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Aside from the new dark mode UI in Mojave, one of the most useful additions to the next version of macOS is Stacks, a feature that automatically sorts and arranges all the files on your desktop into tidy little groups. More »

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There's a bewildering variety of methods and systems and traditions when it comes to how carmakers name their cars. Luckily, I took some expired medication that lets me know which ways are the best. Even more lucky is that I'm now going to share this wisdom with you, because you know I love you best. Here we go. More »

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Following employee protests at Google and Microsoft over government contracts, workers at Amazon are circulating an internal letter to CEO Jeff Bezos, asking him to stop selling the company's Rekognition facial recognition software to law enforcement and to boot the data-mining firm Palantir from its cloud services. More »

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Earlier this year, Snapchat owner Snap Inc. saw its stock plummet after a brutal first-quarter report that saw it come in over $US13 million ($18 million) short of $US244 million ($330 million) earnings expectations. Spoiler alert. The pain is not stopping. More »

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A fringe theory about the origins of Alzheimer's disease - that latent viral infections can sometimes trigger its emergence - has gotten perhaps its most significant bit of support yet. A complex new study published this week in Neuron has found evidence that certain viruses are not only more common in the brains of people with Alzheimer's, but that they play a direct role in the chain of events responsible for the fatal neurodegenerative disorder. More »

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Budget smartphone manufacturer Alcatel has just announced four new devices for the Australian market, and they're all under $200. Alcatel purposely doesn't play in the expensive smartphone space, leaving that market for the likes of Apple and Samsung. But the company is pushing to deliver premium functionality and inclusions in phones on the other end of the spectrum. Here's what they look like. More »

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When Apple debuted the iPhone X last spring, the company also announced AirPower, a wireless charging pad with special Apple magic that would let you charge three devices at once faster than traditional Qi wireless chargers. But now, nine months later, AirPower still isn't here and it's not clear when it will actually be available. More »

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Fake news. Foreign election interference. Dark money propaganda. This and more served as a catalyst for Facebook's push for more transparency around political advertising on its platform. But its efforts to be more open are flawed, and the consequences are already becoming apparent. More »

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Photo. Patrick Lucas Austin (Gizmodo) Bose's newest gadget for you ear is designed to help you do one thing. sleep. And after trying Bose's "sleepbuds," available today for $US250, I think the noise-masking earbuds might make restless nights a more seldom occasion. Also, it means you can stop sleeping with uncomfortable earbuds jammed into your skull. More »

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As Tesla's have become increasingly popular in Australia over the last few years, the need for more chargers and superchargers around the country has increased. But you may not know they're there unless you know where to look. We can help with that. Here is every Tesla charger currently up and running in Australia, broken down by state. More »

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USB Type-C, or simply USB-C, sounds fine in theory -- a single port to handle charging, data transfer, video output, and more, and one that's reversible too. Three years down the line from its introduction, you'll find it on most smartphones and many laptops, but its apparent simplicity isn't the whole story. Here's what you need to know about USB-C in 2018. More »

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Plenty of leaks and rumours have been flying around about the Samsung Galaxy Note 9, so I guess it's time for something a bit different. An interesting image recently hit the internet, and people are thinking that it may just be the Samsung Galaxy S10. More »

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Historically, Twitter has done a poor job of protecting its users from incessant abuse and threats. In a bid to curb the rampant harassment on its service, however, Twitter announced late last night that it's buying Smyte, a San Francisco-based startup that aimed to help companies curb spam, fraud and abuse online. More »

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New set pictures from the next Terminator give us our first look at Linda Hamilton back in action. Zachary Quinto offers a brief hint on the next Star Trek film. George Clooney could direct a new sci-fi movie. Plus, Swamp Thing casting rumours, and Cheo Hodari Coker on the villains of Luke Cage season two. Spoilers, assemble! More »

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Nazrin Hassan, the CEO of a Malaysian venture capital fund, died after one of his mobile phones reportedly caught fire while it was charging in his bedroom. Conflicting reports have attributed his cause of death to blunt force trauma and smoke inhalation, but authorities say that they need more time to investigate exactly what happened. More »

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Intel's CEO of five years, Brian Krzanich, has stepped down according to the company's own press release. Surprisingly, this has nothing to do with Intel's security woes or Krzanich's selling of stock just before the news of those security woes broke. More »

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