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Local iStore launches Mac trade-in programme

If you’re in the market for an upgrade to your Mac computer, you can now trade it in at an iStore near you....

Root the hexagonal robot teaches children to code

Root, the hexagonal robot developed at Harvard University, teaches children to code and guides their growth and coding skills. How it works: working with whiteboard...

MIT’s AI2 security predicts 85% of cyber attacks

MIT researchers have created an AI-driven cyber security platform that can predict cyber attacks without the risk of human error, called the AI2....

LinkedIn Students aid graduates with job seeking

The professional networking site LinkedIn has launched LinkedIn Students - an app that is specifically developed to aid students with job-hunting......

Gumtree app pioneers Account Kit: Facebook’s password-free software

Account Kit is the latest in password-free software developed by Facebook. The program ditches the traditional username and password for SMS verified login. ...

Hitachi develops customer service robot, EMIEW3

The EMIEW3 is the latest in customer service: a robot designed by Hitachi to autonomously approach and assist customers. And it's "brain" cloud-based....

Bump cellphone charger untangles your life

An proximate 3,5 days of your life is spent untangling cables. Bring in the Bump - a multi-purpose smartphone and tablet peripheral device....

Snap judgement: Why my next phone will probably be the iPhone SE

Just look at it. Nary a curve to be seen. Industrial design at its peak. Ergonomics even the creator would envy. Now endowed with powerful...

AlphaGo AI beats Go world champion in world first

ttle of strategic minds ended in a win for artificial intelligence yesterday when Google's AlphaGo triumphed over Go world champion Lee Sedol....

TESTED: HTC One A9

If imitation is the best form of flattery then HTC is courting Apple in a big way. To call the One A9 an iPhone clone...

Project Loon gets set to connect 1 billion new Internet users

Google's Project Loon may soon give more than 1 billion people internet access, and some of them will experience cat videos for the first time....

Stretchable electronics for smart skin

Researchers from the EPFL have developed stretchable electronics that can bend and stretch four times their original length....

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