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?
Baristas beware: You may be on the chopping block as automated coffee kiosks take off.
In a move to reduce opioid prescriptions, Sydney Local Health District has developed an app with Qlik to help treat lower back pain.
The most frequently purchased items are coffee, baby wipes, clothes, and other necessities.
The GPU maker says its AI platform now has the fastest training record, the fastest inference, and largest training model of its kind to date.
This is the third US exascale win for Cray, which was recently acquired by Hewlett Packard Enterprise for $1.3 billion.
The National Transport Commission has asked for a reform, requiring states and territories to agree to broad principles on limiting government collection, use, and disclosure of automated vehicle data.
CBD Expo at the Miami Beach Convention Center has come and gone. Here are the best products and solutions for the hemp industry we saw at the show.
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Following in the steps of Apple and Samsung, OnePlus has not one but three flagship models this year. Here's how they compare.
Google I/O is Google's annual developer conference. Here's everything that happened at this year's show.
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A top CIO shares crucial points of advice on how to thrive as a technology-focused business leader.
Looking to buy a premium vape? Want to find more information about a particular strain? Interested in automating your grow operation? You've come to the right place. We've rounded up the best of the best -- devices that help you consume marijuana and even systems that help you grow it. There's something here for everyone, from weed enthusiasts to dispensary shop owners.
All it takes is a single click to carry out a whole raft of basic maintenance tasks on your Mac with the new and updated CleanMyMac X. Updated to include a handy new feature called Space Lens.
From Ansible to Vagrant, we take a look at 23 coding and DevOps tools with curious origin stories and strange-sounding names. Want to know the etymology of your favorite software? Browse this.
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The tech history books are littered with the corpses of products that died on the vine. But there's a special sort of gadget or technology that on the face of it looks like it has what it takes to take the world by storm, only to fall flat on its face.
If you have a 3D printer and some green filament, now is the time to get printing. Here is a series of great (and wacky) 3D prints you can download and produce. Just follow the rainbow.
Looking to ditch your cable package? Here are the absolute best alternatives -- whether you want to watch specific shows and movies on demand, stream live TV, or get access to archived libraries from specific networks.
Many tech products are introduced with great fanfare and excitement. Customers flock to buy them, even sometimes standing in line for hours. But some products, and in particular, features, just don't inspire the same kind of buzz. In this gallery, we'll look at a bunch of features that inspired more "why" than "wow," but proved to be beloved by ZDNet's contributors and editors.
Between all the 5G devices and foldable phones, it might seem like nearly everything announced at MWC 2019 is too futuristic to purchase soon. In reality, many of these new gadgets are already available to pre-order or will launch later this year. Here's the best tech we've spotted on the show floor that's releasing in 2019.
ZDNet's Greg Nichols explains that simulations are increasingly used to put front line employees through disaster scenarios. Read more: https://zd.net/2Z4louD
Satellites and spy cameras are being used for good in a bid to stop poachers from killing protected species. Read more: https://zd.net/2Z3j6vQ
The reboot of the much-maligned app is a step toward safer drone operation.
Howzat? A ball that can provide real-time feedback on speed and revolutions could be soon debuting on wickets the world over.
Artificial hibernation is also of interest to the Japanese government.
Brain-inspired chips are helping researchers develop technology that functions more like humans.
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).
The Lenovo M57 eco is a small form-factor desktop that is promoted by the company as energy efficient. We found it to be a capable and powerful office performer for its size, but with limited upgrade options.
Western digital has released a range of hard drives purporting to save up to 40 percent in power consumption over comparable drives. We found the drives not only lived up to promised efficiency, but also were competitively priced.