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Computer chip flaws impact billions of devices

Cybersecurity expert Bryce Boland explains how the flaws, called Meltdown and Spectre, affect computers and smartphones and what it will take to fix the vulnerabilities.

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CES 2018: Samsung launches modular TV called The Wall

Samsung has announced a giant 146in (396cm) TV called The Wall at the CES tech show in Las Vegas.

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CES 2018: Tech preview of the show's coolest new products

About 4,000 companies - many of them start-ups - are arriving in town this weekend. Over the coming days, they will reveal new products, secure orders and hopefully provide a taste of the future at the trade fair.

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Intel says Mobileye's autonomous driving tech to be used in two million vehicles

The world’s largest chipmaker bought Israeli firm Mobileye last year to compete with peers such as Qualcomm Inc and Nvidia Corp and tap the fast-growing market of driverless cars.

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Neurotechnology, Elon Musk and the goal of human enhancement

t the World Government Summit in Dubai in February, Tesla and SpaceX chief executive Elon Musk said that people would need to become cyborgs to be relavant in an artificial intelligence age. He said that a “merger of biological intelligence and machine intelligence” would be necessary to ensure we stay economically valuable. 

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A Browser You’ve Never Heard of Is Dethroning Google in Asia

JAKARTA, Indonesia—A mobile browser rarely used in the West has outflanked Google’s Chrome in some of Asia’s fastest-growing markets, giving owner Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. an advantage in the race among technology giants to capture the next generation of internet users.

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Gaming addiction classified as disorder by WHO

ts 11th International Classification of Diseases (ICD) will include the condition "gaming disorder".

The draft document describes it as a pattern of persistent or recurrent gaming behaviour so severe that it takes "precedence over other life interests".

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Apple apologises for slowing older iPhones down

The company now says it will replace batteries for less and will issue software in 2018 so customers can monitor their phone's battery health.

Some customers had long suspected the company slowed older iPhones to encourage customers to upgrade.

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