The Vulnerabilities of the Past Are the Vulnerabilities of the Future – Tempemail

Major software vulnerabilities are a fact of life, as illustrated by the fact that Microsoft has patched between 55 and 110 vulnerabilities each month this year – with 7% to 17% of those vulnerabilities being critical. May had the fewest vulnerabilities, with a total of 55 and only four considered Continue Reading

Building the Future Connected Industry: Part 2: Building the Distributed Edge- Tempemail

By Nermin Mohamed, Head of Telecommunications Solutions, Tempemail In part 1 of this blog series, we looked at how 5G and private networks can help transform the commercial industry of today to the connected industry of the future. In this blog post, we’ll look at using the intelligent edge and Continue Reading

‘The future of housing’: California desert to get America’s first 3D-printed neighborhood | 3D printing

The desert landscape of California’s Coachella valley will soon be home to the first US neighborhood comprised entirely of 3D-printed houses. Through a partnership between two California companies – Palari, a sustainable real estate development group, and Mighty Buildings, a construction technology company – a five acre parcel of land Continue Reading

Building the Future Connected Industry: Part 1: Why Connected Industry Matters- Tempemail

By Nermin Mohamed, Head of Telecommunications Solutions at Tempemail In a previous blog series, I talked about the value of 5G in closing the gap of the digital divide and its role in building the future rural networks. In the next decade, the focus for countries and industries will be Continue Reading

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Fold review: a glimpse at the future of folding PCs | Lenovo

Lenovo’s ThinkPad X1 Fold is an entirely new form – a tablet PC that closes like a book with a foldable screen. It may just be the future of the computer. The £2,500-plus X1 Fold joins a rarefied group of cutting edge folding-screen devices that include the reinvention of the Continue Reading

What Facebook’s Australia news ban could mean for its future in the US | Facebook

Facebook’s dramatic decision last week to block news from being shared to its users in Australia is already seeing global legislative aftershocks and may present new challenges for the company in the US. Facebook in mid-February banned Australian news organizations from posting content on the platform and barred users based Continue Reading

Wikipedia at 20: last gasp of an internet vision, or a beacon to a better future? | Wikipedia

Twenty years ago today, a tech startup called Nupedia launched a side project. The company had been hard at work producing a free online encyclopaedia, but it was slow going: its strict editing process, comprehensive peer-review and focus on expert authors meant it finished only 21 articles in its first Continue Reading