Researchers warn that the novel coronavirus is apt to be circulating among us forever, although it’s likely to become a less potent foe.
Have you ever chatted to a friend about buying a certain item and been targeted with an ad for that same item the next day? If so, you may have wondered whether your smartphone was “listening” to you.
What we find when we connect the dots is a professional industry far removed from the organised crime playbook.
I’d like to explain to some of my crypto friends why parts of the mainstream economics and financial world do not take them more seriously. By Tyler Cowen.
Car makers slashed production. PlayStations got harder to find in stores. Broadband providers faced months-long delays for Internet routers. The reason? An abrupt and cascading shortage of semiconductors.
The media frequently portrays young people excluded from wage work as inactive, aimless and alienated from mainstream society. This is a very misleading characterisation.
In recent years, Lagos, Nigeria’s biggest city, has become Africa’s most attractive tech hub for investors. But that could be imperilled by the government’s decision to suspend Twitter’s operations in the country.
For decades, the exploration of our solar system left one of our neighbouring planets, Venus, largely unexplored. Things are about to change.
Although Skype, launched in 2003, has been available nine years longer than Zoom and is owned by tech titan Microsoft, Zoom has effectively left it in its dust.
The only reasonable course of action is to be proactive, and those taxpayers who are at risk of being “found out” should take the cue and rectify their affairs before it is too late. By Thomas Lobban.