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The microblogging platform has acquired Madbits, a startup focused on computer vision and dynamic search technology.
The self-described 'productivity and platforms' company is championing this week some cross-divisional projects meant to show how enterprise and consumer tech can be combined to create new kinds of apps and services.
A Queensland-developed molecular computer could be used to help identify viruses in the future.
The deployment marks the first time a major department store chain rolled out iBeacon-based technology across its units.
The storefront offers pretty basic products, like jewelry, knickknacks and bobble heads, but the draw is that shoppers can personalize item details.
Home security will be the top area of expansion in the fast-growing 'connected home' IoT market for internet service providers and telecommunications companies alike, according to a new report by Ovum.
Honda has launched the latest version of its humanoid robot ASIMO. This is its most dextrous and responsive robot so far, setting the scene for what a robot filled future will look like.
What are some of the most innovative tech projects and ideas seeking crowdfunding on Kickstarter and Indiegogo this month?
An Australian robot football team has achieved what the Socceroos could not: beat the German team in an international competition in Brazil.
It's named Bodock, and 3D printing powerhouse Stratasys will march the giant, 14-foot, 2,000-pound creature into the event Thursday.
drawElements specializes in analyzing and assessing mobile 3D graphics. Its signiture product, dEQP, is a toolkit for benchmarking the accuracy, precision and stability of OpenGL ES and OpenCL GPUs.
The organiser of Maker Faire Africa talks to ZDNet about why he wants to build a network of inventors.
The acquisition of gaming headset firm Oculus VR by Facebook has now officially closed, in a deal worth approximately $2 billion.
Start-up Agilic hopes to bring young creators into the digital age with the Tiddlybot - a robot that delivers a range of investigative skills on its user.
Startup Forensiq says it can detect ad fraud — a hugely lucrative enterprise that nets as much as $16 billion a year — and no one is prosecuted.