Jobfishing working for nothing
A 21st-century problem could be virtual companies which are not real but basically scam employees.
Opinion: Hue. And cry
Tech readers up on stuff will know that earlier this month Philips discontinued support for its first Hue bridge - V1, so its app no longer works. Or anything. It means you have to spend quite a lot more.
And it doesn't want us to know, either
A Fudzilla Freedom of Information( FOI) request to the BBC about how many computers it has and which operating systems it uses has drawn a complete blank.
Call for transparency
BBC executive Mukul Devichand, who is heading up the corporation's AI efforts, said at a Huawei event in Paris that “smart” assistants like Google Home, Alexa and Apple Siri ran the risk of becoming content editors.
Birth of BritBox
British broadcaster ITV is teaming up with publicly-funded rival the BBC to create “BritBox”, a UK rival to subscription streaming service Netflix.
News is a tricky business
Donald Trump has taken a swipe at giant search engine Google, accusing it of being the peddler of what he likes to describe as fake news.
Updated! We can rock you, baby
People using the BBC iPlayer and a number of streaming products are finding themselves between a Roku and a hard place.
Office collaboration tool was wide open
The BBC discovered a security flaw in the office collaboration tool Huddle that led to private documents being exposed to unauthorised parties.
H.264/AVC is so slow
BBC engineers have revealed their research into H.265/HEVC video compression and claim that it is 50 per cent better than the older H.264/AVC standard.