Big media, big tech, and big politics. Everyone is trying to look like the biggest tool in the name of winning a fight about the wrong thing.
New advances in AI are smashing the competition and determining the structure of proteins which has huge implications for scientific research.
The last release for Chrome in 2020 has a bunch of neat changes to help reduce CPU usage for tab fiends. It also adds a bunch of productivity features which look surprisingly helpful.
Starting June 2021, you’ll need to pay up to store all your cat photos on Google Photos beyond the basic 15GB Google account limit.
Got a tune stuck in your head and can’t remember anything about it? Now Google will let you hum for answers (try not to feel judged).
The Australian news media bargaining code is trying to solve the wrong problem. It’s a Band-aid on an ulcer.
This week, Nic and Seamus talk about the battle over digital ad revenues and the effort to demand Facebook and Google give money to the media industry.
This week Nic and Seamus look back at the things in old games that young kids won’t understand, and then forward to what kids today might experience that one day will feel like a relic of the past they get to call their own.
Alexa not doing it for you? Now you can ask Google to help you out via your Sonos speakers instead.…
With 27 supported languages out of the gate, Google just made the world a little bit smaller with the arrival…
How do suburbs and neighbourhoods get their names? That seems to be changing in the age of Google Maps, according…