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Twitter Inc Co-Founder Evan Williams Believes Developers Should Take Center Stage Once More

Co-founder and former CEO of Twitter Inc. (NYSE:TWTR), has announced that he is willing to leave the micro-blog site’s Board of Directors, if the current acting CEO is uncomfortable being surrounded by ex-CEO’s on the board. Speaking at the Fortune Brainstorm Tech he said he’d finally come to realise what Twitter is. “Early on we didn’t know what Twitter was. ... Read More »

Mature Job-Seeker? A Surefire Way To Give Yourself The Competitive Edge!

  Mature job-seekers face special challenges. It is common knowledge that younger employers are likely to hold several negative stereotypes relating to age. Perhaps the most prevalent of these preconceptions is that you lack the necessary technical skills for the job. There is, nevertheless, one surefire way to counteract this presumption. Moreover, it will provide you with two key factors ... Read More »

Twitter Inc (TWTR) Communications Head Leaves, No Reason Given

Twitter Inc (NYSE:TWTR)’s head of communications, Gabriel Stricker, announced his exit on Thursday. His exit suggests the micro-blogging company is planning big changes in its strategies under the guidance of its new acting CEO, Jack Dorsey. Gabriel held important posts Stricker, who has been Twitter’s top communications person since 2012, informed investors about his exit with a tweet without stating the ... Read More »

The Debut of Beme, a Social App That Aims for Authenticity

Casey Neistat isn’t as handsome as in his Facebook profile picture. His daily life isn’t as beautiful as it is on Instagram. And he’s not as clever as his quips make him seem on Twitter. And that’s exactly how Mr. Neistat wants you to see him. This sounds peculiar coming from Mr. Neistat, a short-form video artist and evangelist of ... Read More »

SA needs to invest in mental health services – professor

Johannesburg – South Africa needs to invest in mental health services and research, says psychiatry professor. Johannesburg – Award-winning psychiatry professor Dan Stein believes that South Africa needs to invest more deeply into assisting those with mental disorders. “There is often a feeling that there isn’t enough money for mental health services and research,” said Professor Dan Stein, one of ... Read More »

Cardiff Council’s health and social care department are on course to miss half of their savings target – only three months into the financial year

Fears about missed targets have already appeared It has been warned that Cardiff council’s social services department could miss nearly half of its planned savings for this year, despite being only three months into the financial year. The department, the largest of its kind in Wales, is projecting that £4.44m of its £9.2m proposed savings due this year will be ... Read More »

‘Final Fantasy XV’ PC Version Gets Groundswell Support from Gamers!

Apart from a recent leak supposedly about a gameplay demo running on DirectX12 on Windows 10, the PC version of the upcoming role-playing game “Final Fantasy XV” is now getting groundswell support from gamers. Apparently, a petition was made by gamers at for game developer Square Enix to really push for the development of the PC version of “Final ... Read More »

More “Quality-Focused” Marvel Console Games Coming, But Don’t Expect Them Soon

Not satisfied with Marvel’s current lineup of console games? If so, you may be happy to learn that the entertainment giant has announced plans to develop even more console games, but they may take a while to get here. That’s because, the company explained today at Comic-Con, the studio is hoping to make them great–and this takes time. During a ... Read More »

India eyes ex- Soviet airbase in Tajikistan

PRIME Minister Narendra Modi is to ask Tajikistan for the lease of a former Soviet airbase that was refurbished by India in 2007. Government sources advised M AIL T ODAY that use of the Ayni airbase for the Indian Air Force, tops the agenda for dialogue with Tajikistan President with Tajikistan President Emomali Rahmon when the prime minister arrives on ... Read More »

Robots can now tackle their greatest challenge: stairs

We’ve long attempted to recreate living creatures in robot form. From very early age of robotics, there has been attempts to reproduce systems similar to human arms and hands. This has been extended to flexible and mobile platforms reproducing different animals from dogs tosnakes to climbing spider octopods, and even entire humanoids. One of the key actions performed by animals ... Read More »