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When an outbreak occurs, in order to effectively figure out how to stop it, researchers typically try to figure out how it started. The answer to that question, though, can be elusive. And as so-called superbug infections have spread across the country's hospitals, scientists and public health officials have subsequently struggled to understand how these pathogens spread. More »

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Photo. Getty This week, the US FCC finally unveiled its plans to kill net neutrality, and on the same day, New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman publicly excoriated the agency for refusing to cooperate with his office's investigation into the hundreds of thousands of likely fake comments that were filed in support of ending the open web. More »

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Sir Robert Menzies was Australia's longest serving Prime Minister, first holding office at the beginning of World War II from 1939 until 1941, and then again from 1949 until 1966. And thanks to a recent Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request, we now know a bit about how the CIA viewed this legend of Australian politics. More »

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Over the last few months, the ACCC has been telling RSPs to ensure that their ads accurately represent what sorts of speeds customers can realistically expect from their NBN connection. But this isn't a new problem - anyone with an ADSL connection knows it's a game of roulette guessing what sorts of networks speeds to you'll get depending on proximity to an exchange, the quality of the copper and time of day. However, the ACCC has put RSPs on notice, telling them that misleading ads will see...

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It's not just the state of Hawaii that are investigating loot boxes. In email correspondence with a local university student, the Victorian Commission for Gambling and Liquor Regulation (VCGLR) has revealed that, yes, loot boxes constitute a form of gambling - at least in Victoria. More »

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Time Magazine recently released its list of top ten gadgets of the year, and it's a little er - controversial? Here at Gizmodo Australia we are compiling our votes for the best of the year that was (it's not over yet, after all!) - but in the meantime, we want to hear from you. What makes your top ten? More »

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Star Wars. The Last Jedi may or may not answer the question of where Supreme Leader Snoke comes from, but it's likely to explain what makes him tick and why he's so incredibly pissed off. Andy Serkis, who does the motion-capture performance behind Snoke, is already giving a few hints. More »

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Today the FCC released a draft order that would effectively repeal landmark Obama-era regulations that ensure internet service providers offer consumers equal access to online content and services. More »

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Facebook is creating a tool that will allow users to check whether or not they followed Russian propaganda accounts on Facebook or Instagram during the 2016 US election cycle, the company announced today. The tool, which is expected to launch by the end of this year, is a response to continued pressure from lawmakers who have demanded that Facebook be more transparent about election meddling on its platform. More »

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We have even more confirmation that an actor from the original Star Wars trilogy will not be in The Last Jedi. Arrow has an unlikely guest star this week. There's forking good news for The Good Place. Plus, new footage from the big CW/DC crossover, and Terry Gilliam talks The Man Who Killed Don Quixote. To me, my spoilers! More »

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The ominous cloud of doom surrounding the ongoing US investigations into alleged Russian interference in the 2016 US federal elections got a little darker on Wednesday, with Russian state communications agency Roskomnadzor allegedly threatening retaliation against Google for suggesting it could lower government-funded outlets RT and Sputnik in search rankings. More »

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There's only one scene in Justice League that really gives us a taste of what to expect when Arthur Curry gets his own standalone movie next year. But even then, it turns out that at least one thing we saw won't carry over to Aquaman. Specifically, the way these characters talk to each other. More »

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Video. Some of humanity's greatest inventions were created by accident. Corn flakes were originally meant to be a dough made from boiled wheat, Silly Putty was supposed to be an artificial rubber, and Silly String was designed by a chemist to be an instant spray-on cast, but went on to become a fun way to ambush party goers and newlyweds. More »

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Video. The mystery at the heart of Netflix's Stranger Things has only affected the small town of Hawkins, Indiana... as far as we know. But what if the Upside Down isn't just a local problem? What if the vines, tunnels and monsters were more widespread - perhaps even worldwide? An impressive fan film brings the strangeness of Stranger Things to the Roswell of Great Britain. More »

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Before Thor. Ragnarok was a massive hit and made director Taika Waititi a household name for geeks, he made one of the funniest vampire movies ever. What We Do in the Shadows. The movie has a huge cult following, but besides owning the DVD and quoting it ad nauseam, there aren't a lot of ways to show your love for the film. More »

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We're heading into the 25th anniversary of Magic. The Gathering, and Wizards of the Coast are kicking off the celebrations in style with Unstable, one of the strangest expansions Magic has seen in years. We have an exclusive look at some of the craziness within. More »

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