Here Are the Biggest Tech Stories of 2017

Few years have polarized public opinion as the one about to end. 2016 has seen political upheaval, heightened conflict and a sense, generally, that the things we once took for granted aren’t…

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The Election and Tech: Hillary Clinton

This is part of a three-part series of articles ahead of the 2016 US Presidential Election.  Hillary Clinton, the 2016 Democratic candidate for President of the United States, has had a fickle…

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The Election and Tech: Donald Trump

This is part of a three-part series of articles ahead of the 2016 US Presidential Election. Our next feature will examine Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton’s views on tech, followed by an interview…

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Denave’s Snehashish Bhattacharjee: “India is Conducive for Scale, Not Global Growth”

Snehashish Bhattacharjee is a decorated veteran of India’s tech scene. He began working at Wipro (which was the Software arm of Wipro – now part of Wipro Limited) before moving to Microsoft India in…

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Gobi Partners’ Kay-Mok Ku on Investing Smart in Southeast Asia

Kay-Mok Ku has over 17 years’ experience investing in startups across Asia. Since 2010 he has been a partner at Gobi Partners, an early-stage fund established in Shanghai in 2002. Singapore-based Ku has…

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Entrepreneur Lu Li on the Startup Gender Gap, and New Book ‘Dear Female Founder’

Women looking to become entrepreneurs face a shortage of role models. Lu Li aims to redress that. Her new book, Dear Female Founder, has pooled together letters from 66 women in business…

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Warren Buffet’s Apple Invesment: Four More Great Tech Trades

Warren Buffet pumped a billion dollars into Apple on Monday. Which might not seem a big deal given the Berkshire Hathaway magnate’s estimated $66.7bn worth, or that Apple shares are in an investor-baiting…

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Turkey’s hackers to continue disruption despite lifting of Twitter ban

Turkey’s hacking community will continue its quest of online disruption despite the country’s constitutional court lifting a controversial ban on Twitter. The embargo was deemed unlawful on April 3 but a block…

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Did Facebook Pay Too Much of WhatsApp, or What’s Really Behind Free Software…..

By Umang Gupta, Retired Chairman & CEO Keynote Systems Lately, I’ve met with a lot of young software entrepreneurs that want my advice about their new product or business idea. When I…

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Easy Solution Latest DMS Cyberfraud Protection Suite

Every day, cyber crime makes headlines. This week, Barnes & Noble announced that PIN keypads in 63 of its stores were hacked, leaking customers card information and PIN numbers. Earlier this month,…

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