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New UK & US studies find robots do not improve the patient’s health when compared to manual operations.
Complaints about the national broadband network (NBN), involving connection delays, unusable internet or landlines and slow internet speed are on the rise. Most Australians will be forced to move onto the NBN within 18 months of it being switched on in their area, and that means navigating what can be confusing new contracts. So, what are your rights …
Academy Award Winner, Eva Orner, returns to her hometown of Melbourne to expose the increasing dependence Australians have on smartphones, with the launch of a new documentary, It’s People Like Us.
Brendan Gogarty, University of Tasmania Recent advances in technology mean we can no longer rely on fences or barriers around our homes to protect our privacy. This was certainly the case for Darwin resident Karli Hyatt, who on Tuesday explained to the ABC’s Law Report how a drone invaded the security and privacy of her …
Pokemon Go people are happy people. That’s the finding of media researchers from the University of Wisconsin-Madison who leapt to study the wildly popular mobile game shortly after its release in July 2016.
Pokémon Go pushed Augmented Reality, or AR, into the mainstream, sending 500 million people around the world chasing cartoon characters on their phones. But now, in a unique multi-disciplinary collaboration, it’s making the leap from entertainment to education writes Dr David Kelly, Dr Thuong Hoang , Martin Reinoso and Zaher Joukhadar.
A fantastic new project is underway showcasing how virtual reality (VR) can be used as a tool to help ease psychological stress and provide a form of “distraction therapy” during typically arduous chemotherapy treatments.
St.George Bank is calling on seniors to drop by their local NSW branch this week for a cup of tea, a chat, and tips on how to get tech savvy with internet banking.
It’s 50 years on since James Bedford was the first human to be cryonically preserved — frozen and stored indefinitely in the hope that technology would one day revive him. The science of cryonics has been widely touched by science fiction films and TV shows (remember Forever Young, the 1992 film starring Mel Gibson?), as …