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Humans are more connected to each other than ever, thanks to smartphones, the web and social media. At the same time, loneliness is a huge and growing social problem. More »

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You read the headline and then perhaps you read the byline. “How could this be?” you wondered. “How could Kristen, whose policy is to generally sportify everything, possibly reject the idea of a Honda E Type R?” Well, it’s true. This is a car I don’t want and nobody needs. More »

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I'm not too proud to admit I use WordPad regularly. I generally load it up at briefings where I don't have internet access and it's the quickest and easiest thing to take notes on. I'm too cheap to have Office 365 subscription on my own laptop, and often I'm using a review loaner, anyway. I'm willing to bet I'm not the only one who still rocks WordPad. If that's you, I have some news. It's testing ads on our sweet, plain boy. More »

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The world is in the midst of a global “superbug” crisis. Antibiotic resistance has been found in numerous common bacterial infections, including tuberculosis, gonorrhoea and salmonellosis, making them difficult – if not impossible – to treat. We’re on the cusp of a “post-antibiotic era”, where there are fewer treatment options for such antibiotic-resistant strains. Given estimates that antibiotic resistance will cause 10 million deaths a year by 2050, finding new methods for treating harmful...

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Oh yes. The proper way to do a good snowy doughnut is with a little three-wheeled Italian thing powered by a Triumph 675 Street Triple engine and a full boot of send it leaning on the throttle pedal. When you’ve got a zinger of a motor stuck on the back axle of what was originally a little trucklet built for European cities and speeds no higher than 30 km/h you really need to give it the welly and make that motor sing. More »

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Wednesday in San Francisco, California, GM’s Cruise autonomous car division unveiled the Origin self-driving mini bus. It has teased for weeks that this thing will be a move “beyond the car” and we’ve heard from sources within Cruise that there are plans to build between 50,000 and 100,000 units of this weird future shuttle. More »

Source Feed: Gizmodo Australia


Cruise Automation, the autonomous vehicle startup owned by a big bank and GM, along with help from Honda, seems to have a gift for hyperbole. In a tweet, the company suggested that they were aiming for their new autonomous shared ride van to have the same sort of impact as the “compass, train, car, light bulb, radio, internet, computer, and mobile phone,” which is, of course, eye-rollingly ridiculous. Still, the vehicle they unveiled yesterday, the Origin, is a significant step in the...

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At the arse-end of Samsung's Galaxy Note 10 launch last year, the company unveiled an ultra-light Windows 10 ARM-based laptop with nano SIM functionality. Just shy of six months later the Samsung Galaxy Book S will be unleashed into the wild. Here's how much it will set you back in Australia. More »

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For the past 6-ish months we have been anticipating Samsung's new ultra-light ARM-based laptop. Announced during last year's Note 10 launch, it promised portability, power and LTE functionality. It's finally gotten a release date in Australia and I was afforded the opportunity to give it a quick whirl ahead of it hitting the shelves. More »

Source Feed: Gizmodo Australia

In early 2018, Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman took a sweeping tour of the U.S. as part of a strategy to rebrand Saudi Arabia’s ruling monarchy as a modernising force and pull off his “Vision 2030” plan—hobnobbing with a list of corporate execs and politicians that reads like a who’s who list of the U.S. elite. The trip was so heavily promoted by the Saudis that 200,000 copies of a suspiciously pro-prince magazine hit U.S. newsstands. More »

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Remember Goodnight Mummy? If you saw the 2014 plastic-surgery terror trip from Veronika Franz and Severin Fiala, you’ve probably been haunted by it ever since. The Austrian writing-directing duo’s latest, The Lodge, is finally opening soon—and if this new trailer is any indication, many fresh nightmares will follow in its wake. More »

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Japanese tire giant Bridgestone is hoping to beat Michelin’s so-called Tweel to the airless tire market with a new model launching soon for semi trucks, according to a report from Automotive News. Bridgestone’s airless tires use a web of recycled thermoplastic instead of pneumatic pressure to keep a vehicle rolling. These new tires have been tested to hold upwards of 5000 pounds (2267kg) each, and provide a major benefit to truckers as they never lose pressure, and are completely puncture...

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While attending the World Economic Forum in Davos, a few thoughts tumbled across the barren dunes of the U.S. president’s skull space, out through his mouth hole and out onto Squawk Box today. He spoke with the program’s co-host Joe Kernen of tax cuts, the impeachment inquiry, the Fed’s balance sheet, relations with China (“President for life–not bad”). And then he turned to starry visions of wingless rocket ships gliding high, like way up high, in the sky. More »

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She’s voiced Wonder Woman and Batgirl, and appeared in Sin City, Daredevil, Luke Cage, Iron Fist and The Defenders. And yet, despite that incredible comic book resumé, Rosario Dawson has never lead her own comic book project. Until now. More »

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