University of Adelaide fires up Epson projectors for 'unique' installation in main Bonython Hall A recent "routine catch-up" between the University of Adelaide’s Information Technology and Digital Services team and Epson sales and technical staff led to "a unique…
New supercomputer for Sydney Uni The University of Sydney has a new $2.3 million supercomputer that will be used for AI and other research.
ASUS launches ZenBook Pro, including OLED touchpad dubbed ScreenPad Computer hardware manufacturer ASUS has announced the new ZenBook Pro line of laptops, along with the world's first laptop touchpad that serves as a second…
Pure Storage reveals second AI-ready system Following the announcement of its first Airi (AI-Ready Infrastructure) system earlier this year, Pure Storage has revealed a second, smaller model intended to make AI systems accessible…
Logitech releases mice for World Cup football fans Computer peripherals manufacturer Logitech is making a bid to capitalise on next month's World Cup football tournament by issuing wireless mice in the colours of…
VIDEO: Microsoft launches impressive collaborative Surface Hub 2, due 2019 Those who can sometimes be down on Microsoft these days, including me at times, will be surprised to see that innovation from Microsoft continues, this…
Mixed reality headset sales to exceed US$35 billion by 2024 The mixed reality market certainly won't be sending mixed signals as it reaches more than US$35 billion by 2024, with shipments forecast to grow at…
Control may solve quantum reliability problem An Australian company thinks it knows how to overcome the innate unreliability of quantum computers.
NZ Taxi owner disrupts himself with postal service: can Aussies be as smart? A New Zealand-based taxi fleet owner had the brainwave to do what Aussie taxi services have failed to see: self-disruption to add a delivery service,…

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