Archive for March, 2018

Leaving war to ‘thinking’ weapons

Advocates say AI weaponry eliminates ‘human error’. Sceptics say it paves the way for humanity’s extinction.

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Tablet wars kick off

Apple and Google are fiercely competing to colonise the education market and get their tablets and notebooks into schools.

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Foxconn buys Belkin

Belkin one of the world’s most recognised suppliers of connectivity devices in consumer electronics has been bought by Foxconn.

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You quit Facebook. What now?

There are options out there for those fed up with Facebook, but they are not everyone’s cup of tea.

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Belkin charges on

Wireless charging is a popular feature but there’s no charger that works on every smartphone.

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Sony hits mid-range sweet spot

The Xperia XA2 might be Sony’s best hope to hold on to its customers.

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You’ve quit Facebook. What next?

There are options out there for those fed up with Facebook, but they are not everyone’s cup of tea.

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Belkin charges on, no wires

Wireless charging is a popular feature but there’s no charger that works on every smartphone.

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Users consider an online detox

It’s obvious from social network posts that Facebook’s misuse of data is on people’s minds.

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How to protect your privacy

It’s time to thoroughly check the data you entrust to Facebook and, through it, to connected apps.

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How tech giants know so much

The data scandal amplifies concern about the marketing economy that has exploded around Facebook’s disregard for privacy.

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