Machine vision checks tigers’ health at Adelaide Zoo – Projects – Software- Tempemail

A study at Adelaide Zoo has found a novel way to combine machine vision algorithms with cheap digital cameras to passively check on the health of animals to minimise stress and disruption. The research from the University of South Australia found that the heart rate and breathing rate of lions, Continue Reading

Alibaba posts strong revenue growth but coronavirus impact looms

Bottom line: One of China’s most prominent companies is doing well financially, but its short term prospects have worsened due to the coronavirus outbreak. Investors seem to think the company will weather the storm just fine, but its CEO is worried about the recent plunge in sales. Alibaba’s latest quarterly Continue Reading

Judge grants Amazon bid to pause Pentagon’s JEDI cloud contract – Cloud- Tempemail

A US judge on Thursday granted Amazon’s request to temporarily halt the US Department of Defense and Microsoft from moving forward on an up-to-$10 billion (A$14.88 billion) cloud computing deal that Amazon claims reflected undue influence by President Donald Trump. Amazon, which had been seen as a front-runner to win Continue Reading

You can now bid on the ultra rare Nintendo PlayStation prototype

Why it matters: The fabled Nintendo PlayStation is arguably one of the most significant artifacts in video game history and soon, it’ll come under new ownership. And to think, it had been sitting in an attic for years before being “discovered.” The owner of the ultra rare Nintendo PlayStation prototype Continue Reading

My Health Record de-identified data sharing plans pushed back – Strategy- Tempemail

Controversial plans to share de-identified My Health Record data by default for research and public health purposes have been quietly pushed back, with basic arrangements necessary for the release of data not yet in place. iTnews can reveal the Department of Health has delayed the release of the first de-identified Continue Reading

#AndroidHackingMonth: Introduction to Android Hacking by @0xteknogeek- Tempemail

    When I first started mobile hacking, it felt a lot like the wild west. There were very few public resources, blog posts, tools, or communities, and everything was extremely hush-hush. Five years later, things have finally started to change….a little. However, I would still say that there is Continue Reading

US Department of Justice charges Huawei with conspiracy to steal trade secrets

In a nutshell: The US government is notoriously mistrustful of Chinese corporations, particularly those involved in the telecommunications industry, like Huawei or ZTE. We’re seeing further evidence of that today: the US Justice Department has charged Huawei and two of its US-based subsidiaries with multiple counts of conspiracy to commit Continue Reading