Everything must be connected right now! Go! Do it! It’ll be great….
Then I’ll be able to order my Iced Half Caff Ristretto Venti 4-Pump Sugar Free Cinnamon Dolce Soy Skinny Latte so I can pick it up on the way to work as I cycle past the coffeee shop without breaking a sweat… Marvelous!
Uber CEO Travis Kalanick tackled two of his company's biggest controversies on Thursday: It's treatment of drivers and its refusal to fingerprint.
Kalanick sat down with Valerie Jarrett, senior adviser to President Obama, at the seventh annual Global Entrepreneurship Summit in Palo Alto, California. He was one of a number of successful startup founders who came to give advice to aspiring entrepreneurs. Airbnb's Brian Chesky, LinkedIn's Reid Hoffman and 23 and Me's Anne Wojcicki also spoke.
It looks like Blackberry has placed its handsets production onto death row and, failing a last minute appeal, could be headed for silicon heaven soon.
Chief Executive John Chen said a decision would be made by September on the future of the unit, which has suffered a sustained drop in sales in recent quarters.
A botnet associated with the huge volumes of Dridex and Locky-laden emails in recent months has resumed operations after mysteriously going dark for three weeks.
Researchers from multiple firms report seeing a sharp increase in malicious traffic originating from the Necurs botnet, after a significant drop-off beginning May 31.
Today, the people of the United Kingdom are casting their votes to decide whether to withdraw from the European Union. Experts warn that a so-called Brexit could wreak havoc on the global economy due to the trade disruptions Britain’s departure would create.