OS X might seem simple — but it's an absolute powerhouse if you know how to use it.Some of the easiest ways to get the most of out of Apple's desktop operating system are hidden in plain sight: Keyboard shortcuts.Knowing the right keyboard shortcuts will save a second here and there — and over the course of a week, or a month, or a year, it adds up dramatically.Here are 13 of the most useful keyboard shortcuts that will save you time on the little things so you can focus on the big things:1) + Space — Bring up 'Spotlight' searchApple improved its search in the latest version of OS X.
The UK technology industry has plenty of women in leading roles.It's still a male dominated arena, though, so we've collected some of the UK's most interesting women in tech, ranging from VCs, to startup founders.Many of the people on this list have inested in innovate companies, both in the UK and abroad.Others are building those companies themselves.We Additional reporting by Oscar Williams-Grut, Lara O'Reilly, Will Heilpern, and Max Slater-Robins.View As: One PageSlides
The UK has one of Europe's most vibrant startup communities.From fintech to fashion technology, the country is host to a range of new tech companies.The people at the heart of the startups are the CEOs and cofounders who built and continue to lead the companies.We rounded up a selection of some of the UK's best startup CEOs.Did we miss anyone?Let us know in the comments — we want to know about them.Additional reporting by Oscar Williams-Grut, Lara O'Reilly, Will Heilpern, and Max Slater-Robins.View As: One PageSlides
Mobile game sales have become a huge portion of the video game industry and are set to become even bigger, Baird Equity Research's Colin Sebastian said in a new report.Some of the biggest publishers in the industry, including Electronic Arts and Activision, are starting to focus more seriously on mobile games.Much of the industry's potential is due to the fact that there are lots more mobile devices in use than PCs or game consoles.The mobile games business is becoming a lot bigger than Clash of Clans, Crossy Road, and Candy Crush — and it's offering a big opportunity for game publishers, distributors, and app store operators.Some of the largest publishers are starting to bring some of their best-known games to mobile devices.And publishers are likely to get people playing longer and spending more money by incorporating features such as location tracking, augmented reality, and real-time multiplayer interactions, he said.