The rise of blockchain-as-a-service

The rise of blockchain-as-a-service

As major cloud providers solidify their blockchain offerings, have real world benefits begun to emerge for enterprise?
By Staff Writer Feb 21 2018, 9:28AM
Google unveil test for chats with robots

Google unveil test for chats with robots

Reply could replace human interaction
By Staff Writer Feb 15 2018, 9:13AM
Don't expect the Nintendo Switch 2 anytime soon: Lifespan of the console could reach ten years

Don't expect the Nintendo Switch 2 anytime soon: Lifespan of the console could reach ten years

Nintendo is hoping to ride the success of its Switch console for much more than its current five-year console cycle
By Staff Writer Feb 14 2018, 8:45AM
A killer whale has been taught to say "hello" - but let's not pretend it means it can talk

A killer whale has been taught to say "hello" - but let's not pretend it means it can talk

Although scientists have taught an Orcinus orca in France to make noises that sound like speech, the whale was not talking
By Staff Writer Feb 1 2018, 10:35AM
How video games like The Witcher are saving Slavic folklore

How video games like The Witcher are saving Slavic folklore

Video games like Thea: The Awakening and The Witcher 3 are using Slavic folktales to tell new and compelling stories
By Staff Writer Jan 31 2018, 9:19AM
Beyond the Big Bang: What would it have been like to witness the birth of the universe?

Beyond the Big Bang: What would it have been like to witness the birth of the universe?

A research paper has investigated the amount of light available in the newborn universe to offer clues as to how bright the Big Bang was
By Staff Writer Jan 30 2018, 8:05AM
PUBG: A beginner's guide to the tips and tricks you need to know

PUBG: A beginner's guide to the tips and tricks you need to know

Win a Chicken Dinner every time with our PUBG tips and tricks
By Staff Writer Jan 25 2018, 10:06AM
The next generation of smartphone cameras could see through walls

The next generation of smartphone cameras could see through walls

The latest camera research is shifting from increasing the number of megapixels towards fusing data with computational processing
By Staff Writer Jan 24 2018, 9:38AM
What is cache memory?

What is cache memory?

We explain the different categories of cache memory, and how it differs from RAM
By Staff Writer Jan 24 2018, 9:20AM
Samsung begins producing 16GB GDDR6 memory to accelerate AI training

Samsung begins producing 16GB GDDR6 memory to accelerate AI training

Doubles the power of Samsung's previous 20nm 8GB GDDR5 memory
By Staff Writer Jan 22 2018, 8:27AM
Nissan's Xmotion Concept SUV is a super-smart tech haven with a built-in assistant and gesture control

Nissan's Xmotion Concept SUV is a super-smart tech haven with a built-in assistant and gesture control

Unveiled at the Detroit Motor Show, the Xmotion Concept's prominent feature most prominent feature is its Human Machine Interface (HMI)
By Staff Writer Jan 17 2018, 10:20AM
There's a socioeconomic divide between those who track their sleep and those who don't

There's a socioeconomic divide between those who track their sleep and those who don't

A new study suggests that only the healthy and wealthy are tracking their sleep
By Staff Writer Jan 17 2018, 10:20AM
From cute AIBO robo-dogs to soundbars: Everything Sony unveiled at CES

From cute AIBO robo-dogs to soundbars: Everything Sony unveiled at CES

The new AIBO robot is our pick of the bunch - sadly it's only available in Japan
By Staff Writer Jan 10 2018, 9:16AM
What to expect at CES 2018: Our guide to Vegas' Consumer Electronics Show

What to expect at CES 2018: Our guide to Vegas' Consumer Electronics Show

All the rumours, trends and announcements ahead of CES 2018
By Staff Writer Jan 8 2018, 12:43PM
Bandai Namco's sword-based fighter is back

Bandai Namco's sword-based fighter is back

The next SoulCalibur returns to its roots, and this ten-minute gameplay video suggests it's shaping up well
By Staff Writer Dec 14 2017, 10:37AM
Earth's e-waste problem is getting ridiculous

Earth's e-waste problem is getting ridiculous

In 2016, humans generated the weight of 4,500 Eiffel Towers in electronic waste
By Staff Writer Dec 14 2017, 10:37AM
Is Tidal six months from closing?

Is Tidal six months from closing?

Lossless audio company is reportedly making quite big losses.
By Staff Writer Dec 14 2017, 10:37AM
Apple's iMac Pro lands in time for Christmas

Apple's iMac Pro lands in time for Christmas

Launching tomorrow, the workstation is a powerhouse for software developers
By Staff Writer Dec 14 2017, 10:23AM
Microsoft asks developers to build quantum apps for a computer that doesn't exist

Microsoft asks developers to build quantum apps for a computer that doesn't exist

It does include a simulator that will allow developers to test their super-powered apps
By Staff Writer Dec 13 2017, 10:37AM
Nine months in, and the Nintendo Switch sales are closing in on lifetime Wii U sales

Nine months in, and the Nintendo Switch sales are closing in on lifetime Wii U sales

Nintendo is onto a winner as Switch's sales are on target to outperform even the SNES.
By Staff Writer Dec 13 2017, 9:04AM