Are tech firms to blame for extremism and abuse?

According to an ethic body, Facebook, Twitter, and Google should be held liable for illegal and dangerous content on its platforms

Shopping centre developer ‘enhances’ customer experience

Citycon has “grasped” Visit Intelligence, in a bid to optimise its shopping centre operations and to enhance its customers’ shopping experience

CA Veracode urges businesses to secure software

Veracode today reveals the large gap between software creation and software security

Apple to buy Shazam for US$400million

According to recent media reports, Apple is close to taking over Shazam for US$400million to save money on commissions

China uses LinkedIn to target German politicians

BfV revealed to the BBC that Chinese hackers, also known as 'Fancy Bear', are using fake LinkedIn profiles to gather information on German officials and politicians

Ford to test self-driving tech

Ford revealed it will be testing its latest self-driving technology next year, but will not begin commercial production until 2021

Australian stock exchange firm develops blockchain

Australian stock exchange firm, Australian Securities Exchange (ASX), reveals it will be becoming the first worldwide market to use bitcoin technology, in a bid to settle and clear trades

Testplant predicts 2018 as the year of IoT-as-a-service

The hottest AI platform today will be a cold fish by the end of 2018. That’s according to Testplant’s technology predictions for the year ahead

QualiTest reveals consumer habits could ‘make or break’ retailers

A recent survey conducted by QualiTest Group reveals bugs and glitches could “make or break” online retailers


QA trends to be aware of in 2017

Dmitry Tishchenko, Process Manager at A1QA, reviews the QA cornerstones that stayed with us in the year 2016 and are likely to remain popular...
Test automation is not an easy undertaking. It is quite challenging for many vendors and should be precisely tailored to the demands of every customer.