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What Intel’s 2019 roadmap can tell us about the future of the Mac

Intel has charted its course for 2019. Heres how that might impact Apple’s computers.

Facial recognition tech helping place faces from the past

The ability of the likes of Facebook to find our faces and recognise friends in embarrassing photos taken ten years ago is familiar to most of us.

HR Voices: Hottest skills for the tech sector in 2019

UX designers, extreme programmers, big data engineers, AI and natural language processing experts and data scientists will be in-demand in 2019, reveal recruiters in India. 

Best practices for hiring and recruiting on LinkedIn

Looking for the perfect candidate? LinkedIn Talent Solutions offers powerful tools and services for leveraging real-time data and machine learning to make your match.

Cisco targets mobile enterprise apps with geolocation technology

Cisco's cloud-based DNA Spaces includes Cisco’s Connected Mobile Experience (CMX) and enterprise geolocation technology purchased from July Systems.

Intel's new 'F-series' Core chips lack an integrated GPU, and probably aren't worth your money

Intel's new F-series chips lack a GPU, and are priced the same as otherwise identical Intel processors with integrated graphics.

UK IT firm Ultima looks to bring intelligent RPA to clients 'from the infrastructure up'

UK-based IT infrastructure and managed services firm Ultima is embracing 'intelligent' robotic process automation (RPA) to help its clients automate repetitive business processes.

Inside GEN, the nonprofit combatting human trafficking with big data

The vast majority of law enforcement agencies are woefully underfunded for tackling human trafficking, which according to statistics from the Global Emancipation Network (GEN) claims roughly 21 million men, women and children as victims every year, who between them are worth as much as $50 billion to organised crime.

Adopt four of these personal development activities in 2019: Gartner

Gartner has advised tech chiefs to do a little introspection and personal development this year as they continue to grapple with cultural issues that make digitising their businesses tougher.

Why full-Chromium Edge means end times for IE

Microsoft's decision to adopt the Chromium open-source code to power its Edge browser could mean a sooner-than-expected end to support for Internet Explorer.