The latest cyberattack, apparently emanating from Russia again, has hit at least 20 software firms affecting at least 1,000 businesses. It follows a cyberattack that left parts of the US without adequate gasoline supplies for several days, and one on the Irish public health system.
Economists concerned about slowing productivity have spent the past decade hotly debating the value of free digital services such as Google’s web search and Amazon’s online store. But those online services have proven their worth during
The mass walkout came after Basecamp chief executive and co-founder Jason Fried published a blog post on Monday explaining new rules adopted by the company, including a ban on "societal and political discussions on our company Basecamp account."
I often think that people don’t realise the repercussions of what they are doing; of what they are inventing. I also think that buyer’s remorse is a real thing but only in the minds of the critical thinkers and that the majority of buyers lined up to buy the latest technology
European Union Energy Commissioner Kadri Simson after a meeting with energy ministers of EU member-countries in Amiens in France on Saturday, said that the gas storage for this time of the year was less than usual, and announced
One person’s restriction is another’s protection. So as the sibling of someone who has a learning disability, I will keep wearing a mask. Boris Johnson’s decision to ditch masks shows blatant disregard for people with learning disabilities
It has been said that Christian Wakeford is a mere career opportunist who detected an early whiff of a Tory bloodbath at the next election. Many on the left and right are suspicious – united in mutual mistrust by a defector in their midst.