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A look at the possible future of autonomous vehicles as the UK gives the go-ahead for trials of computer-controlled cars on public roads.
In the current world, with ever growing costs of production, software engineers in their bid to produce software that is within the market acceptable costs and has future scalabili...
Here's an article that makes the process of securing a software development job (which for us usually lands on the .NET/C# side of things) more fun by treating it like the "cheat c...
Google AdWords is the backbone of the Google platform. Learn the basics of using this service and help your business reach customers and analyze the results.
Firstly it depends on what your company actually does. If there are any regulations to keep the Data Secure that sort of immediately rules out any form of Public Cloud Storage thou...
Companies need to check whether any of the new generic top-level domains are confusingly similar to their own brands - and where that's the case, they need to know what action to t...
Social networking has had a huge impact on how we communicate and interact -- but some people refuse to get caught up in the trend. Alan Norton explains why he's one of them.
Nearing the end of yet another year in the IT world, we take a step back and look at the sudden rise in demand of IBM Mainframes in 2011 and its two important collaborations with P...
This paper studies the dynamic of outcomes in bidding markets when firms face financial constraints. The authors consider an in finite horizon game with two stages at each date. In...
Chip Camden thinks the reports of independent consulting being dead are exaggerated, though he concedes that there are greater obstacles to getting work.