The “copyright directive” that will be voted tomorrow in the EU parliament is so (words fail me here) to be, as they say, “not even wrong”. But if it is approved, it may have a wonderful, long overdue unintended consequence.
Or any other similar service, actually. Here is just one small example from Mumbai.
A Chinese court just issued a ruling that may have huge implications for blockchain in China, and give EU lawmakers some good ideas.
Some Indian companies recently got a lesson about file formats that the WHOLE world needs to learn. But it is a lesson that is at least ten years old.
Had you noticed that marketing for the Internet of Things is about seventy years old?
A great project that ended a few months ago did something essential, but it is also something that may hide a bigger problem.
Yes, we do. Because “clean energy” from photovoltaic installation may pollute a lot without them.
Why stop at self-DRIVING cars when we could have self FLYING ones?
What is the point of replacing Facebook and Google with the same things, just with another “owner”?