The instant tailor is coming

You can now have your clothing measurements taken by a 3D scanner in Westfield centres. Next: instant clothes.
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NASA nearing drones control

The days of swarms of self flying drones combing the sky is nearing with NASA to trial software capable of managing them.
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Apple patents reveal Watch’s buzz

Patents obtained by Apple show plans for its haptic engine go beyond an invisible buzz to the wrist as an Apple Watch notification.
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TV arch-rivals ahead of curve

The Korean arch-­rivals are now spruiking even newer technologies that promise better colour accuracy and depth.
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Kids flock to code

Yesterday Bill Shorten said all kids needed to learn to code. This week 7000 students are doing that courtesy of Microsoft.
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Quickflix to offer Presto content

Presto has announced it has entered a deal with rival Quickflix to offer its streaming content.
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Hockey’s offering has legs, but …

For Sydney startup The Wine Gallery, Joe Hockey’s remedy for fledgling business has a promising bouquet, but it needs work.
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How to digitally disappear

The metadata attached to your phone calls and online activity is making you vulnerable. Here’s how to leave less of a trail.
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Tech gives budget a measured tick

Start-ups were winners in the budget but there’s concern about no holistic plan to develop Australia’s digital economy.
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Automation hopeful switches off lights

A hyped-up Sydney start-up that built a magic sphere to control home devices has gone bust.
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Brains, beauty in Apple Watch

When my love affair with computer technology began decades ago, no one was interested in making the IBM System 360 beautiful.
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