Much in the same way the myth that Russia colluded with the Trump campaign in the 2016 US presidential election was shown to be just that after a probe by former FBI chief Robert Mueller, the great Cambridge Analytica scandal appears to have also lost all its air like a deflated balloon.
The global PC market, inclusive of desktops, notebooks and workstations, grew 4.7% in the third quarter of this year to 79.9 million units, recording the best growth performance since the first quarter, according to a new analyst report.
Bitcoin’s new normal bottom is US$10,000, according to the chief of one of the world’s largest independent financial advisory organisations, deVere Group.
Global venture capital investment witnessed a gradual decline in two consecutive months — May and June — in the second quarter of 2019, primarily due to a decline in the total number of VC investments in the US and China, according to analyst firm Global Data.
The overall market for PCs in Europe, the Middle East and Africa declined by 5.8% year-on-year to 19.6 million units in the fourth quarter of 2018, with the commercial space dropping by 1.1%, the analyst firm IDC says.
Spending on technology products and services in Australia is forecast to reach $93.3 billion this year, an increase of 3.4% from 2018, and reach more than $97 billion in 2020, according to a newly published forecast.
The value of annual bitcoin transactions is expected to slide further from the latter half of next year, according to a new study which reveals that daily cryptocurrency transaction volumes have fallen from an average of around 360,000 per day in late 2017 to 230,000 in September 2018.
The European Union will cancel all .eu domains which have been registered by registrants in Britain after the country completes the Brexit process.
Australian-based global technology recruitment specialist Talent has reported solid growth for the six months to the end of December 2017, on the back of a strong performance in APAC, its San Francisco office exceeding expectations and a turnaround in the company’s London office in the wake of the post-Brexit announcement.
The British Government has rounded on Twitter for revealing that the Russian-linked entities, in this case the broadcasting service RT, spent only a little over £1000 for advertising on the referendum, called in June last year to decide whether the UK should continue to remain a part of the European Union.
Innovation is driving the growth of the global ride-sharing industry with service providers and operators likely to pull in an estimated US$11 billion in revenue this year, increasing to US$19 billion in 2022.
What is the first thing a politician thinks about after he/she has won office? His/her thoughts will invariably turn to how he/she can get re-elected. And every move made thereafter will be in pursuit of that singular objective.
Australian IT spending forecasts for 2016 have been revised upwards from $79.9 billion to $83.3 billion by analyst firm Gartner due to currency fluctuations, demonstrating the strength of growth in the market compared to the continuing flat spending forecast globally.
A possible Trump presidency and fallout from the Brexit vote are fuelling price spikes in Bitcoin with exchanges "driving growth" as "retail interest wanes", according to new research.
British Prime Minister David Cameron has announced he will quit by October after Britain voted to leave the European Union after 43 years of a historic union.
UK tech employees are sounding a warning that if Britain votes to leave the European Union (EU) in the Brexit referendum, it will have a negative impact on the technology sector in the country, and, more broadly, on the global tech industry.
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