Emerging Tech

Tesla’s Q2 deliveries surge

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Second-quarter sales jump 52 per cent, giving the Silicon Valley auto maker important momentum ahead of the debut of its Model X sport-utility later this year.

Samsung spruces up Gear VR

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The South Korean giant has released a second amazing virtual reality viewer, and if you haven’t sampled VR, you’re missing something special.

E-books get a makeover

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E-readers rejoice: Amazon and Google are rolling out new fonts designed not only to look better on screen but to make reading easier on the eye.

Taxi boss lashes out at Foley's Uber plan

by AAP
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The head of the NSW taxi council criticises Labor leader Luke Foley's support for Uber, likening the system to "WorkChoices on steroids".

Uber cops $1.7m fine in Queensland

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Controversial ride sharing service says payment is still pending on a large number of the fines issued by the state.

Small is beautiful: Technology in your pocket

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The year is half over and we’ve seen a mountain of gadgets. Here are some of the newest gadgets that show, this year, small is beautiful and remarkable.

The iPhone might lose the Home button

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Apple is reportedly working on a chip that would allow fingerprint sensing from the touchscreen, negating the need for a home button.
D printing adds a new dimension to medicine
by AAP
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3D printing may one day make aspects of medicine a bit like car making, where custom-made parts to be used in surgery are received "just in time".

Apple's HomeKit is a crude mess

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The smart home is personal tech’s Wild West, and Apple wants the iPhone to play sheriff. But has it bitten off more than it can chew?
D-printed joint issued in jaw surgery
by AAP
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A customised 3D-printed jaw joint has successfully been implanted in a 32-year-old man, boosting shares in the maker of the joint.

Hands-on with the Oculus Rift

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Facebook-owned Oculus VR's latest virtual-reality headset finally feels consumer ready.

Apple Watch band brings in the big bucks

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Tech giant's coffers set to swell even further with almost 20 per cent of Apple Watch buyers reportedly buying a spare band for the wearable.

Intel continues wearables push

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Chip giant buys Recon, a Canadian company that has created a line of high-tech eyewear for sports enthusiasts.

Are ATMs on a path to obsolescence?

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The future of the ATM may be fragile as its once cutting-edge functionality becomes ubiquitous through other devices.

Xbox chief Phil Spencer on HoloLens and his favourite game

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Microsoft’s big event at E3 revealed a slew of game news but left some questions unanswered.

Financial apps that can help you save money

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Smartphones may be the ultimate instant-gratification machine but now your phone could stop you from burning a hole in your pocket.

Call to unlock Australia's fintech potential

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One of Britain’s leading financial technology experts has backed greater government support of the burgeoning industry.

Can Apple make streaming a success?

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Apple Music is finally here but the tech giant's announcement still leaves a few questions unanswered, including the extent to which artists will see any benefits from this development.

Google sets its sights on sidewalks

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Not content with trying to prolong human life by decades, Google now wants to fix the world’s increasingly congested cities.

Microsoft lifts the lid on monster Surface Hub

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Microsoft is pitching the $US20,000 Surface Hub as the best audio-video conference equipment and collaboration tool a company can buy.

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