Futuristic tech could charge devices as quickly as USB, claim researchers
And it's not even Alexa enabled
Smartphone comes second last in 'Grand Digital' competition
Alphabet's health sciences division Verily have been messing with AI algorithms
Could make it practical to run neural networks locally on smartphones
Don't Panic! The exploits are only proof-of-concept attacks
Could finally take quantum computing out of the research lab
If you're not white and male, image analysis systems tend to trip up more often
He's just trying to phone home
Lithium-metal batteries are lighter and hold more juice
Touts AI as 'one of the most important things that humanity is working on'
But Brexit could mean that the UK misses out
As Intel battles with Spectre, it shows off its Quantum as solace
A whole new way to be tied to your ISP
AI-powered predictive keyboard rewrites Harry Potter chapter with cannibalism, sexual tension and self-abuse
50 Shades of Harry Hannibal Lecter Potter
The evergreen first-world-problem could soon be consigned to tech history
It's magic take away. You'll like it. Not a lot.
But they don't want a lot of noise and hiss about it
Rampant smashing of humans at board games is set to continue
Not making it public would be very shellfish
A foggy day in Glasgow Town
All the accents, all the time
Does a good man sh*t in the Tesla?
Box of marbles still better UI than Windows Mobile
The early bird catches the spud. Perhaps she was a potato clock?
Doctor Who sound architect recognised for contribution to musique concrete
And it looks like it's from Mars, of course
But it's with the best of intentions (really, this time)
And it's all in the name of art
This is not a drill. We repeat, this is not a drill (but it's as stupid)
Beware the wrath of the underdog
But its ambition may be thwarted by real life
Loadsamoney vs Loadspromise
Break the fourth wall from the comfort of home
Ground Ctrl+P to Major Tom
...Boo! Said Nadella... Now you shall use Edge till the end of time. Ahahahaha!
Raspberry Pi makes a spooktacle of itself (oh FFS)
The best episode ever? Possibly.
Japanese study shows an accuracy rate of 86 per cent
Yes, it's been cracked. Again. But this time by a machine
Negative connotations can bleed into public applications
Wallets, stand by...
The mighty fall in the Fog of War
Don't try this. Really, don't.
But it's open source - he didn't Zelda rights
Yes. No. Yes. Good. Very Strong