The Truth About Amazon review – slick consumer show avoids the unpalatable | Television

Even the gentlest programme about Amazon cannot help but function as a reminder that Jeff Bezos originally planned to called his creation – presumably until a brave and/or heavily stock-optioned colleague took him aside and murmured in his ear: “You’re not supposed to say the quiet part out loud, Continue Reading

When to unfriend: ‘I just got so sick of seeing these stupid opinions on my feeds’ | Friendship- Tempemail

When Melbourne re-entered stage 3 lockdown, I posted a “Bunnings Karens” status and the consequent 81 comment argument saw me Marie Kondo my friends list to only those who spark joy. I went from 2,600+ to 997. The unique bubble of Covid-19 isolation and anxiety led to me pulling the Continue Reading

Apple unveils its first over-ear headphones – the £549 AirPods Max | Apple

Apple has announced its long anticipated first over-ear, noise cancelling wireless headphones, the AirPods Max, costing £549. The new headphones look to take the good bits of Apple’s wireless earbuds the AirPods and put them in larger Bluetooth headphones with high quality speakers and a very high price tag. The Continue Reading

VDPs are at the Heart of the Australian Cyber Security Centre’s Recommendations- Tempemail

2020 has been an important year for VDP standardization worldwide. Earlier in the year, the U.S. saw the release of the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA)’s Binding Operational Directive 20-01, NIST SP 800-53 Revision 5, and the Internet of Things Cybersecurity Bill, all of which positioned vulnerability disclosure policies Continue Reading

Uber ditches effort to develop own self-driving car | Technology

Uber has ditched efforts to develop its own self-driving car with the multibillion-dollar sale of its driverless car division to a Silicon Valley startup. The ride-hailing company is selling the business, known as Advanced Technologies Group (ATG), for a reported $4bn (£3bn) to Aurora, a start-up that makes sensors and Continue Reading

Tesla to raise another $5bn by selling shares | Technology

Tesla is to raise up to $5bn selling new shares, as the electric carmaker takes advantage of an almost 900% surge in its share price over the last 12 months. The move comes three months after Tesla last moved to raise $5bn, at the time its biggest issue of new Continue Reading

Even Keanu Reeves is doing it: why are comics going to Kickstarter? | Comics and graphic novels

Comics have had a record-breaking year on Kickstarter. By October this year, backers had pledged $22m (£16.5m) to comics projects, up from $17m by the same point in 2019. Since the platform began in 2009, Kickstarter has funded 10,000 comic book projects, to the tune of $127m. With Marvel and Continue Reading

Testing Strategies in Software Engineering: Key Insights- Tempemail

I decided to speak at a PentaBAR event and then write an article on testing strategies in software engineering and the common problems that block us in the quest of crafting good ones. Throughout my career, I identified a set of anti-patterns that tend to reproduce again and again. These Continue Reading

Customer Journey Map – Examples & Free Template

Every customer journey is unique. It’s up to marketers to map out every customer experience and touchpoint by using customer journey map templates.  On this page, you can download all 8 customer journey map templates for free (includes access to Google Presentations and Google Spreadsheets links) – so you can Continue Reading

iHuman review – doom-laden documentary about the future of AI | Documentary films

What will happen when robots become smarter than humans – will they want to kill us? No, according to the computer scientist in charge of Elon Musk’s artificial intelligence research company OpenAI. His name is Ilya Sutskever and he believes that super intelligent machines won’t hate us, but they will Continue Reading