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16 min ago | ZDNet
IBM's Watson will use data from social media feeds, advice from friends, moods, and previous outfit decisions to help people choose what clothes to wear, according to IBM's global retail transformation leader for Watson, Keith Mercier.
3 hrs ago | Border Mail
Some people adopt the opposite stance and feign ignorance, or hope it will all go away, or get someone to generate some positive spin on it, perhaps refuse to answer any questions on the matter or utter the famous, and oft-quoted line, "I don't remember".
7 hrs ago | ABC News
MARK COLVIN: Some may fear that sending more arms to Iraq is like throwing good money after bad.
11 hrs ago | Redlands Daily Facts
Stewart Undem of Redlands, professor of low brass at Cal State San Bernardino and California Baptist University in Riverside, recently returned from a two-and-a-half-month tour of Australia as lead trombonist in the Glenn Miller Orchestra.
14 hrs ago | BreakingNews.ie
A musician who died along with his partner as he tried to save him from drowning has been remembered as a talented and treasured colleague.
18 hrs ago | Mashable
The Australia Prime Minister has ordered a fleet of bombproof BMWs to protect leaders during the G20 summit this year.
18 hrs ago | NEWS.com.au
JAMIE Oliver fans are set to converge on his new restaurant at 2 King William St tomorrow morning, when the site is rumoured to open.
18 hrs ago | Cellular News
Australia's Telstra says that it has secured early access to the 700 MHz spectrum for commercial trials starting in mid September.
22 hrs ago | Sydney Morning Herald
Prime Minister Tony Abbott told parliament on Monday that Russia was "deliberately and openly" violating Ukrainian sovereignty by moving at least 1000 troops and military vehicles into the country.
THE property market didn't cool down during winter with new figures revealing Adelaide recorded the strongest growth in home values in the nation last month.
FOR most of the last 40 years, Sean Dorney has been the voice of Australia on radio and television.
Oxford Street has taken a lot of hits over the years but a small group of gay retailers continue to wave the rainbow flag each day.
Welfare recipients are spending money quarantined for essentials on banned items and bartering groceries for cash and alcohol, an ABC investigation has found.
Environmentalists fear a proposed tourism development in the Sunshine Coast hinterland will damage one of the region's last rainforest habitats.
People like the children of the slums of Cape Town smiling and singing that they were loved when they had nothing.
Auckland Mayor Len Brown has set himself a globe-trotting agenda for the coming year with planned visits to Taiwan, Japan, China, the United States and Australia.
The leaders came across true to form. David Cunliffe, left, swotted up and John Key, right, winged it.
Updated: Mon Sep 01, 2014 11:01 pm
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