World HELSINKI — Miral Khalagi was just four years old when soldiers broke into her family's home. The girl's father was tortured and killed while she watched, according to her grandfather. Then they away
The M600 is aimed at Hollywood's heavy hitters The film and television industry are gathered in Las Vegas this week for the National Association of Broadcasters' annual summit, and this evening DJI showed
People often ask me about the impact of 3D printing on jobs. Will the technology be a job creator or destroyer? The short answer is, it will take more jobs than it makes — and 3D printing is not alone.
When you start your workday, do you feel like Superman or like a zombie? If you're like most people, you probably feel like a zombie. Most people's mornings are a chaotic mess. Exhausted. Stimulant-driven.
Almost everyone can agree that big data has taken the business world by storm, but what’s next? Will data continue to grow? What technologies will develop around it? Or will big data become a relic as
Glassdoor sifted through the salaries reported by employees who have these jobs, limiting its search to salary reports from the past year, to come up with median salaries. The website also looked at the
Studies like these usually generate headlines like "Robots are putting people out to pasture" (the Mail), "After the robot revolution, these may be the only jobs left for human beings" (The Telegraph),
Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection could stop some hacks before they become major problems. Windows Defender has offered a baseline level of PC security for years, but that's not really going
Microsoft started previewing its new Outlook.com interface back in May, but it's now rolling out broadly today. New users who sign up to the service from the US will immediately access the new interface,
A bill that is working its way through the New York state assembly would require Apple and other smartphone manufacturers and mobile operating system providers to decrypt and unlock devices to aid law
President Obama isn't exactly the most popular guy in the corridors of finance. But one big Wall Street billionaire thinks it's time to stop bashing Obama. Why? Because he's done a great job. "The strides
FBI criticises firm for being unable to read iPhone users’ messages after Justice Department obtains iMessage ruling Apple has rebuffed a court order to hand over in real time texts sent using iMessage
Biometrics, which can include fingerprints, iris scans, facial or voice recognition and other methods, got a major boost with Apple's introduction of its iPhones with Touch ID. Samsung followed with its
FORTUNE — Tesla Motors, the innovative electric car company, wants to be a bigtime automaker. To achieve that, it needs to produce hundreds of thousands of vehicles more than the 22,300 electric vehicles