A new study from Zurich demonstrates that people learned new rowing skills faster when a robot taught them how to do it.
Microsoft is readying new Dynamics 365 AI- and mixed-reality-centric services and applications for remote-assistance, customized bots and more.
Smartphone sales stalled at the end of last year and Apple was one of the worst affected.
Microsoft releases updates to fix bug that froze systems when IIS handled malformed HTTP/2 requests.
The two telcos will collaborate to create a "borderless" blockchain ID.
Samsung Electronics will launch its foldable smartphone the Galaxy Fold with 5G in May in South Korea, the company's mobile boss says, and vows to sell more than a million units globally.
The Australian arm of the Japanese car giant says it does not believe any employee or customer data was accessed.
OpenSignal has compared average speeds and fastest hour speeds on 4G LTE networks globally, with Australia pulling in fifth and seventh rankings, respectively.
Revenue was up 7 percent year on year as the number of subscribers jumped by 57 percent to 628,000.
Cisco releases 15 security updates, with Cisco HyperFlex receiving two very important fixes.
Australian pricing for the new Samsung Galaxy S10 series range from AU$64 per month on Optus to AU$1,849 outright from Amazon, with Telstra offering unlimited data for AU$199 a month.
Thirty years ago, Yann LeCun pioneered a technique for AI called convolutional neural networks, or CNNs. They have had amazing staying power. Now head of Facebook’s AI reseearch efforts, LeCun reflected on the enduring appeal of the approach, as the CNN spreads like a weed to more and more applications.
With support for more languages -- and the Galaxy Home smart speaker finally on the horizon -- Samsung says it's committed to its AI platform Bixby.
Samsung outlined the Galaxy Fold, a device that can do a bit of everything, but may struggle to find use cases. Either way it's interesting enough to warrant some gadget lust.
I long thought that it would be an iPhone that first hit the $2,000 smartphone barrier. I'm a bit surprised that it ends up being a Samsung smartphone that folds in half.
Ensure your holiday cooking is made easy with these food and drink gadgets.
Here are the products, apps, and trends that chilled our staff to the bone this year... no icicles necessary
Hate is back in fashion again. Tech is no exception when it comes to being the target of our anger and frustration -- but this stuff truly deserves it.
What are some of the key projects making a difference in today's cities?
There is a huge range of Internet of Things (IoT) devices on the market in 2017 which can make your home smarter, safer, and more efficient.
A look at the latest hardware reviews and features from ZDNet.
Take steps to protect your smart home gadgets by implementing and adopting a hardware-led approach that sees security embedded from the ground up.
Building and coding with the 16-by-8-pixel display.
Internet-connected devices like security cameras, air quality monitors, and smart plugs are making their way into homes and workplaces. Here are 10 worth considering.
It's surprisingly easy to build your own retro gaming console, media center and smartphone -- all from scratch
Take a look at Apple's latest and greatest hardware and software from WWDC 2017.
Breeze through the hot summer with these IoT-enabled devices and sensors, all controlled from your smartphone.
Looking after your pet can be made easier with IoT and AI. Here are the best pet care activity trackers, monitors, and helpers we have found around the web.
From using an outdated messaging app to not being able to find the White House light switches, the Trump White House has already had its fair share of tech blunders.
Here's how the Internet of Things botnet went from being Minecraft server nuisances to a billion dollar threat that disabled a country's internet infrastructure
Guive Balooch, head of L'Oréal’s Technology Incubator, explains how tracking biometric data can inform customers, as well as L'Oréal’s research department.
Samsung Electronics' Auto Exynos V9 has eight A76 cores and will power Audi's next-generation in-vehicle infotainment system.
By late September 2019, NBN wants less than 1 percent of its fixed wireless towers under its 6Mbps in busy hours threshold.
Samsung's new Remote Access feature will allow users to wirelessly control their PCs, tablets, and smartphones through their smart TVs.
Australia's incumbent telco picks up 25 percent of Southern Cross and gains capacity on existing and future cables.
In mid-next year, NBN will offer a best-effort fixed wireless service that it claims will offer 60/20Mbps in non-busy periods.
The AI research teams of Hyundai Mnsoft and Netradyne will collaborate to develop high definition maps for next-generation vehicles.
This is a $200 trash can. Seriously. But it works, it's well constructed and thought out, and the trash can liners sold by the company fit perfectly. Is it worth two hundred bucks? Only you can answer that.
An augmented reality guide is also on the cards, Chemist Warehouse's technology partner has revealed.
New guidelines for IoT makers have been published. But will device manufacturers pay attention?
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