It's not just Google who can use AI and machine learning to deliver impressive accessibility features, with Apple also showcasing an impressive set of must-see features you'll engage with below, while also clearly pointing to the kinds of smarts that future Apple AR glasses and the future Apple Car to come will feature, in even more refined form.
Despite well-publicised global challenges, Huawei sold 10 million of its P30 series smartphones within 85 days after launch (and 62 days faster than the P20 series) and sold 90 million more devices before May 2019.
The new Google News is dumbed down, with options removed to sort by date or relevance in some areas, with other options also removed and too much white space delivering a mobile look on a large desktop screen. How can you get some of the old functionality back?
Microsoft has issued a list of deprecated and removed features from its Windows 10 Fall (spring in Australia) Creators update.
HTC’s “Edge Sense” feature has a screen that lets you test your “squeeze force,” but is this attempt to squeeze out a new feature going to work?
Android has released Preview 1 for Android 8.x – or O as its being called and Oreo as many hope it will end up.
Access to more advanced Spotify features on Sonos has been spotty, but at long last improvements to Spotify on Sonos have been spotted.
Chinese multinational technology giant Huawei is working on a single universal mobile device that will replace smartphones, tablets and just about everything else in both the home and office, according to the chairman of the Australian branch.
Any company with over 40% market share must be doing something right, and e-commerce platform Magento seems extremely well placed to take advantage of Aussies' obsession with online shopping.
Facebook has taken yet another leaf out of Twitter's playbook, testing one of the social media site's key features, Trending Topics.
Google has long been an ad company rather than a search company, and its Gmail transformation is the latest proof of this.
It's still 2012 and the 'new iPad' is yet to arrive at retail, but that doesn't stop us from issuing a list of Top 10 feature demands for the next 'new iPad', due to arrive in around twelve months from right about now.
Yawn. Another Facebook development, another privacy besmirchment and probably another upcoming Zuckerbergian apology. Can anyone remind me again why they choose to live a privacy-free Facebook life?
The iPad 2 is still months away, but the digerati has made clear what it expects the iPad 2 to contain, and even though some of these features seem contradictory, the web has spoken when it comes to what it wants in the iPad 2, with Steve Jobs the 'decider' over whether those wishes are granted, or gutted!
OK, Apple, the iPad 2 ball is in your court, but in the court of public opinion, which Apple doesn't always seem to court, it would be curt of us not to mention that without all of these features, the expectations of at least some could be caught short!
Yes, just days after the US launch of the iPad, it's time for a top 10 list of feature demands to make the iPad 2.0 even more magical and revolutionary!
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