I'm getting increasingly baffled and disappointed by the scandal-cum-congressional-ragefest surrounding Facebook. Instead of piling on Mark Zuckerberg or worrying about who has our personal data, legislators should focus on the real issue: How our data get used.
On Tuesday April 24, Wamda will be hosting Tony Bates , CEO of Social Capital’s new growth unit, for a casual fireside chat and Q&A, followed by a networking session. Bates is a well known i ... Read more
As many had expected, both Samsung and Apple jumped on the all-screen design bandwagon in the same year. Samsung did it first as it launches its flagship at the beginning of the year, and Apple follow ... Read more
I'm working on a diagram to show the relationship between two groups. For the illustration of the problem, let's say those two groups are Cities and Superheros, and for each City we show which Superhe ... Read more
Sure, you might've been a little underwhelmed by the Mark Zuckerberg hearing. The dry answers and hours of inane questioning were a little too much for us, but you know how it could have been vastly i ... Read more
More reports of issues with Windows 10 cumulative update KB4093112 are coming in, and most recently, users have started complaining of problems with Wacom pens after installing this new patch. As we r ... Read more
Samsung users in the UK are often left complaining about software updates despite the country being one of the company’s major markets (though not the biggest), but Galaxy Note 8 owners can fina ... Read more
After a few months without updates, Apple has shown some attention to the mobile version of its free iMovie video editor with a new update. It's now fully compatible with the iPhone X's Supe ... Read more