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Microsoft's AI-powered Sketch2Code can build apps from whiteboard sketches

Microsoft's AI-powered Sketch2Code can build apps from whiteboard sketches

Sketch2Code tool is available on GitHub and offers an automated service for web and app design.
By a Staff Writer Aug 31 2018, 10:26AM
Dell announces its first premium 2-in-1 Chromebook

Dell announces its first premium 2-in-1 Chromebook

Manufacturer says its latest device will feature high-end specs and boast 15 hours of battery life.
By a Staff Writer Aug 31 2018, 10:26AM
Trials of driverless taxis in Tokyo make for a futuristic 2020 Olympics

Trials of driverless taxis in Tokyo make for a futuristic 2020 Olympics

Successful driverless taxi trials in Tokyo suggest self-driving vehicles are closer than we think.
By a Staff Writer Aug 30 2018, 11:29AM
You can now apply for a blue tick on Instagram

You can now apply for a blue tick on Instagram

Becoming verified on Instagram has just become a whole lot easier.
By a Staff Writer Aug 30 2018, 11:29AM
Microsoft adds automated transcription to OneDrive

Microsoft adds automated transcription to OneDrive

AI and machine-learning tools aim to make it easier to search for audio and video files.
By a Staff Writer Aug 30 2018, 10:40AM
Intel's new Whiskey Lake and Amber Lake chips promise faster Wi-Fi, longer battery life

Intel's new Whiskey Lake and Amber Lake chips promise faster Wi-Fi, longer battery life

Intel has shown off its latest chips, now dubbed the U-series and Y-series.
By a Staff Writer Aug 30 2018, 10:40AM
Google denies Trump's claim that its meddling with search results

Google denies Trump's claim that its meddling with search results

President parrots claims that search results on his name favour left-wing media sources.
By a Staff Writer Aug 29 2018, 10:46AM
These are officially the most hated email phrases

These are officially the most hated email phrases

Adobe survey reveals the most annoying things to include in messages to colleagues.
By a Staff Writer Aug 29 2018, 10:46AM
Vulnerability spotted in Fortnite Android installer

Vulnerability spotted in Fortnite Android installer

Google identified the flaw, which has since been patched
By a Staff Writer Aug 29 2018, 10:46AM
Facebook is secretly rating your trustworthiness

Facebook is secretly rating your trustworthiness

Facebook has hidden reputation system thank ranks users in its battle against fake news
By a Staff Writer Aug 28 2018, 1:21PM
Microsoft's AI can create decent Chinese poetry from just a few images

Microsoft's AI can create decent Chinese poetry from just a few images

Will machine learning join the literary canon?
By a Staff Writer Aug 28 2018, 1:21PM
How to mute someone on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter  without them knowing

How to mute someone on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter without them knowing

Kill notifications and silence annoying people without ditching or blocking them
By a Staff Writer Aug 28 2018, 1:21PM
Google tracks user data even when they go 'Incognito'

Google tracks user data even when they go 'Incognito'

The company claims that the Chrome feature lets users browse privately.
By a Staff Writer Aug 24 2018, 9:08AM
Facebook pulls Onavo app after violating Apple's privacy rules

Facebook pulls Onavo app after violating Apple's privacy rules

Apple asked Facebook to "voluntarily" delist the app as it collects data on other smartphone software.
By a Staff Writer Aug 24 2018, 8:57AM
Slack now worth a whopping $US7bn

Slack now worth a whopping $US7bn

Communication platform has just completed a $US427 million investment round.
By a Staff Writer Aug 23 2018, 8:44AM
Explainer: What is latency?

Explainer: What is latency?

We explore the nature of network latency and the steps you can take to reduce it
By a Staff Writer Aug 22 2018, 4:35PM
AI technologies are 2018's biggest tech trends

AI technologies are 2018's biggest tech trends

Gartner's annual report suggests the technology will be virtually everywhere over the next 10 years.
By a Staff Writer Aug 22 2018, 9:05AM
Half of the world's most popular sites are 'at-risk'

Half of the world's most popular sites are 'at-risk'

Popular domains are running on servers with software older than a decade.
By a Staff Writer Aug 21 2018, 10:15AM
Intel snaps-up startup Vertex.AI

Intel snaps-up startup Vertex.AI

Intel will absorb Vertex.AI's PlaidML tech into its Artificial Intelligence Products Group.
By a Staff Writer Aug 21 2018, 10:00AM
Samsung creates 'world first' 6Gbps 3GPP 5G modem

Samsung creates 'world first' 6Gbps 3GPP 5G modem

The modem could be used in smartphones, IoT devices and smart home/business networks.
By a Staff Writer Aug 21 2018, 9:20AM