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Aruba Atmosphere 2018 Part 3: The growth of wireless

By Ryan Noik 20 June 2018

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The growth of wireless, and the way forward, was another focus at the recent Aruba Atmosphere conference, held in Croatia earlier this month. FULL STORY >


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Tech titans weigh in on US policy to separate families

By Ryan Noik 20 June 2018

While international outrage at the US policy of separating children from their parents has grown, technology leaders have added their voice to demand for the action to cease. FULL STORY >

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Microsoft’s Project Natick goes deeper with Phase 2

By Ryan Noik 19 June 2018

Microsoft's Project Natick, which sees data centres being placed in bodies of water, has marked a new milestone. FULL STORY >

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Dell Technologies Interview - Jay Parker: The Fate of the PC Part 2

By Ryan Noik 18 June 2018

In the continuation of the interview with Jay Parker, Dell’s president of the client product group gave his view of how the PC may change, its future, and why local storage still cannot be beat, even as cloud computing comes... FULL STORY >

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Volvo introduces self docking yacht

By Staff Writer 18 June 2018

Self parking cars are nothing new, but now a Volvo subsidiary, Volvo Penta has come up with a self-docking yacht. FULL STORY >

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Microsoft unravels the demands of the modern workplace

By Ryan Noik 18 June 2018

Microsoft recently lifted the lid on the modern workplace, and why users now need modern devices to go along with it. FULL STORY >

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E3 2018: The best announcement trailers

By Robin-Leigh Chetty 15 June 2018

Some predicted, but also a few surprises, these were the best announcement trailers from E3 2018. FULL STORY >

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Leica now into watches with L1 and L2 timepieces

By Staff Writer 15 June 2018

Leica is well-known for its cameras and lenses (check out the final model M3 being sold for R7 million), but now the company is venturing into the world of watches. Not smartwatches, we might add, rather traditional analogue timepieces. FULL STORY >

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What people at E3 2018 are saying about Cyberpunk 2077

By Robin-Leigh Chetty 14 June 2018

While developer CD Projekt Red has not allowed the public an early glimpse at Cyberpunk 2077, media in attendance at E3 2018 have detailed some of the elements this game will tout. FULL STORY >

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Samsung announces NEXT Q Fund for investments into AI startups

By Robin-Leigh Chetty 14 June 2018

The newly announced fund is aimed at backing innovative AI projects, with a reported $150 million being made available by the South Korean company. FULL STORY >

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Microsoft said to have plans for Amazon GO-esque cashier-less stores

By Robin-Leigh Chetty 14 June 2018

Taking a page out of Amazon's playbook, Microsoft is reportedly looking at opening up cashier-less stores in the US. FULL STORY >

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Sony limply responds to controversy about PS4 Fortnite accounts

By Robin-Leigh Chetty 14 June 2018

With gamers voicing their displeasure about Fortnite PS4 account debacle, Sony has issued a response, but it's far from a solution. FULL STORY >

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Dumbo gets a live-action remake and first teaser

By Staff Writer 14 June 2018

Leading the project is none other than Tim Burton, the man who bought us 2010’s Alice in Wonderland. FULL STORY >

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iPhone security exploit to be fixed with updates

By Staff Writer 14 June 2018

US law enforcement agencies have been circumventing Apple iPhone security to break into suspected criminals’ devices for the past few years. But now Apple is putting a stop to it, much to the chagrin of the authorities. FULL STORY >

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The Boring Company hits possible pay dirt with airport project

By Staff Writer 14 June 2018

The Boring Company has got its first big job lined up. Elon Musk’s tunnel digging venture has won the bid for a high speed express train to link Chicago to the city’s O’Hare Airport. FULL STORY >

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Dell Technologies Interview - Jay Parker: The Fate of the PC Part 1

By Ryan Noik 13 June 2018

What is the fate of the PC in a world gone mobile and digital? What's its future and does it even have one? Jay Parker, the president of the client product group at Dell answers these questions and more. FULL STORY >

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