Facebook urged to revamp group algorithms

Reset Australia wants Facebook to revamp algorithms that direct users to anti-vax sites, Covid misinformation and conspiratorial groups.

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Chip shortage ‘could stretch to 2023’

Intel’s CEO has added to the growing view that the chip-supply disruptions hitting companies and consumers won’t wane soon.

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Facebook algorithms promote COVID misinformation

A new study has found that Facebook not only contains a mountain of anti-vaxx sites, the social network’s algorithms are enticing users to them.

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Demands broaden on Facebook

The call for Facebook to more thoroughly address damaging health messaging including anti-vaccine groups is heating up.

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Zoom launches apps and events

Popular video conferencing application Zoom has launched apps and events platforms as it scales up its business and enterprise offerings.

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Bezos flies higher than Branson

Jeff Bezos flew higher than Richard Branson in a lower space flight that used very different technology.

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Go1 goes big with latest capital raise

The start-up has landed the latest in a string of major funding wins for Australian tech companies.

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Screen quality to enthuse gamers

LG has been the trailblazer with its OLED TV sets. OLED, or organic LED TVs, have crystals that emit their own light.

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Chip shortage spawns dangerous counterfeits

The global chip shortage has led to a flood of fake computer chips that could be used in digital equipment.

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TSMC to diversify into US, Japan

Digital technology company Webcentral has flagged $2 million in cost synergies annually, as it announced it had entered into a merger with 5G Networks (ASX:5GN), which would see it acquire 100 per cent of 5GN by way of a scheme of arrangement.

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Chip shortage dumbs down cars

Some car makers are starting to leave out features on new cars due to the shortage of computer chips.

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