As people are now spending a substantial amount of time online, traditional businesses and other vendors try to attract new customers by gaining traction on social media platforms, capturing the attention of users in a variety of ways. This is often achieved by...
Maxim Integrated’s Executive Director of Business Management Veronique Rozan Reflects on Her Journey Into the EE Industry
Veronique Rozan, Executive Director of Business Management at Maxim Integrated, has gradually made her way from an application engineering role to a management position in approximately 20 years. She now focuses on developing business strategies to launch...
Turkey has blocked Twitter, Facebook, WhatsApp and YouTube, according to censorship monitoring site, Turkey Blocks.
Amazon faces accusations of fostering "intolerable working conditions" at a Scottish warehouse, following reports that some workers are camped in tents outside depots in order to save money commuting.
Uber's self-driving car experiment has ended in San Francisco, after transport regulators yanked the registration of the Volvos being used in the unauthorised trials.
Although she was one of the earliest women to forge a fully-fledged career in tech, many may know Joan Clarke best as the one-time fiancee to Alan Turing, portrayed by Keira Knightley in 2014 film The imitation Game. Clarke was much more than just Turing's friend and...
Google's DeepMind is set to develop its artificial intelligence efforts by playing video games.
Today is the first day of Women in Tech Month at IT Pro; five weeks dedicated to highlighting the successes and achievements of women in the tech industry and examining the challenges still faced by the female workforce.
Jackie Kinsey has been working in recruitment for 20 years, spending half of that time at ThoughtWorks, a global software consultancy where she currently holds the position of chief leadership officer.
Autonomous cars have been a staple of science fiction for years, appearing in films like I, Robot, Demolition Man and Minority Report. Thanks to the brightest minds in Silicon Valley, however, they're rapidly becoming science fact.