Jargon watch: seabasing

In a tale of fact imitating fiction the US Navy is looking at ways to support the military in future conflicts by creating bases which allow ships to act as a combined space, which they call sea basing (or sea basing). The reason for this is in battles with the likes of China they may […]

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Links of the day | 在网上找到

Index funds may be conspiring against the very same investors who fund them | Quartz – interesting analysis, surely this would also be the issue with ‘shareholder value’ in general? Oracle’s cloud sales – Business Insider – short term numbers for long term losses Shanghai Street View: Wealth Explosion – high street wealth management products, explains a lot […]

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Links of the day | 在网上找到

iOS 8 hits 85 percent adoption as Google goes dark on Lollipop figures- The Inquirer – Android still suffering from fragmentation Hackers Remotely Hijacked A Jeep On The Highway | Fast Company – I really don’t understand how this would be news If this is “disappointing”, count me in: Apple produces another record quarter | TelecomTV – Revenue up […]

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Apple Pay in the UK

Even if I wasn’t interested in technology I would have known about the launch of Apple Pay in the UK some eight days ago. My inbox was bombarded with emails from credit card providers explaining how I use their card on the service. Apple Pay logos appeared in retail partners and on billboards in tube […]

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