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Researchers from global security firm Sophos claim they have found new malware that uses DLL side-loading to run malicious code and install backdoors on Windows systems.

Published in Security

Want to talk to Google Assistant in more than one language? Now you can say "hola, hallo, ciao, salut, and こんにちは to your bilingual Google Assistant", with "routines" now possible, too.

Published in Home Tech

Researchers at Microsoft claim to have created the first machine translation system that is able to translate news articles from Chinese to English with the same level of accuracy as a human.

Published in Business Intelligence

The Fair Work Ombudsman says the provision of a website where complaints about illegal practices in workplaces can be lodged anonymously and in a number of languages has led to about 20,000 complaints being received in a year-and-a-half.

Published in Government Tech
Tuesday, 18 June 2013 08:54

Oxford Dictionary learns how to tweet

The Oxford English Dictionary received a techy boost today, adding 'live-blogging', 'crowdsourcing' and 'tweeting' to its collection of words.

Published in Home Tech
Wednesday, 07 November 2012 11:19

Practical grammar book appified for iOS

Bestselling book Practical English Usage from Oxford University Press is now available as an iOS app developed in conjunction with Paragon Software.

Published in Mobility

A program created by WorkVentures with the backing of the Commonwealth Government and Microsoft aims to help recent migrants and refugees settle in Australia by helping them gain basic computer skills.

Published in Education

IntelliVocab Deluxe takes the highly popular IntelliVocab app to the next level. This app is built by students of MIT based on the latest research in Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Web Semantics. Not only does it have a lot more words, it lets you add local notifications for the words which you did wrong, hence helping you master the words quickly. It personalizes English vocabulary learning for competitive exams and personal improvement.

IntelliVocab for SAT, GRE and GMAT Comes To The Android Marketplace

Australian-owned online dating network Oasis is claiming substantial growth in its international user base.

Published in Development

Highlights of every Barclays Premier League football (soccer) match will be available on Yahoo!'s UK site.

Published in Entertainment




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