TV under a cloud of unreality – traditional IT is on the way out

8:23PM | Monday, 3 August 2015 | Mark Randall

Infrastructure as a concept is undergoing a huge shift as startups begin to rethink what it takes to run a business.


Technolog: If at first you don't succeed, try again: Windows 10 and Google Glass

8:11PM | Monday, 3 August 2015 | David Glance

Last week some old technology reappeared, refreshed for another try at getting it right this time around.

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'Brick is the new black': five emerging trends in online retail

8:57PM | Monday, 3 August 2015 | Renee Thompson

In 2015 brick is the new black with 'pure play' online retailers moving into the physical store.

 | Technology

Should MOOCs be used as credit for high school?

7:55PM | Friday, 31 July 2015 | Jason M Lodge

MOOCs are now reaching a point where they may soon find their niche in the educational ecosystem.

 | Technology

'Windows 10 on everything' is Microsoft's gambit to profit from its competitors

7:39PM | Friday, 31 July 2015 |  Mark Skilton

To run Windows 10 on everything, Microsoft is opening up.

 | Technology

Why we should welcome 'killer robots', not ban them

7:34PM | Friday, 31 July 2015 | Jai Galliott

The open letter signed by more than 12,000 prominent people calling for a ban on artificially intelligent killer robots is misguided and perhaps even reckless.

 | Technology

THE NEWS WRAP: Pinterest gets serious with diversity

7:34AM | Friday, 31 July 2015 | Denham Sadler

Image-sharing platform Pinterest has released internal statistics and put forward plans to improve diversity in the startup next year.

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No-one saw apps coming, but their future will be unmissable

7:23PM | Thursday, 30 July 2015 | Michael Cowling and James Birt

It might be hard to believe, but the first iPhone was unleashed on the world less than 10 years ago.

 | Technology

Folding graphene like origami may allow us to wear sensors in our skin

7:12PM | Thursday, 30 July 2015 | Karl Coleman

Material scientists have found a way to apply the ancient art of kirigami – a way of building complex structures by cutting and folding paper – to the wonder material graphene.

 | Technology

Auto industry must tackle its software problems to stop hacks as cars go online

7:59PM | Thursday, 30 July 2015 | Bill Buchanan

The growing number of software vulnerabilities discovered in cars has led to calls for the US Federal Trade Commission and National Highway Traffic Safety Administration to impose security standards on manufacturers for software in their cars.

 | Technology

Cyber criminals targeting unwary businesses - report

7:50PM | Thursday, 30 July 2015 | Renee Thompson

Australian businesses are increasingly becoming targets for cyber crime, according to the first national unclassified cyber security threat report.

 | Technology

Stripe ripe for Apple Pay boom

7:41PM | Wednesday, 29 July 2015 | Denham Sadler

Australia is on track to become Stripe’s third biggest market, and co-founder John Collison says online sales will rocket with Apple Pay’s imminent arrival in the country.

 | Technology

Microsoft wants to win back your support with Windows 10

7:27PM | Wednesday, 29 July 2015 | David Tuffley

The latest version of Microsoft’s Windows operating system will begin rolling out from Wednesday (July 29).

 | IT

What’s the point of education if Google can tell us anything?

7:57PM | Tuesday, 28 July 2015 | Ibrar Bhatt

Can’t remember the name of the two elements that scientist Marie Curie discovered? Or who won the 1945 UK general election? Ask Google.

 | Technology  | Managing people

Open letter: we must stop killer robots before they are built

7:50PM | Tuesday, 28 July 2015 | Toby Walsh

More than 1000 of the leading researchers in artificial intelligence (AI) and robotics have today signed and published an open letter calling for a ban on offensive autonomous weapons, also known colloquially as “killer robots”.

 | Technology

Gaming through the ages: older Australians are embracing video games

7:30PM | Tuesday, 28 July 2015 | Jeffrey E. Brand

Stereotypes that video games were a popular medium intended only for youths have been eroded; it's clear they're popular for adults.

 | Technology

THE NEWS WRAP: Google moves away from Google+

7:43AM | Tuesday, 28 July 2015 | Denham Sadler

Google will no longer force users to identify themselves on its platforms through a Google+ profile.

 | Technology

TV shifts from hero to zero, but even Netflix can't kill pirating

7:07PM | Monday, 27 July 2015 | Marc C-Scott

Analyst firm UBS this week placed a halt on any growth by the Australian television networks in 2016.

 | Technology

The future of 3D printing lies in space and with an extra dimension

7:02PM | Friday, 24 July 2015 | Hamza Bendemr

The concept and use of 3D printing is now well established, with a large selection of printers available today, ranging from your low-price small 3D units for home to the larger and more robust industrial printers.

 | Technology

Technolog: Hack of dating sites signals an end to promiscuous use of online identity

7:46PM | Friday, 24 July 2015 | David Glance

If anybody is still labouring under the mistaken belief that anything online can remain private and secure, this week should have seen them finally admit defeat.

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