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
Naver adds Korean honorific feature to its Papago AI translation app
Seoul and SK Telecom to use 5G to prevent jaywalking
South Australia kicks off six month driverless shuttle trial
'Olli' and 'Matilda' will autonomously usher passengers in Adelaide to and from the beach.
CSIRO builds analytics platform to help Aussie farmers
Google: 1.6 million solar panels will power these new data centres
The two solar farms will be able to produce around 150 megawatts each and will be the largest solar farms ever to be built for Google.
A better Bitcoin? Unit-e promises 10,000 transactions per second
A team of researchers are coming together to try and create the cryptocurrency Bitcoin was meant to be.
No-deal Brexit will hurt us and we're not ready, say tech companies
Despite the growing risk of a no-deal Brexit, many tech companies don't know how to prepare themselves -- or even whether they can.
Motorola Razr classic flip phone returns: This time it's a pricey foldable
Lenovo reportedly will soon be releasing a foldable $1,500 Razr-branded phone.
WWF using blockchain to track environmental impact of products
The QR code-based blockchain play is hoping to help businesses avoid illegal, environmentally-damaging, or unethical products.