Research suggests that stereotypes about millennial workers may not be accurate and are certainly not useful.
Anybody who has ever been to London or anybody who has never been to London should go to London or go back to London. Post-Olympics it is the best city in the world.
In one of those rare moments where you rekindle your faith in humanity, Kumiko Yamada of the Japanese Women’s Institute Of Contemporary Media Culture has stood up to defend the usage of sexual violence in media with a refreshingly cogent and sane set of arguments.
FinTech may, or may not, be the one-horse race the financial commentators are claiming. But it’s certainly where the smart money’s going.
Apple is expected to adopt an organic light-emitting diode (OLED) display on the iPhone -- the question is when. A new report claims this could happen as soon as next year.
Blockchain company R3 CEV ran a trial with most of its member banks testing a real-world financial markets process on distributed ledger technology.
It's almost a paradox. The number-one reason to stay away from the cloud -- security -- has also become the number-one reason to go into the cloud. Private clouds are seen as the best havens for secure data, but public cloud services are also seen as more secure than traditional on-premises systems.
I decided to run a Google AdWords campaign to direct people to my book. It didn’t go exactly how I’d hoped.
Ubisoft won't even hand reviewers a copy of 'The Division' until it launches. Here's why that's absolutely the right call for the publisher, and for gamers.
Ahead of Apple's expected launch event in March (with Jim Dalrymple suggesting March 21st "sounds right"), there are more signs from the supply chain that both the iPhone and the iPad ranges will receive new hardware. That new hardware is likely going to reduce demand for the existing models, so it's time to clear out as many units as possible.