Reverse engineers have created and released a tool required to open Safe Skies luggage locks.
Zhenya Tsvetnenko may have announced his resignation at Digital X, however, the company's success is not slowing down with total revenue hitting above $16 million for the June quarter.
The Queensland government has partnered with The Boeing Company to develop and test remotely piloted aircraft technologies for adoption by primary industries and the telecommunications sector.
Huawei and Vodafone have completed the world's first 5G outdoor field test using e-band spectrum, believing it will be able to support AR, VR, and smart car applications.
As part of a number of significant changes to its shadow ministry, Michelle Rowland will be a part of shadow cabinet as Labor's communications spokesperson.
The cloud is maturing and IBM and Microsoft both see improving operating margins on deck. What hasn't changed is that the field is still chasing AWS.
Samsung's getting ready to reveal the new Galaxy Note 7 while Matt prefers the S7 Edge as a daily driver and Kevin's S7 is starting to lag. These experiences and more are discussed in MoTR 376.