This Windows file may be secretly hoarding your passwords and emails
A little-known Windows feature will create a file that stores text extracted from all the emails and plaintext-files found on your PC, which sometimes may reveal passwords or private conversations.
Telstra smart cities the focus of next 5G launch
Telstra will activate its 5G mobile network across another regional centre next as part of a focus on smart cities, with the telco also revealing a 5G partnership with the Commonwealth Bank on 'mobile banking of the future'.
PDF edit app Flexcil eyes cross-device expansion into iPhone and Android
PDF annotation app Flexcil used in the iPad will launch an iPhone version within the year, and an Android version in the first quarter of 2019, backed by its success with the iPad and increased use of the stylus with tablets, the company's co-founder has said.
Mastercard signs on as global partner for League of Legends
The multiyear deal will see Mastercard become the game's exclusive payment service partner.
IBM launches tools to detect AI fairness, bias and open sources some code
Bias detection and black box transparency is limiting AI deployments at scale, argues IBM.
Bert and Ernie, gay or not? Either way, you're right
Commentary: A Sesame Street writer says the inseparable Muppets were a loving couple, while the show says they were just best buddies. Ultimately, it's up to you.
Alibaba Cloud, IOC launch Olympic Broadcasting Services Cloud
The Alibaba, IOC effort revolves around scaling content distribution across multiple channels.
Telstra partners on IoT with water utilities
In an effort to prevent water wastage and bring down customer bills, Telstra announced that it has been trialling its Digital Water Metering solution with water utilities for a year.
Telstra completes 2Gbps data call on live 4G network
Telstra, Ericsson, and Qualcomm have completed the world's first 2Gbps data call over a live, commercial 4G LTE network.
Telstra unveils Connected Workplace
Telstra's Connected Workplace offering will combine fixed and mobile applications and messaging services, and will launch before Christmas.
Disney could add TV shows starring Loki and Scarlet Witch to its new streaming service
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Alibaba retirement plan a decade in the making: Jack Ma
The boss of Chinese largest e-commerce operator announced earlier this month that he will step down in 2019.
Data61 partners with Hensoldt Cyber for defence systems cyber protection
Announced during D61+ LIVE, the partnership is expected to secure cyber-physical systems through Data61's seL4.
Google gives admins more insight into employees' G Suite use
In addition to rolling out Work Insights, Google on Tuesday announced the general availability of the investigation tool in the G Suite security center.
The Sega Genesis Mini (or Mega Drive Mini) has been delayed to 2019
Sega's answer to the insanely popular NES and SNES Classic has been delayed to next year.
VW Group, BMW and Daimler are under investigation for collusion in Europe - Roadshow
The European Commission is investigating to see whether the companies conspired to keep certain emissions technologies out of passenger cars in Europe.
Are Bert and Ernie gay? Maybe it doesn't matter
Commentary: Are they or aren't they? Sesame Street Muppets could be a loving couple or just dedicated roomies, depending who you are.
Were all the Pixel leaks planted? video
A new theory has popped up online saying that those notch-a-riffic Pixel 3 XL images published online might be a part of a bigger story. In more serious news, further details about Google's censored search engine for China are reported. All that and your comments in this jam-packed episode of Alphabet City!
ANZ kicks off smartphone and wearable-based cash withdrawals at ATMs
Customers of the bank can now use their smartphone to withdraw cash from ANZ ATMs, in lieu of plastic cards.
Amazon reportedly plans to roll out more Alexa-enabled hardware
The new devices include more home gadgets like a microwave, according to CNBC.
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