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Say hello to Tesla’s Optimus Bot

We’re one step closer to a Jetsons-style future where we can outsource the tedious parts of everyday life to a quietly suffering robo-servant.  Last year,...

Google Stadia won’t ever make it to New Zealand

Move over Pixelbook, we’ve got another one for the ever-expanding Google graveyard.  Google has announced that Stadia, its clever game streaming technology, is to die...

Cloudflare wants to kill the CAPTCHA

Bad news for people whose hobbies include clicking pictures of buses for a virtual pat on the head from a computer: Cloudflare has unveiled...

LG has tech to ruin future train journeys

Windows — the actual thing, not the operating system — are pretty good at what they do. They let light in and let you...

VR reduces the need for surgery anaesthetic, study finds

When it comes to surgery, I think most of us would agree that anaesthetic is a good thing — and the more the better,...

This rollable phone should have been LG’s answer to foldables

Before LG exited the smartphone market, it was making weird and wonderful smartphones that the public rudely almost uniformly ignored. There was the modular...

The PS5 could look very different in 2023

The Sony PS5 may be one of the ugliest bits of consumer hardware ever created, but that hasn’t stopped people from buying it in...

Uber hacker trolled employees on company Slack

Uber, a company not always forthcoming about security blunders, has been forced to acknowledge a “cybersecurity incident” on its official Twitter channel. Unhelpfully for its...

Google reportedly abandons the Pixelbook

Poor old Google can’t decide what it wants to do in the hardware market. Just three years ago, Google’s Rick Osterloh was confirming that...

Google could have two Pixel Tablets in the works

Google’s answer to the problem of leakers irritatingly revealing its products before showtime has been a slightly maverick one. It now shows off products...

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