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Rise of passive investing could harm Silicon Valley startups

Sep. 4th, 2017 | ZDNet

The tremendous growth of index funds could stifle growth of startups and harm innovation as massive amounts of money flow into company stocks regardless of their individual performance.

Alastair MacGibbon takes optimistic view of 2016 Census gaffe

Sep. 4th, 2017 | ZDNet

Australia's Special Adviser to the Prime Minister on Cyber Security has taken a positive stance on the 2016 Census debacle that was labelled a 'confluence of failure', calling it the wake-up call the nation needed.

8 speed bumps that may slow down the microservices and container express

Sep. 4th, 2017 | ZDNet

Containers and microservices are paving the way to DevOps. However, as with any promising technology approach, they require management care and feeding.

Elon Musk: Race for AI could start World War III

Sep. 4th, 2017 | ZDNet

Competition for AI superiority could spark global conflict, warns entrepreneur.

​The bright side of the AI and robot revolution: You might get to retire earlier

Sep. 4th, 2017 | ZDNet

Productivity gains should be used to make the quality of our working life better, and not just make corporations richer.

Nokia goes Android 8.0 Oreo: Upgrade confirmed for all new smartphone models

Sep. 4th, 2017 | ZDNet

HMD Global exec vows all its current Nokia phones will get Android 8.0 Oreo.

Locky ransomware: Why this menace keeps coming back

Sep. 4th, 2017 | ZDNet

It's one of the most successful forms of ransomware. Here's why the Locky ransomware keeps disappearing - only to reappear again.

Router flaws put AT&T customers at hacking risk

Sep. 4th, 2017 | ZDNet

The bugs are easy to exploit, but can be easily mitigated.

Windows 10 Mobile dead? These two new phones suggest it's not quite curtains

Sep. 4th, 2017 | ZDNet

Pair of new Windows 10 Mobile phones emerge from TrekStor and Wileyfox.

5 ways to advance robotics in manufacturing

Sep. 4th, 2017 | ZDNet

The maturity of automated technology used in manufacturing is all over the map, says Carnegie Mellon Prof. Howie Choset, but there are concrete ways to fix that.

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