In early 2016, Samsung announced its 15TB PM1633a SSD, which at the time was the world’s largest SSD, dwarfing all competition. But not to be outdone, Seagate this month stunned the world by revealing a 60TB SAS SSD, quadrupling its rival’s capacity.
If you spend any time on social media, you’ll already know that Pokemon Go has taken over the planet. In fact, the game has become one of the world’s most downloaded apps, with active users already rivalling that of Twitter. But what exactly is Pokemon Go, and why has it become so popular?
You’ve probably heard of personal breathalysers and wristbands that read your blood alcohol level. But now researchers at the University of California in San Diego have developed a tattoo that analyses your sweat to determine the amount of alcohol in your bloodstream.
On Tuesday 9th August 2016, approximately 13 million Australian households sat down to complete the Census. For over 100 years, the Census has provided a vital snapshot of Australia, showing how our nation has evolved over time, and enabling governments to plan for the future.
The Microsoft HoloLens is an augmented-reality head-mounted display unit, with a tinted visor that sits in front of your eyes. The unit contains sensors, cameras, speakers, and a pair of transparent combiner lenses on which projected images are displayed.
A team from the MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab (CSAIL) has built a new wireless network system that can pinpoint a user’s location to within ten centimetres, without the need for any additional sensors.
Household gadgets are becoming increasingly intelligent. Everything from washing machines to fridges are being connected to the Internet of Things – a network of devices embedded with electronics, software and sensors enabling these objects to collect and share data.
And now this smart embedded technology is set to revolutionise the way we drink wine.
The vast majority of cars on the road today are used only by their owners, and are not shared in any structured manner. But that’s all about to change.
Hailed as MS Paint for the next generation, Google’s new virtual reality Tilt Brush transforms your environment into a digital canvas, letting you paint freely in virtual worlds where the only limit is your imagination.