Archive for March, 2018

Why Facebook should scare you

The story of the Facebook data mining scandal shows how easy it is to steal details of our lives. Here’s how to protect yourself.

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Embrace winner with smart mirror

Homegrown techies are turning a normal mirror into a 23.6-inch full HD Android tablet.

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Acer Switch 5 does job

Acer has a reputation for making affordable versions of computers that cost hundreds of dollars less than its competitors’

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AI to transform call centres

US software firm LogMeIn is out to revolutionise call centres using artificial intelligence.

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Women behind in tech jobs

A survey across eight sectors shows that women are still well behind in snaring jobs, especially in Australia’s IT industry.

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Netgear spruiks AI cameras

Netgear’s artificial intelligence will help catch burglars before they commit crimes.

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Need for speed powers discontent

Incompetent installers, expensive access and slow speeds are common complaints about the National Broadband Network. But new technology may help.

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Stormtrooper fails to fire

I had big hopes for UBTech Stormtrooper, but as a functioning robot, it was disappointing.

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Nice phone; so was the last one

Apple’s decision to price its premium iPhone X above $1500 has given rival Samsung a market opening.

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S9’s glitzy features under hood

When the world’s second most important handset hits the streets, it’s big news.

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Perth firm drones map 3D mines

Perth firm Airscope is using drones to 3D-map entire mining installations in northwest Australia to within 2.5mm.

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