Archive for November, 2018

Airbnb sued in Israel & US

Airbnb is the latest tech-oriented firm to take a stand on a hot-button issue but at what cost?

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Camera turns phone pics hi-tech

Drone maker DJI has announced a tiny hi-tech camera packed with advanced features that also attaches to your phone.

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AI chipping away at recognition

A US firm is creating technology on a chip to enable security camera vision to be analysed to identify people and objects.

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Fitbit Charge 3 a step forward

Fitbit has fine-tuned the functionality of its fitness monitoring in the classy and classic Charge 3.

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Air back to take on lookalikes

When Apple announced the MacBook Air in 2008, it was groundbreaking. Fast forward a decade and things are different.

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Tap-and-go on Sydney transport

Sydney commuters can swipe their credit cards, phones and smart watches to use the city’s trains, ferries and light rail.

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An air of MacBook in Matebook

The impressively powerful MateBook X Pro gives Windows 10 some pizzazz and is an appealing on-the-go notebook.

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Hisense: more TV bang for bucks

Hisense’s first premium OLED 4K TV has less flash than some of its rivals, but offers great value for money.

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Amazon rolls out Alexa Blueprints

Amazon is letting you customise its personal assistant Alexa with your own jokes, skills, and information.

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A bird? A plane? No, your coffee

Australia’s first commercial drone home-delivery service will begin in Canberra’s north next year.

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AI on watch for airport anxiety

Computers will soon automatically detect unduly nervous passengers at airports.

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