We are losing the ransomware fight: This is why
An analysis of ransomware reporting over the past six months shows that while there’s a big focus on big targets, going after individual users is still very popular.
Slack announces new developer tools to bolster app visibility
ZDNet’s Natalie Gagliordi tells Karen Roby that at its Spec developer conference, the company announced range of updates and new features aimed at making it easier for people to discover and use apps inside Slack. Read more: https://zd.net/2W1X7Bx
MacOS Catalina 10.15: Bugs and security updates
Arbitrary code execution and memory vulnerabilities may impact Mac machines.
How non-technical professionals can engage developers
Justin Halsall, developer advocate at IBM, talks with Tonya Hall about best practices to keep developers engaged, including using direct communication.
To feel VR: Swiss researchers create artificial skin that can simulate touch
Roboticists have developed the first soft, wearable interface with high-fidelity tactile feedback.
This new AI tool is better at tracking your emotions
Fujitsu Laboratories has developed a technology that is more accurate at tracking complex facial expressions such as awkward giggles, nervousness or confusion.
New Zealand government to spend NZ$3m on unmanned aircraft trial program
Zephyr Airworks has been named as the first industry partner to participate in the program.
Square serves up custom-built platform for Australian restaurants
Australia is the first global market outside of the United States where the POS has been rolled out.
NAB launches Australia-wide small business cyber roadshow
The red and black bank hopes to educate its 40,000 small business customers through its Cyber Security Roadshow.
Commonwealth Bank to spend over AU$5b on tech in the next five years
The bank will be spending big on technology in a bid to keep improving its systems and services.