If you're crap at drawing, artificial intelligence (AI) technology may be able to turn you into Artgem… one day. For now, it can convert your crude cat doodles into amusing monstrosities. Try it out for yourself.
It's time to replace your computer. Maybe it was purchased when John Howard was prime minister, or you ruined it was a spilled drink, or maybe you just have some money to burn and you'd like to blow it on Intel's new Kaby Lake microarchitecture. Whatever the reason, you're ready to upgrade your computer, and you're going to be left with a big choice. Do you spend the extra cash for the categorically faster i7 processor, or do you pinch a few pennies and go with the i5?
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Over the last few days the tech community has been busy unpacking a new version of Windows, dubbed "Windows Cloud". Microsoft hasn't officially confirmed its existence, but the horse has well and truly bolted after a build of the OS appeared on Twitter.
Shortly after that, people began dissecting the nature of Windows Cloud. And the first thing that popped up was a disturbing message telling users that "the app you're trying to run isn't designed for this version of Windows". So, naturally, people got annoyed. Enter stage right, Tim Sweeney.