By ZDNet Staff
| November 19, 2008 -- 23:29 GMT (15:29 PST)
| Topic: Innovation
Digital Health and Wellness
How technology can save the NHS
Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is official: Here's what's new
Photos: BlackBerrys through the ages
The scariest tech of 2017, period, end of sentence
No more clerk with a rubber stamp: Service NSW touts its people as key to its success
Picks up AU$50 million in additional 2019-20 Budget funding to keep progressing work on the business model the federal government has itself adopted.
AT&T Business: Customer experience and digital transformation (CxOTalk interview)
Lithuania: A discovery for industrial companies
Ready for takeoff: Airbus's sweeping mixed reality redesign
With competitor Boeing on the ropes, Airbus and Microsoft try to reinvent the way planes are made.
Petaflop systems now dominate the supercomputer landscape
For the first time, it is only petaflop systems that have made the TOP500 list.
Boom Supersonic, Stratasys extend 3D printing deal
Boom Supersonic will use Stratasys' F900 3D printer to create hundreds of parts for a demonstrator supersonic jet.
Intel announces program to help Israeli AI startups
The company will provide 10 to 15 startups with mentorship from Intel and industry experts.
Uber and AT&T testing 5G for flying cars
If air taxis and cargo drones are going to become commonplace in the future, network reliability had better be impeccable.
Bank of NZ prepping for open banking using tech and a new way of thinking
Open banking is around the corner and BNZ is ironing out its part through the use of technology and a human-centred approach.