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Tech companies aim for easy access over brawny security at offices

Silicon Valley may tighten security after a shooting at the YouTube headquarters stunned the San Francisco Bay Area this week, but do not expect armed guards to take up protective posts around tech companies' campuses.


Google has a diversity problem and a lawsuit problem (opinion)

On the face of it, the idea that Google is discriminating against white men is laugh-out-loud funny.


Shark-spotting drones on patrol at Australian beaches

High-tech shark-spotting drones are patrolling dozens of Australian beaches this summer to quickly identify underwater predators and deliver safety devices to swimmers and surfers faster than traditional lifesavers.


Honda to roll out robots at CES

Rather than bring an autonomous car, Honda will be using its stand at the 2018 CES in January to unveil a new AI-powered fleet of robots that are pre-programmed to empower.


Microsoft plans multibillion-dollar campus overhaul in Redmond

While one giant Seattle-area company looks for a second headquarters, another is doubling down on its current location.


Video game releases for Oct 17: Gran Turismo Sport, WWE 2K18, South Park, Elex

PlayStation 4 racing game Gran Turismo Sport and the PS4, Xbox One and PC releases in sports wrestling sim WWE 2K18, sharply satirical South Park: The Fractured But Whole, and atypical open world adventure Elex all arrive on Oct 17, with a 20th Anniversary edition of Age Of Empires on PC dropping later the same week.


Crime thriller LA Noire coming to PS4, XBO, Switch and VR

Six and a half years after its debut, high-profile detective game LA. Noire is being given a re-release on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and as a seven-mission compilation rebuilt specifically for virtual reality.


Can Google, planning big San Jose campus, prevent traffic, housing woes?

The potential downsides to Google's planned campus in the heart of downtown check all the boxes on the list of Bay Area horrors: escalating traffic, overburdened transit systems, skyrocketing housing costs, displacement of lower-income people.


Dutch project tests floating cities to seek more space

Dutch researchers unveiled a model of what could become within two decades a floating mega-island to be used as a creative solution for accommodating housing, ports, farms or parks.


Bansen Labs adapter allows gamers with disabilities to connect with technology

Video games are a great leveller. After all, you don't have to be a professional driver to play Mario Kart.