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Thursday December 6, 2018. 09:25 AM
So-called protections in the Bill are necessary, Opposition leader Bill Shorten has said.
Botnet is still up and running but law enforcement has been notified.
Wednesday December 5, 2018. 07:10 PM
The update includes bug fixes and FaceTime improvements.
We have an Apple executive boasting that the iPhone XR was the "most popular iPhone each and every day since it became available," but at the same time we're seeing even more generous promotional trade-in deals. What's up?
Microsoft continues to update its compelling software suite for iOS devices and the latest update to Outlook is designed to help you get things done faster.
While Creative Cloud has its strong benefits, it's also costly. If you want to accomplish most of what you can with Creative Cloud, but pay absolutely nothing, these products can help.
Black Friday was a full contact sport. Walmart helped its employees brace for the madness with VR.
Here is a selection of Google Chrome extensions aimed specifically at boosting your productivity, performance, and privacy. (Updated December 2018)
New Office icons allegedly pay homage to the Office heritage and usher in the future.
How can this hulking robot operate eight hours on a single charge? If my power consumption hunch is correct, this could be the industrial exoskeleton that changes how we build stuff.
Tuesday December 4, 2018. 05:30 PM
Following its alliance with Facebook around the Open Neural Network Exchange (ONNX), Microsoft is open-sourcing the ONNX runtime engine for machine learning.
From smart hubs to smart coffee machines, these gifts will boost the tech IQ of any home office by making technology work for you.
Consumer robotics has been a sector in search of a customer for a long time. New niche applications may finally enable companies to break through.
From new Apple devices to a range of smartphones and activity trackers, here's what our reviewers tested during November.
New security measure is meant to protect sensitive Senate data on stolen Senate laptops and computers.
Monday December 3, 2018. 11:56 PM
GDPR complaints have been filed today against Google in the Netherlands, Poland, the Czech Republic, Greece, Norway, Slovenia, and Sweden.
With all the hype, one would think that Machine Learning would have dominated the spotlight at re:Invent. Maybe it did, but for us, AWS's announced preview of a hybrid cloud stole our attention.
Microsoft allegedly is going to try (yet again) to take on ChromeOS with a locked-down Windows 'Lite' platform. Here's what I think could be in the works.
Indian police raid 26 call centers, make 63 arrests.
Sure, this breach happened to Starwood, not Marriott. But the biggest brand always gets bloodied in a breach. Forrester's Jeff Pollard and Enza Iannopollo discuss the impacts on GDPR, brand image, and more.
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