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After four decades of being on the market Holden has announced the end of the Holden Commodore. More »

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2019 has been an exciting year for smartphones. We've seen new manufacturers enter the Australian market, Telstra and Optus launch 5G networks, the first foldables, and more. Of course, some phones are better than others, so here's a look at our favourite smartphones of 2019. More »

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We’re less than two weeks until The Witcher is finally released and fans can binge the highly-anticipated fantasy show just a fast as humanly possible. When that happens, they’ll become instantly familiar with the show’s version of franchise favourites like Yennefer of Vengerberg, Princess Cirilla, and, of course, Geralt of Rivia. More »

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Billionaire tech icon Elon Musk turned a lot of heads in Malibu, California on Saturday night when he showed up to a swanky restaurant in his new Tesla Cybertruck. But Musk’s night on the town included at least one embarrassing hiccup. The founder of Tesla and SpaceX hit a traffic pylon with his shiny new vehicle that some Twitter users joked was roughly the height of a small child. More »

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This weekend, Warner Bros. took to CCXP in São Paulo to give us our first proper glimpse at the highly anticipated sequel to Wonder Woman. Trading in its predecessor’s bleak battlefield for the glamour and neon-tinged malls of the ‘80s, Wonder Woman 1984 has more than a few intriguing surprises in store for Diana—here’s a few we could find in the new footage. More »

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A few weeks ago, while driving to pick up a battery for my recently-drowned 1948 Jeep, I noticed a black second-generation Ford Escape curiously sitting in the road, straddling two lanes. One of the wheels was cocked hard to the right with lots of camber, and it didn’t take me long to realise what had likely happened: ball joint failure. This kind of scene has become all too common where I live, which is why I’m here to tell you that ignoring that little “shimmy” in your car’s steering is just...

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As over 80 fires continue to blaze across the state, perhaps the worst blanket of smoke in the past few weeks has descended upon Sydney. The haze is even drifting indoors (as we can attest in our office alone) and has gotten so bad that indoor smoke alarms are being triggered. More »

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The 2010s were filled with blockbusters, from the boom of the Avengers franchise to the new era of Star Wars. There were movies that frighted and delighted. Movies that moved us and films that fulfilled us. And then, there were these films. The ones that we had high hopes for, and the ones that broke our hearts. These are the most disappointing films of the decade, and why we wish they'd never been made. More »

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Hardly a week goes by without a report announcing the end of work as we know it. In 2013, Oxford University academics Carl Frey and Michael Osborne were the first to capture this anxiety in a paper titled: “The Future of Employment: How susceptible are jobs to computerisation?”. More »

Source Feed: Gizmodo Australia

Let me start by saying this: If I could physically say “What the fuck,” I would physically say “What the fuck.” Instead, Ford only gave me the ability to honk, despite my exorbitant base price of around $US500,000 ($731,914). A car should be able to do much more than honk for that amount of money, but alas, I could only honk in protest of that notion. The engineers thought something was wrong with me. More »

Source Feed: Gizmodo Australia

CEO Steph Korey of luggage startup Away is stepping down following an investigation by the Verge into her role in the company’s deeply malicious work culture. But the company insisted that they had been planning on replacing her since this spring, while Korey will remain a high-placed executive at the company instead of heading to that big Galt’s Gulch in the sky. More »

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The NSW Department of Planning, Industry and Environment recently told Gizmodo that the poor air quality being experienced across the state is the longest and most widespread in history. As fires continues to rage and the thick blanket of smoke remains, experts have predicted that this could last throughout the summer. It can't be ignored, so we have pulled together some of the best apps so you can keep a digital eye on the fires, smoke and the air quality near you. More »

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It’s hard to imagine a holiday table without bread, meat, vegetables, wine, beer or a board of French cheeses for those with more adventurous palates. Savouring these delicacies with family and friends is part of what makes the holidays so much fun. More »

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Five people have been confirmed dead, 31 remain in hospital with injuries and eight are still missing after sudden volcanic eruptions on Whakaari/White Island off the east coast of New Zealand. More »

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The first season of CW’s Charmed reboot wasn’t very good, but that didn’t matter. It was silly and fun, with an emphasis on sisterhood and challenging the status quo of its namesake. Season two brought in new showrunners with a new vision—one that rejects or mocks everything that made it stand out in the first place. I’ve never seen a show despise itself as much as Charmed seems to. More »

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In a new study this week, researchers in Japan have found a link between lifetime drinking to an increased risk of cancer—only the latest bit of research to suggest that even light drinking over a lifetime can be bad for us. More »

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