How did Russia target its fake Facebook ads?

The US Congress have released images of Facebook advertisements that Russia published in order to manipulate their foreign power to spark outrage across the United States of America. All of the ads appealed to different people of American society, but the majority...

Is your ’secure’ Wi-Fi no longer safe?

When setting up a Wi-Fi connection, you should know to set up the “WPA2” box to encrypt traffic and stop any hackers. However, the box is still vulnerable to cryptographic attacks. According to new research from Mathy Vanhoef; a security researcher at KU Leuven in...

Amazon Targets Low-Income Customers

Amazon has gone head to head with Walmart recently as they begin to target Walmart’s key audience; low income customers. Amazon has started offering a reduced Amazon Prime subscription to US consumers who receive monetary assistance from the government. Not only is...

Facebook robots start using secret language

Artificial intelligence or, in this case, the Facebook bot, has been in the news recently after concerns after the robots began to talk using their own language. The Facebook Artificial Research lab originally created the system as a way to improve the conversations...

Birmingham School of Code Free Bootcamp

The School of Code aim to make coding a social, fun and collaborative experience. Their mission is to encourage different types of people to pursue their interests in technology by teaching them key skills and providing a whole range of opportunities. Their latest...

Robots are working in grocery stores?

A family-owned grocery store in America, Schnucks, has introduced robots to three of its stores. Tally the robot is being given a six-week trial, some of her capabilities include checking aisles for out of stock items three times a day and making sure products and...

Is Amazon getting too big?

All of us love a good David and Goliath story—but what happens when Goliath remains unopposed? In the terms of companies, the heavy hitters are equivalent to this fictional juggernaut. Names like Amazon and Google are recognized worldwide for everything from products...

City Logistics

Cities are affected by the transportation that operate within them. Both urban freight transportation and passenger transport have economic, environmental and social impacts in city areas. What are city logistics? In 1999, Taniguchi et al. defined city logistics as...

Developer Reaches for the Sky

Software developer Nicholas Mattiello from Moyavox is currently chasing his dream to become a qualified pilot. We caught up with Nick to find out what has driven him to take on this challenge. What made you decide to take your private pilot’s license? It was my dream...

Are we closer to “intelligent” logistics?

A round table of leading supply chain management (SCM) technology analysts recently expressed their expert opinions on “intelligent” logistics and how today’s logistics companies need to stay relevant in an interview with Michael Levans. The professionals consisted of...

Rising cost of supply chain disruption

Business interruption now accounts for a much higher proportion of the overall loss than was the case ten years ago – and that is down to increasing interdependencies between companies, the global supply chain and lean production processes. That connection is made by...