Facebook and CVs. What could possibly go wrong?
Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang: Humanity will use AI positively if access to artificial intelligence is 'democratised'
Jensen Huang, like Jack Ma, takes a positive view of artificial intelligence
New trademark application teases prospect of retro gaming on the move
People should have more confidence in their innate 'wisdom', says Ma, at Alibaba cloud computing event
Unpopular redesign of criticised platform to grace Linux
Oracle co-CEO Mark Hurd claims that his firm is now cheap enough for small businesses, thanks to cloud
"Our reputation is destroyed beyond repair," wails games company with little reputation to destroy
Well, it wasn't going to partner with Apple Music, was it?
If ignorance is bliss, what is basic stupidity?
Facebook already has all your other personal information, they may as well have a passport-style photo of your face as well
Desktop Linux surge sees open source operating system overtake MacOS, according to Netmarketshare figures
Netmarketshare figures questioned as Linux surges past MacOS
Microsoft CEO Nadella comes to London to pimp his book, Hit Refresh
What's the old saying? Embrace, extend and extinguish?
New browser intended to make better use of multi-core microprocessors
A new RSA report urges coders to sign a 'Hippocratic Oath' before embarking on AI programmes.
It's Stack Overflow's second calculator, and first for external devs
Major update weighs in at a hefty 1.89GB
Intel wants to get inside your car, despite missing out on mobile
'We'll keep fighting to fight to keep the web free and open,' claim EFF
And about time, too!
Oracle announces eighth-generation Sparc platform claiming big performance improvements over x86 and Sparc M7
Oracle's M8 launch comes in the same month it confirmed large-scale redundancies in both its Sparc and Solaris units
Equifax claims that UK information spillage is insufficient for identity thieves
But you'll have to wait until January 2018 when Chrome 64 arrives