Microsoft ramps up AI

Microsoft has announced a partnership with Reddit, and new fusing of the company’s products with artificial intelligence.

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Kids wake up to techy Christmas

Oh for the simple days when children built cranes with Meccano, glued together model aircraft, and played Monopoly.

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Twitter launches ‘threads’

The isolated Twitter thought bubble is expanding with the introduction of threaded tweets.

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Phones and home help top year

Every year technology comes out with more and more amazing things, this year three products really impressed.

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Why Vivaldi is music to your ears

If you’re a web researcher who regularly opens a stack of browser windows, Vivaldi could be music to your ears.

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Ozmo maps, mops, takes charge

Robot vacuum cleaners have been around for years, so a new one needs special features for us to take notice.

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Amazon not so amazing, so far

Amazon Australia’s retail launch failed to live up to the hype when I placed my first order just hours after official lift-off.

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Google maps red crab migration

Google is mapping the migration of 45 million red crabs on Christmas Island.

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Doctor Google will see you now

Rapid advances in artificial intelligence and nanotechnology have the potential to revolutionise healthcare.

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Could AI be a skipper’s saviour?

Steve Smith and Joe Root both made some questionable decisions in the second Test but could they have done better with AI?

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Amazon claims record sales

US retailer says first day orders were higher than for any other launch day in Amazon history.

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