Tech News Weekly podcast 32: Be very careful with your phone (especially this weekend), and a look at tech's past and future
On this week's Tech News Weekly Podcast from ITProPortal, a hell of a lot of mobile security stuff, the world's first ever smartphone and a debate about self-driving lorries and the future of roads.
This year's exam results reveal that the technology gender divide starts early, with just 15 per cent of Computing GCSEs going to female students, despite record numbers taking the course.
The man credited with the design of the iconic Facebook "Like" button, has confirmed his departure from the cloud storage company, in order to focus on designing education reform.
Rumours persist that the online auction site is set to split, at least partially, from its e-commerce platform, with Carl Icahn and other investors pushing for the move.
The second instalment in a five part series, penned by ustwo design studio, discusses the organisational, cognitive and regulatory issues within "human machine interface" technology.
The evolution of home entertainment and sports broadcasting technology is bringing spectators closer to the action than ever before. Shane Buckley takes a closer look the developments.
The Startup Initiative, a career accelerator for people looking to work in startups or early-stage technology companies, has announced that instructors from Yelp, Twitter and citysocializer on board.
Today’s tech: App bubble set to burst, EU fights back at Google and Gartner says consumer 3D printing isn’t coming anytime soon
The best of ITProPortal news including: apps may have reached saturation point, tech companies slam EU's "right to be forgotten," and consumer-grade 3D printers coming in next 10 years.
Gartner released a statement today about the near future of 3D printing. The tech analysts have concluded a report on the timescale for mainstream adoption of 3D printing in various fields.
Having left his post as CEO of Microsoft 6 months ago, Steve Ballmer today further cut his ties with the company. In a letter to Satya Nadella, he explains that it would be "impractical" to continue.
JPR Market Watch report sees an uptick in graphics chip shipments this quarter which could signal an uptick in PC sales after some market stagnation.