Archive for October, 2017

Speakers smarter with built-in PAs

If you think you can avoid the upcoming invasion of home-based personal assistants, think again.

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Telstra TV 2.0: room for more fun

It’s time to think outside the square about features of add-on boxes for our smart TVs.

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iPhone X ‘bloodbath’ looms

Online pre-orders have opened for iPhone X … but you’d better be lightning fast if you want one this side of Christmas.

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A friend at your fingertip

The new frontier of humanoid companions is closer than we think, as Hanson Robotics continues work on “Sophia”.

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Apple’s sound idea now reality

Patients wearing Australian-invented Cochlear implants will soon enjoy speech and music delivered via iPhone.

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Robot Sophia to link developers

A humanoid service robot for every home and office may be closer than you think.

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Pixel makes call with lingo

When Google launched its Pixel 2 phones among an array of hardware and software advances, a few features stood out.

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Robot Sophia has the human touch

She has an infectious smile and seems like fun. She’s animated and convivial. She’s Sophia and she’s a robot.

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Telstra offers better box for TV

The second version Telstra TV offers more up-to-date features with a free-to-air TV tuner, 4K support, and universal search.

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Smart fridge should just chill

Samsung’s latest connected fridge can tell you if your kids are pilfering the chocolate cake at 3am.

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Spy v spy v spy in Kaspersky case

If you believe the stories, there’s a double agent at work: antivirus software that’s gone rogue.

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