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After recent Oversight Board questions, Facebook might be about to stop letting politicans say whatever they like.
The Digital Transformation Agency has told Senate Estimates that, after some confusion last week, COVIDSafe has done sweet FA in 2021.
Twitter has made its subscription offer, Twitter Blue, available in Australia and Canada. And you don’t get much for your $4.49 / month.
2,500 New York drivers have created a collective ridesharing business that pays them better than Uber and Lyft plus cooperative ownership of the entire business.
In this sponsored episode, we speak to Wesley Allen, Business Leader for IBM Cloud Platform in ANZ, to talk about why the future of the cloud is hybrid and the questions businesses should ask themselves on their digital transformation journey.
Lenovo Yoga Slim 7i Carbon shows a lot of power in a slim, light body that speaks to how much quality and value awaits in the Intel Evo era.
We chat with the IBM Watson Overwatch League team leader about how they’re using AI to level up stats analysis in professional esports.
The new Mac Mini with an M1 chip has a lot of firepower. So how does it stack up against Intel’s Hades Canyon gamer NUC? We run the tests.
Dementia Australia and Deakin University have launched an AI bot with dementia to help train carers to better help humans with the disease.
Zega’s app-enabled “Intelligent Cookware” is a good single pot solution for many cooking needs. The Analogue edition is probably the winner.
The Arizer Extreme Q is one of the cheapest desktop cannabis vaporizers you can buy in Aus and the results it delivers it may surprise you.
Bells and whistles be damned. The EPOS H3 is light and simple by design. But many will hesitate at the price given the simplicity.