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We shouldn’t approach technology from a place of fear

The World Economic Forum has forecast that five million jobs will be lost to technology before 2020, but that just over two million new ones will be created Millions of people will lose their jobs. Entire professions will be destroyed. Workers with obsolete skills will struggle to find employment. These fears have been felt with each new technological development throughout ... Read More »

Impact of GST on Real Estate

The impact of GST on real estate will depend upon the abatement allowed on agreement value, says CRISIL survey. From the point of view of consumers, the impact of GST on the real estate sector will hinge on its effective implementation rate. In the residential segment, completed properties do not attract service tax and so will have no impact of ... Read More »

10 gadgets that solve some of your most annoying tech problems

Good gadgets are fun novelty items and great gadgets make life more convenient. But the best gadgets are the ones that fix issues, have multiple functions, and keep you safe. The Komando Shop is full of gadgets, electronics, and accessories that do just that. That’s why I decided to hand-pick 10 of those problem-solving devices just for you. And that’s ... Read More »

Sale of Daniel and Danielle Besen’s Flinders weekender confirmed for just under $20m

THE lavish beachside mansion of Daniel and Danielle Besen has officially sold, for an eye-watering figure just shy of its $20 million price expectations. The seven-bedroom Miramar in Flinders went under offer in early March, shortly after its expressions of interest campaign ended. But the Herald Sun understands the sale was only recently finalised, with an international buyer paying about ... Read More »

Cyware: What Is the Role of Cyber Situational Awareness

In modern dialect, the phrase Cyber Swan refers to a cyber event that happens suddenly and leaves a major impact. When it comes to cybersecurity, organizations as well as individuals must give a special preference to black swan theory. As the technology, volume and operation in cyberspace grow, so do the threats. It is not like cyber attacks and data ... Read More »

The Small Technology Giving Big Peace of Mind

Hope, fear and inspiration In 2012, Kurt Workman was a full-time chemical engineering major at Brigham Young University. Kurt’s aunt had just had twins, prematurely, so he and his wife were lending a helping hand whenever they could. They saw firsthand the constant worry Kurt’s aunt shouldered. They wanted to start a family of their own soon, but Kurt knew ... Read More »

‘It’ Creeps to Top of Social Media Charts

Sony’s tentpole “Spider-Man: Homecoming” and New Line’s horror movie “It” dominated social media chatter last week with more than 251,000 and 235,000 new conversations, according to media-measurement firm comScore and its PreAct service. Sony and Marvel presented footage at CinemaCon on March 27 for “Spider-Man: Homecoming,” offering a far deeper look at Michael Keaton’s villainous Vulture and emphasizing Tom Holland’s ... Read More »

Photographer: Krisztian Bocsi/Bloomberg Internet Privacy Furor Is a Preview of the Coming War Over Net Neutrality

The U.S. Congress’s decision to invalidate a set of internet privacy rules from the Obama administration set off a firestorm this week. The change, which will allow service providers like AT&T Inc. and Verizon Communications Inc. to collect and sell customers’ information without their permission, prompted ad campaigns from internet freedom groups shaming lawmakers and a small wave of service journalism about VPNs ... Read More »

Greening announces merger of education and skills funding

Education secretary Justine Greening The new, single funding body will be called the Education and Skills Funding Agency. It will be part of the Department for Education and start to operate from next month. The new agency will continue to carry out the roles of the Education and Funding Agency and the Skills Funding Agency and consequently it will be ... Read More »

The myriad effects of social media on the justice system

A screenshot from the Parker Police Department’s Twitter feed. My wife locked her classroom door, moved away from any windows, and sent me a text to let me know a man with a gun had been seen outside her school. The swift, professional reaction of teachers and staff at Sierra Middle School locked down the building and ushered students to ... Read More »