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Microsoft lost its antitrust suit almost two decades ago. What would be different if it had won?

A lot has changed in the tech sector since 1998. How much of that change is due to the landmark decision against Microsoft?

Flaccid phone features foment ‘flagship fatigue’

The smartphone market isn’t growing. Average phone prices are declining. And brash smartphone startups are going out of business. That’s the good news.

Disaster Recovery: Light at the end of the digital tunnel

Hyper- Availability of data 24*7*365 becomes critical for survival in the digital disruption era. A robust plan for business continuity is critical too, as businesses rely heavily on data and applications to drive their business and increase customer engagement.

From labour to technology, how Artificial Intelligence will bring about a transformation in mass skills and jobs

A recent Gartner report stated that by 2020, 1.8 million jobs will be eliminated owing to the permeation of AI. AI-naysayers sharpened their knives and joined chorus against the technology. In the commotion, nobody noted the second bit of information: that 2.3 million new jobs will be created, which need AI-related skills.”

 

Innovation with Design Thinking, Lean, Agile and DevOps

Lean and Agile adoption has been seeing an upward trend since 2006. After discussing speed, quality and doing the right things, here is a discussion on identifying the right thing and delivering it at a high speed.

There’s not an app for that: the road to transformation starts with a look in the mirror

There’s a happy medium between full transformation and none at all, and it comes down to knowing what you have and what you need

Easy mobile security the Faraday way

Wireless attacks are unpredictable and complicated. Here’s an easy way to block everything.

10 Hot IoT startups to watch

With 20 billion internet of things devices online by 2020, the challenges and rewards are great for the top 10 startups hoping to capitalize on connected devices.

The Google privacy conundrum: Why locking down your data is a hard choice

Google has made it easier to see and control what parts of your data it collects from you, but the decision to make it private is harder than it's ever been.

Apple fell behind with Siri. Augmented reality could be the next to go

At its I/O conference, Google showed that it understands augmented reality and knows how to bring it to our daily lives. Apple has shown us nothing of the sort.