It's the data day of doom
A flurry of stories about social network outfit Facebook has led to a number of questions by politicians and journalists in both the UK and on the other side of the pond.
Uber suspends tests
A woman died in Tempe, Arizona after an autonomous automobile knocked her over as she was crossing the road.
Opinion Buzz words and the facts
Manufacturers - or vendors as I prefer to call them - have touted artificial intelligence (AI) almost since the beginning of the dawn of the computer. Which was 70 or 80 years ago, depending on how you're counting things.
It was only towards the end of her life that film star Hedy Lamarr was acknowledged as being the co-inventor of technology that underlies technologies including GPS, wi-fi and Bluetooth.
Up up and away
The European Semiconductor Industry Association (ESIA) said sales of semiconductors in the region rose by 19.9 percent in January, compared to sales in January 2018.
A problem with the design of glass at Apple's HQ has led to three employees being sufficiently hurt that they needed urgent medical treatment.
Ants in your pantries
An article in a French newspaper quotes the boss of Amazon France saying his company does have plans to compete with supermarket chains to deliver groceries in Europe.
Good news and bad news
A forecast from organisation the World Semiconductor Trade Statistics (WSTS) estimates that semiconductor sales in 2018 will only grow by 9.5 percent.
It's easily done
German car giant BMW admitted today that it is going to have to recall 18,000 cars because of a software SNAFU.