Code Institute calls for increased skills bootcamp funding
Code Institute CEO, Jim Cassidy, calls for increased funding for skills bootcamps to address job market changes amid AI rise.
Number of female workers in UK tech sector down by thousands
Number of women in the UK tech sector declines in Q2 2023, raising concerns over the impact of economic caution on female workers.
Singapore recorded as a prime target for cybercriminals
Kaspersky’s latest statistics for Southeast Asia reveal that 43,445,502 phishing attempts were successfully blocked by Kaspersky Solutions in 2022.
$534m lost in 2016 as credit card fraudsters ditched the plastic & moved online
Physical credit card fraud is on the decline as online fraud takes its place, according to new statistics from the Australian Payments Network.
BroadSign Mobile used to bridge DOOH with smartphones in retail
BroadSign's Mobile offering is being used by Xprnc Media to engage with consumers, providing product information, coupons and discounts.
1, 2, 3, No! - Don't get lost in questionable numbers...
I’m constantly amazed at how enamoured people are with numbers. Every time I give a presentation, I see people scribble down statistics about anything even if the validity or actionability of the number is questionable.
Girls are all a-Twitter
Teenage schoolgirls are flocking to the microblogging service Twitter, according to early results from the educational project CensusAtSchool.
Second US$10 bn quarter for Google
Revenue up 24% year-on-year thanks to 'big bets' on Chrome, Android and YouTube.
Web scams leapt 22% in 09 – report
The massive growth of online crime is clearly illustrated in the FBI’s annual report on cybercrime in the US.