Subscription businesses proving resilient as economy contracts due to coronavirus

Businesses in tech and beyond are increasingly turning to a subscription model to retain customers and stay flexible amid uncertainty. More about Innovation Millions of traditional businesses have been turning…

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How the coronavirus is spurring the growth of emerging technologies

The outbreak is amping up demand for drones, robots, telemedicine, virtual reality, and other aspects of technology, according to eMarketer. More about Innovation It's ironic that advancements in technology, science,…

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IoT security, neglected infrastructure, and a crisis of trust deemed major threats for 2022

The Internet Security Forum predicts the coming threats with a very good track record so far. Get your company ready for these threats. Armed with a "state of the industry"…

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With a possible lockdown extension, startup employees face an uncertain future

After the lockdown on March 30, some startups placed their employees on salary pay cuts and unpaid leave. But with the lockdown extended, what does the future hold for startups and their employees?

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New study shows how ultrasound technique can treat Alzheimer’s disease

A new study is offering insight into how a novel ultrasound technique could help treat Alzheimer’s disease describing how the treatment weakens the blood-brain barrier in brain cells, potentially improving the uptake of drugs to treat the disease.

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Airport Aerials: The incredible photo project looking down on airports

One of photographer Toby Harriman's personal projects over the past few years has been exploring the unique designs of different airports, and his slowly expanding Airport Aerials project is offering truly unique perspectives on these massive spaces.

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