Apple is deeply invested in artificial intelligence and augmented reality when it comes to future products, CEO Tim Cook acknowledged in a recent interview.
"Look at the core technologies that make up the smartphone today and look at the ones that will be dominant in smartphones of the future — like AI," Cook told the Washington Post, which raised the issue of Apple's prospects given its financial dependence on the iPhone in a slowing smartphone market. "AI will make this product even more essential to you," he asserted.
Midway through the second season of Silicon Valley, the HBO series that so skillfully spoofs the Bay Area tech scene, the plot turns to porn.
With the number of cyber incidents identified by Australian organisations more than doubling in the last year, PwC is using an online game to give enterprises first-hand experience of what it means to face a cyber attack.
PwC recently introduced Game of Threats to its Australian clients to simulate what might happen in a real cyber attack.
A 74-year-old Australian man was awarded $115,000 in damages caused by a libelous Facebook post about his business, and it’s a good reminder that you can’t just say anything on social media.
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Chaos hit Delta Air Lines early on Monday morning as a loss of power at its Atlanta data center resulted in the airline grounding all its flights worldwide for several hours. Although the company's planes are now taking to the air, Delta informed customers flying today to expect delays and cancellations.
The problem completely crippled the airline, knocking out flight operations and bookings. Although it is yet to be confirmed by Delta, a member of the FlyerTalk forums was told by the captain of their flight that the cause was a fire in the data center.