This is 2020. Predictable is out, and it's the perfect time for weird, yet surprisingly useful, gifts.
Leveraging structure in data is key to making progress in AI, says AI prodigy Gary Marcus. A forward-looking view on Software 2.0, AI chips, robotics, and the future of AI
Alibaba's Ant Group and joint bidders Grab and Singtel are amongst bidders that have snagged licences to offer digital banking services in the country -- targeted to commence early-2022 -- though, the four issued is one short of the initial target of five.
Do you seriously need more automation in the office? Isn't it enough that Alexa turns on your lights for you? No. No it isn't. If there's something we can automate, if there's some form of laziness we can encourage, we're here for you. And by "we're here" we really mean "Alexa is there." Read on.
Going forward, website owners are advised to download and host their own custom fonts.
What had been COVID-19-induced panic buying in digital signatures is turning into a steady state of change, says Dan Springer.
A research team in China has achieved quantum supremacy using a photonic quantum computer.
Not sure which new iPhone to buy? We walk you through the main differences between the iPhone 12, Pro, Pro Max and Mini.
Companies’ desire to consume products on a subscription basis, a per-usage basis, or any number of different ways, is the way of the future, says CFO McElhatton.
While 3D printers, especially resin 3D printers, are capable of producing objects in incredible detail, one area where they've struggled is producing shiny objects. Some new breakthrough research from MIT shows how that might be changing.