Archive for May, 2017

Pilot a drone with hand gestures

Now there’s a drone you wave at to control. It’s cheap and packed with sophisticated tech and looks set to storm the market.

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Huawei P10 is a keeper

Huawei’s P10 is one of the phones I wanted to keep after reviewing it.

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Garmin’s Fenix 5 gets fitness right

Garmin’s Fenix 5 watch is great at fitness monitoring but is let down by some poor design choices.

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VR to save babies’ lives

Virtual reality will be used to teach midwifery students how to resuscitate babies at birth.

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Human chat pods a hit at CeBIT

Human video chat pods made life easy for those needing help at CeBIT Australia this week.

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Video games ‘a threat for kids’

Exposing a small child to violent video games might lead to post-traumatic stress disorder, Randi Zuckerberg says.

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AI tool translates to real world

Researchers and new technology are revolutionising the way computers and the internet translate languages.

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Kaspersky hits back at spy claims

Eugene Kaspersky would hand over code to clear his company of US claims of cyberespionage.

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NASA opens doors on disruption

NASA is offering Australian businesses insights into its investments crucial for the future of space exploration.

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Google app’s virtual art gallery

Teachers could soon transform classrooms into virtual art exhibitions under ambitious plan announced by Google.

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Google’s big AI announcements

Artificial Intelliegence dominates as Google reveals its new key features at their annual keynote.

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