Category Archives: Tech News

Review: HP Envy 34 Curved All-in-One (2017)

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Very few computers make a statement just by sitting on top of your desk. HP’s latest update of the Envy 34 all-in-one is one of them. A major revamp of the previous generation of the Envy 34, this latest iteration rearranges the components by detaching the CPU from the back of the screen and putting […]

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Crunch Report | The World Is Melting

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Waymo is exploring self-driving trucks, Bumble’s meetup space, the Hive and reaction from VCs after pulling out of the Paris climate agreement. All this on Crunch Report. Read More Source link

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Google to let publishers charge users for ad-blockers

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Image copyright Getty Images Google will let publishers ask people who use ad-blockers to either enable advertising or make a payment to view content without ads. “Funding Choices” will roll out first in North America, UK, Germany, Australia and New Zealand, Google said in a blog. Google is also working on an ad-blocker of its […]

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WWDC 2017: What’s Coming at Apple’s Big Spring Fling

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If the rumors are true (and they usually are), this year’s WWDC will be hardware-focused. The post WWDC 2017: What’s Coming at Apple’s Big Spring Fling appeared first on WIRED. Source link

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The best Bose noise-cancelling headphones deals in Australia

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Having to listen to the sound of a train during your daily commute or the constant hum of a plane on a long-haul flight over the soothing notes of your music can be annoying, to say the least. The best way to shut the world out and enjoy your favourite tunes, or listen to an […]

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Social media giants making progress on illegal hate speech takedowns: EC

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It’s been a year since the four major social platform players agreed with Europe’s executive body to a voluntary Code of Conduct for removing illegal hate speech within 24 hours of a complaint being received. A lot has happened on this front since then, with a series of content moderation scandals hitting different platforms and serving […]

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Nest’s New Security Cam Keeps a Sharp Eye on Your Smart Home

Few smart home gadgets command the popularity of the Nest Cam, an all-seeing, all-knowing in-home camera system. People used it to spy on their babysitters and house cleaners, capture unexpected moments like a baby’s first steps, or watch over their homes while out of town. Today, the original Nest Cam gets a long-awaited update with […]

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ReMarkable digital notepad 'feels like real paper'

A Norwegian start-up is developing a digital paper tablet it hopes will appeal to “paper people”. The device – called ReMarkable – can be written on using a stylus and is textured to feel like real paper. The BBC’s Chris Foxx asked the company’s Magnus Wanberg why people choose his device over a fully-featured tablet […]

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Sonos’ online store is now open to Australians

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As of today, Australians now have the option of buying Sonos products directly from the source, with the arrival of an AU online store on the streaming speaker company’s official website.  The store features all of the company’s popular products, including Sonos Play:1, Play:5, Sonos Playbase and the Sonos Playbar.  In terms of pricing, the […]

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This is how a self-driving car ‘sees’ the road

Ever wonder what an autonomous vehicle ‘sees’ via its sensors, on-board computing and sensor fusion system? This video from Civil Maps, the high-definition maps technology company backed by Ford, reveals some of what’s going on when it comes to combining detailed 3D maps with sensor data culled from LiDAR, optical cameras, radar and other on-board […]

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