Scientists from the University of Sydney, University of Technology Sydney, Macquarie University, Yale University, and University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign have co-authored a paper on the breakthrough.
The lab will allow industries to create digital copies of physical objects, systems, or people.
Called Shell Recharge, the electric-vehicle charging service currently is available at a single Shell station in the country at SG$0.55 per kWh with another nine stations to be suited up by October.
Genome testing will now be carried out to save more than one million animals and plants, including Australia's very own quokka.
Tensions between the two economic powerhouses will lead to fragmented technology markets and, if prolonged, drag down Singapore's economy, says Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, who urges both countries to find ways to establish mutual trust.
Led by Alibaba, China's top 100 internet companies invested 153.87 billion yuan ($21.85 billion) in research and development last year, up 45% year on year and accounting for 10% of their overall revenue.
Hyperloop technologies could revolutionise travel: here's everything you need to know about the technology and the companies involved.
eHealth NSW said it's part of a 10-year plan to deliver a citizen-centric healthcare system.
Simulations are increasingly used to put front line employees through disaster scenarios.
One conceptual artist is fighting to save the Holocene by re-terraforming earth.
We've pulled together 19 facts and statistics that shed light on tech in this complex region.
The 12-month period saw the exchange deliver milestones under its CHESS replacement project, work on a new secondary data centre, a data analytics platform, and a new website.
Conversational AI models had "hit a ceiling" when tested on older benchmarks, limiting their ability to improve.
Trade and Industry Minster Chan Chun Sing points to a "great challenge" today where several countries no longer support integration, putting the global industry at risk of becoming fragmented when companies such as Google, IBM, and PayPal rely on cross-border data flow for growth.
Yesterday NVIDIA announced record-breaking developments in machine learning for natural language processing. How and why did it do this, and what does it mean for the world at large?
Samsung gave its foldable phone an official name and revealed when you can buy it. (Warning: It isn't cheap.)
Here is Samsung's latest flagship range, in all its glory.
It's no fun when lovers play mind games, but there's no shortage of ways to celebrate one's love of old video games, not to mention other tech products carrying brands that once flamed out
With Valentine's Day around the corner, ZDNet's contributors and editors were reminded of all the technology they were infatuated with, either in their past or present, as well as anything that might've left them bitter and broken-hearted.
If your partner or friend is tech-obsessed, we've rounded some cool items we think they'll love this Valentine's Day.
Crowdfunding offers products such as smartwatches, smartphone accessories, and smart printers. Backing them, however, may not always be a smart move. Whether it be to malice, or incompetence on the part of creators, gadget lust is simply sometimes unrequited.
The 20th century Earthlings who first tuned into the "Star Trek" television series in 1966 would certainly be amazed at how much science fiction is now science fact.
Lots of new accessories being unveiled by Anker, including chargers, in-car chargers, power banks, speakers, and much more.
Here are some of the more unusual, novel, and sometimes bizarre products being showcased at CES 2019.
Facts and figures from the past month in technology news.
Get a first-hand look at how technology is transforming the way food is being produced for a rapidly growing population.
CBInsights just released its predictions for the year ahead in advanced manufacturing. These are the technology trends that stand out.
The monochrome, sunlight-readable displays remain largely synonymous with e-readers, but they're moving into other devices large and small.
Photos: Amazon needs to test its video service across lots and lots (and lots) of TVs. Here's an inside look.
Using data to tell the story of the last month in technology news.
Facebook makes progress on its ambitions to create a wearable to decode speech directly from your brain. Read more: https://zd.net/2YttFZp
Virtual Reality is the most excited thing to happen to robot controls technology since the tablet.
A couple of years back, even researchers would wave off using DNA to store data as something too futuristic. Today, you can run PostgreSQL on DNA. Read more: https://zd.net/2KyplhF
New Vision Fund to once again focus on artificial intelligence (AI).
A new contract has been signed with Axon to provide all uniformed officers with body-worn cameras.
Imagine Siri with the back-end capabilities of Cortana or Apple Watch with Azure's machine learning services. Read more: https://zd.net/2OvrTSZ
The move expands the service collaboration agreement that was previously agreed to by the two companies.
The move is expected to help the retail giant achieve cumulative cost savings of AU$1 billion by 2023.
No date has been set for when the driverless taxi service will launch.
The study suggests that agreeable people had more smartphone activity on the weekends.
Computer vision and algorithms to improve lung cancer diagnosis
ZDNet's Tonya Hall talks to Lieutenant Colonel Eric Frahm, chief product officer at the US Air Force Air Education and Training Command, to learn about how gamification is being used in Air Force training by using existing game engines.
The Queensland agtech startup plans to open a new on-farm office facility and hire 15 additional staff.
Dragon NaturallySpeaking 9 is the best tool available for dictating text and commanding a Web browser by voice, despite the gradual adjustments needed to conform to your personal manner of speaking.
At AU$999, the DreamBook Light 350S is one of the cheapest notebooks money can buy. You get what you pay for, however.
Despite its extremely affordable price and logical design, the M50 fails to stand out in terms of performance, features or battery life.
Toshiba's Satellite Pro P100 is a competent multimedia workhorse that could easily replace most regular desktop PCs. It boasts powerful graphics and storage subsystems, while the Harmon/Kardon integrated speaker set beats most competing offerings hands-down.
Ultraportables don't get much lighter than Sony's 1.2kg TX17. Although diminutive in size, the 11-inch Vaio has a built-in DVD burner, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.
O2's Xphone IIm should appeal to those who want a smarter than average phone, but against serious smartphone opposition it comes a very distinct second.
The Flybook glides into Australia boasting good looks and much hype as the '"smallest ultra portable tablet PC in the world". Read our Australian First Take.
The 3230 continues Nokia's run of style-plus-substance phones, offering a 1.2-megapixel camera, video editing and a positively lush-looking screen.
If you need a smart phone as a business tool, the h6365 is a solid choice. On the other hand, if you're seeking a stylish gadget, you'd do better to look elsewhere.
O2's latest smart phone, the Xphone II, sheds the bulk of its predecessor and gets decked out in a stylish case.
The slick P900 smart phone gets a QWERTY keyboard and a few noteworthy additions.
Heavyweights Motorola and Microsoft unite to produce the MPx200; a sleek, all-black clamshell smart phone. Read our Australian review.
If you're looking for style, the Satellite M30 series is worth a gander; otherwise, hold out for better thin-and-light notebooks.