Google takes on Apple’s ARKit with the launch of its ARCore augmented reality software

Google takes on Apple’s ARKit with the launch of its ARCore augmented reality software

Google's ARCore is a software development kit that it hopes will lead to the 'mainstream adoption' of augmented reality.
By Emma Sims Aug 30 2017, 12:58PM
Intel boss joins tech world condemnation of Charlottesville rally

Intel boss joins tech world condemnation of Charlottesville rally

The tech world reacts to white supremacist rallies in Virginia, and it’s fiery...
By Emma Sims Aug 16 2017, 12:36PM
Why Netflix's purchase of Millarworld marks a turning point for the industry

Why Netflix's purchase of Millarworld marks a turning point for the industry

The video streaming service has purchased cult comic book company Millarworld.
By Emma Sims Aug 9 2017, 11:54AM
Nokia 5: A sleek, metal-based budget smartphone

Nokia 5: A sleek, metal-based budget smartphone

Another MWC 2017 arrival, the is a budget smartphone with a high-end look.
By Emma Sims Feb 28 2017, 12:50PM
This device is saving smartphone junkies from themselves

This device is saving smartphone junkies from themselves

Why did the millennial cross the road? Because these pavement lights told him it was permissible to do so.
By Emma Sims Feb 17 2017, 11:45AM
Passenger drones to take flight in Dubai

Passenger drones to take flight in Dubai

The passenger-carrying drones will start “regular operations” in July.
By Emma Sims Feb 15 2017, 11:45AM
Unbreakable as ever, the Nokia 3310 returns

Unbreakable as ever, the Nokia 3310 returns

Harder, better, faster, stronger? The beloved Nokia 3310 will re-launch at MWC 2017
By Emma Sims Feb 15 2017, 11:40AM
There’s an online troll in all of us

There’s an online troll in all of us

Your inner internet troll might be lying dormant, but it could awaken at any moment, researchers warn.
By Emma Sims Feb 10 2017, 12:29PM
11 million smart TVs allegedly used to snoop on viewers

11 million smart TVs allegedly used to snoop on viewers

Vizio settles multi-million dollar case accusing it of spying on users and selling their data
By Emma Sims Feb 8 2017, 10:44AM
Reddit gives ‘alt-right’ sub the axe

Reddit gives ‘alt-right’ sub the axe

The alt-right is at fault, it seems, with self-proclaimed ‘front page of the internet’ Reddit deciding to shut down the community.
By Emma Sims Feb 3 2017, 11:28AM
Clever penguins could make smart cars smarter

Clever penguins could make smart cars smarter

The co-operative birds have given rise to new ideas about how to organise code safely in smart cars.
By Emma Sims Jan 31 2017, 11:38AM
560,000 Twitter users forced to follow new POTUS

560,000 Twitter users forced to follow new POTUS

A technical mishap leaves over half a million Twitter users unwittingly following President Trump.
By Emma Sims Jan 24 2017, 11:26AM
This affordable attachment can turn your smartphone into a DNA sequencer

This affordable attachment can turn your smartphone into a DNA sequencer

Smartphone-based microscope could make DNA sequencing and genetic analysis accessible and affordable, even for those living remotely.
By Emma Sims Jan 19 2017, 11:45AM