Cloudy tech seen in oversized suit holding temperature probe
Hidden away among the interminably long keynote speeches at Microsoft's recent Build event was a project to delight the retro enthusiast.…
Microsoft slurps conversational-AI startup Semantic Machines
Microsoft's decided its Cortana speech assistant needs a bit of buffing to survive in a world where Google AI can book restaurants and a parrot can turn the lights off with Alexa*, so the company has acquired a conversational-AI startup called Semantic Machines.…
An incident that started with a lazy slave ended with a rousing recovery
Who, me? If the thought of another week at work has you down, worry not: The Register has another instalment of “Who, me?” for you to read, so you can enjoy another tale of errors made by someone other than yourself!…
So ministers hit the airwaves to reveal looming ‘obligation’ for rapid abuse takedown and colossal fines for not doing it
Just four of 14 social networks asked to consult with the UK government on regulation of social media attended the talks, so ministers have revealed plans to require rapid removal of abusive and objectionable material and substantial fines for not doing so.…
Humans to be completely useless within six months: confirmed.
Retro computing fans wrap classic DEC fascia round world's fave hobby machine
Always wanted a PDP-11, but don't have space for the iron? Good news: an obsolete computer enthusiast s offering beta tests of a kit designed to recreate the famous Digital Equipment Corporation box on a Raspberry Pi.…
The specific word he used was "guillotine". That is not a nice word.
Yet another unmissable deal from Android's indie star.
Microsoft announces Sunday its acquisition of Semantic Machines Inc, a company focused on conversational AI.
These in-ear neckband-style wireless headphones share some similarities with BeatsX headphones but cost less.
OnePlus might not be a perfect Android device maker, with fairly regular controversies involving its security mistakes, bad advertising decisions, and lack of a concrete support policy. But OnePlus is really good at making high-end hardware at a low price, though, and for some people that's enough to forgive the company's other flaws.
For 2018, the company is introducing the OnePlus 6. While OnePlus' flagship pricing is once again jumping up $29 to $529, the OnePlus 6 is still one of the cheapest Snapdragon 845-powered devices you can buy. With a switch to a glass back and a notched display design, OnePlus' flagship seems more generic than ever. But for that price, it's still hard to beat.
Yep, there are a total of five different Deadpool 2 post-credits scenes, and they're all wonderful. Spoilers ahead!
A trip up the California coast in a Honda CR-V to experience the bike show that celebrates all facets of two-wheeled motoring.
No notch -- just holograms. Kinda.
Store-and-forward probe TESS warms up its cameras with a snap of 200,000 stars
NASA’s exoplanet-spotting Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) has successfully manoeuvred around Earth’s moon.…
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That's 'Total Outage Ends Support for Usual Performance', natch
Updated Telstra's mobile network experienced a nationwide outage on Monday morning, May 21st, 2018.…
The Nokia 8 Sirocco is the best Nokia Android phone yet, but not exciting enough to justify the cost.
Musk promises a performance model with BMW M3-rivaling specs -- including 0-60 mph in 3.5 seconds and 310-mile range -- along with easier servicing.
China's space agency has taken a critical first step toward an unprecedented robotic landing on the far side of the Moon. On Monday, local time, the China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation launched a Long March 4C rocket from the Xichang Satellite Launch Center. Although it did not broadcast the launch, the Chinese space agency said it went smoothly, according to the state news service Xinhua.
"The launch is a key step for China to realize its goal of being the first country to send a probe to soft-land on and rove the far side of the Moon," Zhang Lihua, manager of the relay satellite project, told Xinhua.
About 25 minutes after the launch, the Queqiao spacecraft separated from the rocket's upper stage, and began a trip toward a halo orbit of the Earth-Moon Lagrange Point L2. Over the next six months, the 425kg spacecraft will undergo tests to ensure it will function properly as a communications relay.