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There were only 37 Porsche 917s ever built, with the car reaching new heights for Porsche by winning Le Mans in 1970 and 1971, doing exactly what it was designed to do. Something it wasn't designed to do? Hit the streets. But that didn't stop Claudio Roddaro from making his 917 street legal in 2016. More »

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Rocky worlds larger than Earth are commonplace in the galaxy, and a few of them may even be habitable. Which poses an interesting question. How difficult would it be for aliens living on these super-Earths to launch rockets into space, given the tremendous gravity? According to new research, it would be difficult to the point of impossibility - meaning that some aliens may be perpetually trapped on their home worlds. More »

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Late last year Australian sex toy maker Geeky Sex Toys gave us serious pause. At the time it was producing sex toys based off Star Wars, including a seriously optimistic rendition of Yoda's verdant dong, and there was no clear reason why the company wasn't saddled with so many cease and desists from Disney as to leave a dildo-shaped crater in the Australian landscape. Now it's getting naughty with Disney's stable of Marvel superheroes, too. More »

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Thomas Jefferson once said, "The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants." If you want to plant a sapling of liberty, I suppose the best thing to water it with is with blood, too. It's a good thing Westworld is currently soaked in it. More »

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Captain Marvel won't just finally give us the Carol Danvers movie we've been waiting on for four years (and counting), it will also be using its '90s setting to bring back a few friends and foes from Marvel movies past. According to studio head Kevin Feige, part of the reason why old faces are cropping up is to explore some important comics mythology. More »

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It's no secret that being a woman in tech comes with its discriminatory disadvantages, but a new report from the Human Rights Watch reveals that in China, recruiting tactics are troublingly sexist. According to the 99-page report published on Monday, Chinese tech companies including Alibaba, Tencent and Baidu openly discriminate in job ads, noting that they prefer male candidates while objectifying female employees as a way to lure men to the company. More »

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Cutting-edge physics has driven military innovation for over a century, from Marie Curie's X-ray machines of World War I to the quest for the atomic bomb during World War II. But these days, government defence departments are funding even more esoteric pursuits. We learned recently that the US Department of Defence is funding time crystals, and now Canada is funding a quantum radar system. More »

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In case you thought the Echo in your living room laughing maniacally out of nowhere wasn't creepy enough, just imagine what it would be like if it followed you around. A Bloomberg report suggests that Amazon is working on an actual home robot that will wander around your abode, navigating obstacles and ostensibly following your orders. Please remain calm, however, as it will probably be terrible, as home robots usually are. More »

Source Feed: Gizmodo Australia

Next month, the Marvel Cinematic Universe celebrates a grand achievement - just a week after the release of Avengers. Infinity War, it will have been 10 years since Iron Man hit theatres on 2 May 2008. Five years after Marvel effectively created its Cinematic Universe, the company's TV division launched an equally bold venture. A plan to bring the movie's universe to the small screen. More »

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The world's largest consumer drone maker is pushing back amid swelling concerns that its applications may be insecure, as well as rumours that it may be transmitting sensitive user data to China, where the company was founded more than a decade ago. More »

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I'm sick and tired of Uranus jokes. It's time to get serious about Uranus, because there is some really serious science surrounding Uranus's mysteries. And wow, is Uranus mysterious. More »

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People love Google. It's so useful! You can just type a few words into the search engine and then find a load of relevant websites - all for free. It isn't exactly free, of course. Google, like Facebook, offers free online services in exchange for the privilege to serve its users targeted ads. So, unless you're using some anonymity tool or tweaking your settings, Google logs the data from every search you make and links it to you. The company is perhaps a few keystrokes away from a privacy...

Source Feed: Gizmodo Australia

Are you looking for some privacy when it comes to emails? Perhaps you want a little more security and anonymity than the likes of Gmail, Outlook and AOL offer. If secure servers and end-to-end encryption are on your email wish list, we have you covered. There are a bunch of alternative email clients out there that offer far more features and privacy. Here are four of them More »

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Video. People filming their auto exploits in Australia will never not be entertaining. Dash Cam Owners Australia has released their latest monthly compilation of Australians being idiots on our roads. This month - disrespecting cyclists, tool spillage and... cows!? More »

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INFINITI Motor Company has just announced that it's going to have a crack at the electric car market. And why not? Who doesn't love a bit of style with their sustainability? More »

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D-Link have just released their new AC2600 Wi-Fi Range Extender. With four external antennas and high-powered amplifiers, it's designed to eliminate those annoying dead zones in the home, which are the worst. Here are all the details and how much it will cost you. More »

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