By ZDNet Staff
| December 21, 2008 -- 23:58 GMT (15:58 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
Tech unicorns roam Britain's cities, but will Brexit scare them away?
Companies worth billions of dollars have been created in the UK. But competition from Europe is heating up, and Brexit looms.
SAP embraces Robotic Process Automation as part of new AI and cloud push
Autonomous vehicles: Expect up to 50 driverless buses on Oslo streets by 2021
Norway's capital is starting a pilot project for real-life testing of a fleet of autonomous buses.
Enterprise VR: How companies are piloting tech used by NFL teams
Most employee training involves power point slides and mind-numbing presentations. VR offers a more engaging alternative.
Emergency payments the first Commonwealth service to move to the NPP
Welfare payments and ATO payment requests are likely next, Australia's Reserve Bank has revealed.
Australian National University launches space innovation institute
InSpace is hoping to expand Australia's commercial and scientific space interests.
DTA dunks on blockchain hype saying for every use there is a better alternative
Hype driven by technology vendors looking to boost revenue, and not service providers that have found it useful, DTA says.
Microsoft and NAB trial biometrics for cardless ATMs
Facial recognition to allow customers to withdraw funds.
If you can track a pizza, why can't you track a payment?