Already 150 have agreed
The UK government wants tech giants to commit to interviewing more women for new roles, amid widespread concerns over the lack of diversity in the technology industry.
So no change in Korea’s legal system
Hopes that there might be changes to make South Korea’s legal system fairer have been abandoned after the legal system gave the leader of the Samsung business empire a get out of jail free card.
Thanks to improved margins
The goodly souls at Digitimes have been interviewing their typewriters and industry sources and discovered that Intel and MediaTek should have much better results in 2018.
Confident about full-year outcome
BT is saying that it will have a 25 percent rise in third quarter pretax profit and is confident about its full year outcome.
Saving customers from themselves
Microsoft is stepping up its efforts to protect Windows users from scareware that convinces people to buy or upgrade products.
You probably were not expecting this
Software king of the world Microsoft has decided that its nice new shiny Office 2019 will not run on versions of Windows before Windows 10.
A present from best Korea
South Korean authorities have issued a warning regarding a brand new Flash zero day exploit has been deployed in the wild after being written by the glorious North Korean leader and Apple fanboy Kim Jong-un.
At a miserable ten percent discount
The Tame Apple Press has made a big deal about Apple flogging recycled phones and how great they are for the environment, but it is pretty clear that Jobs’ Mob does not really understand what value an old iPhone actually has.
Key players lose ground
Number crunchers at IDC have added up some figures and divided them by its collective shoe size and worked out that the smartphone market is continuing to shrink with all key players losing ground.
It can also plan ambushes
Ford has developed a patent for a police car that issues tickets without even pulling you over and an use AI to find good hiding spots to catch traffic violators.