With Workplace, is Facebook's move into the enterprise complete?

With Workplace, is Facebook's move into the enterprise complete?

The company's offering is a serious business collaboration contender.
By Staff Writer Nov 22 2017, 1:10PM
Art-ificial intelligence can spot a forged painting from just one brush stroke

Art-ificial intelligence can spot a forged painting from just one brush stroke

A new system created by Rutgers University researchers can tell a real Picasso from a fake one
By Staff Writer Nov 22 2017, 10:18AM
New research suggests that heavy Facebook users are materialistic narcissists

New research suggests that heavy Facebook users are materialistic narcissists

From collecting friends to self-glorification, Facebook helps promote materialism.
By Staff Writer Nov 22 2017, 10:18AM
Tesla stealthily launches $US45 portable Powerbank; sells out within hours

Tesla stealthily launches $US45 portable Powerbank; sells out within hours

The Tesla Powerbank has an integrated USB and Apple Lightning cable connector, as well as a detachable micro USB
By Staff Writer Nov 22 2017, 10:18AM
More than 400 of the most popular sites are logging everything you type

More than 400 of the most popular sites are logging everything you type

Princeton University researchers uncover one of the biggest security flaws on the internet.
By Staff Writer Nov 22 2017, 9:00AM
Intel security flaws put laptops, servers and storage at risk of hacking

Intel security flaws put laptops, servers and storage at risk of hacking

Bugs in Intel's firmware allow remote code execution, data exfiltration and more.
By Staff Writer Nov 22 2017, 9:00AM
Why the mainframe is still going strong

Why the mainframe is still going strong

Despite predictions of its demise at the hands of cloud, mainframe is still widely used. But it's now facing a new threat.
By Staff Writer Nov 21 2017, 8:42AM
'Fake news' has become a business model, researchers argue

'Fake news' has become a business model, researchers argue

Security experts have warned that disinformation campaigns are leading to 'pump and dump' runs on cryptocurrencies.
By Staff Writer Nov 20 2017, 10:18AM
Is Elon Musk's new Tesla Roadster an electric 'smackdown' for petrol cars, or a very fast distraction for other problems?

Is Elon Musk's new Tesla Roadster an electric 'smackdown' for petrol cars, or a very fast distraction for other problems?

Tesla's new Roadster will be the world's fastest production car – but can it turn the company's fortunes around?
By Staff Writer Nov 20 2017, 10:18AM
IT 'will be gone by 2030', says CA CTO Otto Berkes

IT 'will be gone by 2030', says CA CTO Otto Berkes

Fundamental shifts will kill business IT as we know it, CA CTO claims.
By Staff Writer Nov 20 2017, 8:34AM
Intel launches a bevy of modems to tap into 5G tech

Intel launches a bevy of modems to tap into 5G tech

Mobile modems spark rumours of Intel-powered 5G iPhone.
By Staff Writer Nov 20 2017, 8:34AM
Twitter gets in a muddle over its verified blue ticks

Twitter gets in a muddle over its verified blue ticks

Is the blue check a value judgement, or a simple ID?
By Staff Writer Nov 17 2017, 10:02AM
Worms WMD erm... worms its way onto Nintendo Switch

Worms WMD erm... worms its way onto Nintendo Switch

Worms WMD is another explosive addition to the Nintendo Switch's 2017 library
By Staff Writer Nov 17 2017, 10:02AM
Google Docs unavailable for "significant" number of users

Google Docs unavailable for "significant" number of users

An issue with Google Docs left many users unable to access their files
By Staff Writer Nov 17 2017, 9:37AM
Google beefs up job search tool with salary data

Google beefs up job search tool with salary data

The tool will soon also let you save your search results
By Staff Writer Nov 17 2017, 9:37AM
Huawei wants to create drone-friendly mobile networks

Huawei wants to create drone-friendly mobile networks

CEO Ken Hu kicks off Huawei's eighth Global Mobile Broadband Forum.
By Staff Writer Nov 16 2017, 12:59PM
Democracy hacked: How 30 governments sought to bend elections through social media

Democracy hacked: How 30 governments sought to bend elections through social media

A new report shows how 18 elections were influenced in the past year, while evidence of Russian fingerprints on Brexit grows.
By Staff Writer Nov 16 2017, 10:36AM
Apple's Tim Cook congratulates Australia on marriage equality vote… but uses New Zealand flag

Apple's Tim Cook congratulates Australia on marriage equality vote… but uses New Zealand flag

Australia has made an historic vote in favour of same-sex marriage, with Tim Cook amongst those voicing congratulations
By Staff Writer Nov 16 2017, 10:36AM
Telecoms company plans to run broadband through London's sewer network

Telecoms company plans to run broadband through London's sewer network

Now why didn't Malcolm think of that?
By Staff Writer Nov 16 2017, 9:02AM
Reddit Chat to replace private messaging in 2018

Reddit Chat to replace private messaging in 2018

"The front page of the internet" will roll out Reddit Chat to all users in the first quarter of 2018.
By Staff Writer Nov 15 2017, 1:07PM