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    Who is Dean Boxall, the coach of Ariarne Titmus who gyrated to fame at the Tokyo Olympics?
     27 July 2021
    Ariarne Titmus's coach Dean Boxall has risen to internet stardom after his wild celebration went viral on Monday. A peak into his backstory reveals his spirited antics aren't at all out of character.
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    China and the US are vying for more control over computer chips. But South Korea isn't giving up without a fight
    25 Jul: Computer chips are needed to power everything from phones to cars to fridges and keep economies rolling. But a global shortage is sparking a battle between China and the US to make more of them and South Korea has been caught in the middle.... more
    Chinese internet giant introduces facial recognition technology in a bid to control underage gaming
    22 Jul: Every midnight, millions of younger Chinese gamers now face another foe — a digital 'patrol' using facial recognition technology that could boot them out of their virtual worlds.... more
    Amid China's rising influence, Telstra looks to buy the largest telecommunications company in the Pacific with government help
    21 Jul: Telstra is in discussions to buy the Pacific arm of mobile service provider Digicel in partnership with the Australian government, in a move widely seen as an attempt to counter China's influence in the region.... more
    We asked a new kind of AI art tool to make 'paintings' of Australia
    15 Jul: Images like this are so crafted and "painterly" that you may not realise at first they have been dreamed up by a machine in just a few minutes.... more
    'Flemish Scrollers' bot detects and shames MPs glued to phones. Could it work in Australia?
    9 Jul: A Belgian digital artist has invented a bot to automatically detect MPs who are on their phones during parliament.... more
    States have legalised voluntary assisted dying, but doctors could be prosecuted for talking about it on the phone
    1 Jul: Even in some states where voluntary assisted dying has been legalised, doctors are worried a federal law that prohibits the discussion of suicide in any communications over the phone or internet could lead to prosecution.... more
    Tens of thousands of Victorian residents remain without power or telecommunications as heavy rainfall and flooding continue to impact large parts of their state
    12 Jun: Tens of thousands of Victorian residents remain without power or telecommunications as heavy rainfall and flooding continue to impact large parts of their state... more
    It was once the world's most popular web browser -- but time's almost up for Internet Explorer
    20 May: It was once the world's most popular web browser -- but time's almost up for Internet Explorer... more
    Courier company Aramex is asking Northlanders to ignore an email scam sent out today
    19 May: Courier company Aramex is asking Northlanders to ignore an email scam sent out today... more

     Most Popular Recent Technology News
     01 Jul: States have legalised voluntary assisted dying, but doctors could be prosecuted for talking about it on the phone +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
     09 Jul: 'Flemish Scrollers' bot detects and shames MPs glued to phones. Could it work in Australia? +++++++++++++++++++++
     15 Jul: We asked a new kind of AI art tool to make 'paintings' of Australia +++++++++++++
     21 Jul: Amid China's rising influence, Telstra looks to buy the largest telecommunications company in the Pacific with government help +++++++++
     22 Jul: Chinese internet giant introduces facial recognition technology in a bid to control underage gaming +++++++
     25 Jul: China and the US are vying for more control over computer chips. But South Korea isn't giving up without a fight ++++
     27 Jul: Who is Dean Boxall, the coach of Ariarne Titmus who gyrated to fame at the Tokyo Olympics? +++

     Technology NewsLinks
      30 Jul: Untethered bi-pedal robot runs 5km and other tech news (BBCWorld)
      30 Jul: Ingram micro showcase is back for 2021 (GeekZone)
      29 Jul: Facebook warns growth set to slow 'significantly' (BBCWorld)
      29 Jul: The ultimate war strategy (Aardvark)
      29 Jul: Ofcom appoints online safety head to take on big tech (BBCWorld)
      28 Jul: Pdl wiser launches in new zealand (GeekZone)
      28 Jul: Smart eye deputy ceo talks automotive ai (Stuff.co.nz)
      27 Jul: Can better tech make video meetings less excruciating? (BBCWorld)
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