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  • Two new direct to garment printers launched

    Two new direct to garment printers launched

    Ricoh continues to drive the opportunities and flexibility of its customers through the launch of two new Ricoh Ri 3000 and Ri 6000 direct to garment (DTG) printers. The highly productive Ricoh Ri 3000 and Ri 6000 systems enable print providers to...

  • The internet’s possible future

    The internet’s possible future

    The internet is a virtual place of promises and perils. It presents many promising opportunities for creativity, education, innovation, information, and knowledge. It simultaneously presents many perilous opportunities for abuse, crime,...

  • TopBetta launches affiliate programme with NetRefer

    TopBetta (Australia) has launched its affiliate programme with NetRefer to utilise NetRefer’s Unified Performance Marketing platform. TopBetta Holdings PTY Ltd at www.topbetta.com.au is a technology company licensed to conduct race wagering and...

  • Top astronomers meeting in Malta to discuss future radio telescopes

    Top astronomers meeting in Malta to discuss future radio telescopes

    Twenty of the world’s finest radio astronomers are meeting at the University of Malta in Valletta tomorrow to discuss how best to use the world’s current and future radio telescopes. The scientists will be spending a week in Malta to discuss and...

  • Nissan develops signal blocker to help decrease distraction while driving

    Nissan develops signal blocker to help decrease distraction while driving

    Car manufacturer Nissan has developed a compartment that blocks mobile phone signals. Nissan says the prototype Signal Shield, built into the arm rest of its Juke crossover vehicle, will eliminate distractions caused by incoming calls, messages...

  • Advanced computers may be able to delete your thoughts

    Advanced computers may be able to delete your thoughts

    Two biomedical ethicists are insisting on the formation of new human rights laws to make sure that the privacy of one's brain is protected, according to London's The Independent. Previously thought of as impossible, technological advancements are...

  • Google Earth releases update featuring Sir David Attenborough

    Google Earth releases update featuring Sir David Attenborough

    Google Earth has received an update "two years in the making" that includes new guided nature tours from Sir David Attenborough. The exploration app, which enables users to explore the planet thanks to satellite imagery captured by the technology...

  • Facebook wants you to snap and share more photos

    Facebook wants you to snap and share more photos

    Facebook is giving the camera a central place on its smartphone app for the first time, encouraging users to take more pictures and edit them with digital stickers that show the influence of camera-friendly rival Snapchat. With an update scheduled...

  • Facebook hosts Boost your Business event in Malta

    Facebook hosts Boost your Business event in Malta

    Over 250 small and medium enterprises gathered at the Valletta Waterfront, to attend the first Boost your Business (BYB) event organised by Facebook in Malta. Forming part of the Facebook European Roadshow 2017, BYB's objective is to inform small...

  • Information addiction by design

    Information addiction by design

    Information communication technologies and services are seemingly irresistible. They are seemingly so irresistible that many people are becoming increasingly addicted to them. These addictions are beginning to impact individuals and society in...

  • Safe surfing

    Safe surfing

    Go on the internet and you are at risk of viruses that delete your data, malware that steals money from your bank accounts, spyware that reads all the confidential stuff that you type, pop-ups, slow computers, SPAM, extortion, private pictures...

  • From science fiction to reality

    From science fiction to reality

    Microsoft Malta is supporting this year’s edition of the Malta Robotics Olympiad by bringing its famed developed augmented reality device HoloLens to Malta. Vangos Pterneas is a co-founder of Lightbuzz, a US company that specialises in the...

  • Watching from above

    Watching from above

    What are the more popular usages of satellite data imagery and how is this produced and consumed? The most common applications which the public is familiar with are weather forecasting, communications and mapping applications for viewing and...

  • What cloud computing can offer you

    What cloud computing can offer you

    If you’re running any sort of business that relies on data structures or web management, there’s no denying the asset that cloud computing can provide, says Jack Mizzi, chief marketing and business development officer at BMIT. Cloud computing...

  • Investing in the future

    Investing in the future

    Our support of the Malta Robotics Olympiad is further proof that we are investing in Malta’s future, GO Chief Commercial Officer Kurt Camilleri says. Mobile technology on its own has connected almost five billion people around the world.  The...

  • Major technology event this weekend

    Major technology event this weekend

    With the sixth edition of the Malta Robotics Olympiad just round the corner, National Education Officer James Catania tells Iggy Fenech all about producing Malta’s main technology event. The fact that Malta has no natural resources – bar the sun...

  • Facebook turns to AI to identify suicide risks

    Facebook turns to AI to identify suicide risks

    Facebook has started using a new artificial intelligence (AI) system to identify users showing warning signs of suicide. The AI has been trained to spot status updates and subsequent comments that could indicate someone was at risk. The algorithm...

  • Nokia goes back to the future with €49 phone

    Nokia goes back to the future with €49 phone

    Nokia's newly revitalised phone business has gone back to the future with a brightly coloured version of the classic 3310 talk and text phone, the world's most popular device in the year 2000. The new model has bigger screens and is priced at just...

  • Twitter to make it easier for users to mute offensive content

    Twitter to make it easier for users to mute offensive content

    Twitter is to add new safety features which it says will make it easier to mute offensive content and users on the social media site. The social network has announced users will now be able to mute directly from their home timeline and set a...

  • Helping publishers find malicious comments online

    Helping publishers find malicious comments online

    Alphabet Inc’s Google and subsidiary Jigsaw launched on Thursday a new technology to help news organisations and online platforms identify abusive comments on their websites. The technology, called Perspective, will review comments and score them...

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