence this year after a period of macroeconomic instability. We list some of Brazil's hottest startups that are on the lookout for talent.
ZDNet has compiled a list of all the internet browsers that have been based on Chromium, the open-source browser project at the heart of Google Chrome. While initially we thought we'd find 15-20 browsers, the number of Chromium-based browsers was far larger than we expected.
Park easier, travel easier, make office coffee easier -- and better.
Work, fly and breathe easier, literally, with these smart accessories
High art, high tech and green--these are workplaces that really work
Because sometimes you're in your fifth dev meeting, the beta still isn't done, and you're both tired AND hungry.
Contrary to what Mac lovers may think, Steve Jobs wasn't the most important person the tech world has ever seen
The sheer beauty of these will make you weep with envy.
An Oxford University study estimates that 47 percent of current U.S. jobs could be done by computers in as little as two decades. But not all professions are vulnerable to automation.
There are a lot of perks to working at a tech company. The cafeteria food is definitely one of them.
Whether you're quitting or being kicked out, leave it to the late Steve Jobs to say what's really on your mind
Your email sign-off says more about you than you realize.
Think your gig is safe? Maybe it is. Or maybe a replacement robot is meeting with your boss right now.
It's the time of year when the next generation of college students is gearing up to go -- and there's plenty on the market for improving study and brightening up a dorm room.
Tonya Hall talks to Brent Barbee, aerospace engineer at NASA, to talk about a hypothetical asteroid encounter marshaling a 21st century planetary defense to the rescue.
Tonya Hall asks Ryan Duguid, chief evangelist at Nintex, how likely professionals are to lose their jobs because they're too smart and what to do if that happens.
Dr. David Weinberger, senior researcher at Harvard's Berkman Klein Center, sits down to speak with Tonya Hall about how individuals can benefit from making the most out of situations that go unplanned.
Vanessa Liu, vice president at SAP.iO Foundries North America, tells Tonya Hall about ways startups can be better prepared to handle and intercept common challenges.
ZDNet's Chris Matyszczyk sits down with Karen Roby from TechRepublic to talk about a study performed on behalf of software asset management company Snow Software that found millennials are at it again -- this time, for ignoring office IT rules to benefit themselves. Read more: https://zd.net/2WCq1eT
Tonya Hall sits down with Billie Sue Chafins, vice president of software development at Hulu, to talk about her personal experience of being a self-proclaimed introvert who manages leadership positions.
TechRepublic's Karen Roby talks to ZDNet's Chris Matyszczyk about a recent study conducted by researchers from the University of Oxford that found social media may not have the negative effect we all once believed. Read more: https://zd.net/2WLIjX0
A new 'Brextension' delays the UK leaving the European Union until October. But the continued uncertainty around Brexit is leaving many in the technology industry confused, frustrated - and losing out on business.