Monday Morning Tunes - beyond 4-2

Monday Morning Tunes - beyond 4-2

Yeah, it makes sense to give this one over to the French today.
By Tim Henderson Jul 16 2018, 11:30AM
Did you know that potions are actually drugs?

Did you know that potions are actually drugs?

We Happy Few’s recent reclassification by the Australian Classification Review Board has me thinking about drugs in games.
By Alayna Cole Jul 16 2018, 11:18AM
Review: LG V30+ smartphone

Review: LG V30+ smartphone

LG’s flagship looks, feels and works very well. But the cameras are disappointing and similar functionality can be had for less money.
By Nick Ross Jul 16 2018, 11:01AM
How quantum computers could steal your bitcoin

How quantum computers could steal your bitcoin

Bitcoin operates on the basis of being unhackable - but will quantum computing crack the blockchain?
By Marco Tomamichael Jul 16 2018, 10:51AM
Review: Fujifilm X-T100

Review: Fujifilm X-T100

The Fujifilm X-T100 is a millennial’s dream camera
By Marc McLaren Jul 16 2018, 10:39AM
App of the week: Suzy Cube

App of the week: Suzy Cube

She’s a bit of a square, but Suzy Cube has what it takes when it comes to top-notch 3D platforming on your phone.
By Craig Grannell Jul 16 2018, 10:33AM
How to: Set up your Amazon Echo and solve setup and Wi-Fi problems

How to: Set up your Amazon Echo and solve setup and Wi-Fi problems

If you've got a shiny new Amazon Echo, or are having problems with your old one, we're here to help.
By Emma Sims , Victoria Woollaston Jul 16 2018, 10:21AM
Chrome 67 Site Isolation stops Spectre bug exploits but hogs more memory

Chrome 67 Site Isolation stops Spectre bug exploits but hogs more memory

New Site Isolation feature will use about 10-13% of memory to cut down side-channel attacks.
By Staff Writer Jul 16 2018, 9:03AM
Humans can code their way out of the AI economy, says ex-Google VP

Humans can code their way out of the AI economy, says ex-Google VP

The world must place its faith in humanity, not the robots.
By Staff Writer Jul 16 2018, 9:03AM
Microsoft 365 gains smart video conferencing with automatic speech-to-text transcription

Microsoft 365 gains smart video conferencing with automatic speech-to-text transcription

Redmond has also added in work-centric analytics into its cloud-based software suite.
By Staff Writer Jul 16 2018, 9:03AM
Review: Intel Optane 800P

Review: Intel Optane 800P

Optane for the masses.
By Chris Szewczyk Jul 13 2018, 12:43PM
inCharge All in One is a charging cable for your keychain that can connect any device to USB

inCharge All in One is a charging cable for your keychain that can connect any device to USB

One cable to rule them all.
By Craig Grannell Jul 13 2018, 12:37PM
Everything we Know: Samsung Galaxy S10

Everything we Know: Samsung Galaxy S10

The rumour mill is already churning for next year's Galaxy.
By Andrew Hayward Jul 13 2018, 12:28PM
Review: TicWatch Pro

Review: TicWatch Pro

The dual-screen Wear OS smartwatch that wants to take your battery further.
By Luke Edwards Jul 13 2018, 12:14PM
Sony's super-sized Xperia XA2 Plus goes all out on style

Sony's super-sized Xperia XA2 Plus goes all out on style

Plus-sized phones never looked snazzier.
By Ryan Jones Jul 13 2018, 12:10PM
Timehop discovers hackers swiped even more data than updates, notifications

Timehop discovers hackers swiped even more data than updates, notifications

Intruders who infiltrated Timehop's cloud infrastructure came in through an admin account not protected with two-factor authentication and exfiltrated access keys removed more data than originally believed.
By Teri Robinson Jul 13 2018, 12:02PM
How to deal with Spectre, the sequel

How to deal with Spectre, the sequel

Spectre is the CPU vulnerability that just keeps on giving. Revisions to CVE-2017-5753 and CVE-2018-3693 this week reveal that Spectre 1.1 and 1.2 have emerged from the shadows.
By Davey Winder Jul 13 2018, 11:56AM
Former Apple employee charged with stealing Apple's self-driving car secrets

Former Apple employee charged with stealing Apple's self-driving car secrets

Xiaolang Zhang downloaded Project Titan data and took hardware from the company's campus, FBI claims.
By Clare Hopping Jul 13 2018, 11:41AM