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09/21/2017
What does Google want with HTC's smartphone business? - The Guardian


The Guardian

What does Google want with HTC's smartphone business?
The Guardian
While Google is the creator of the Android operating system, it has only dabbled with making its own smartphones and tablets. Photograph: Dado Ruvic/Reuters. Google. What does Google want with HTC's smartphone business? Google is acquiring a $1bn ...
Google Pixel 2: Everything You Need To KnowLifehacker Australia
Google Just Made a Big Move in Its War Against the iPhoneTIME
Google's HTC move borrows from Apple's playbookComputerworld Australia
The Verge -The Australian -PC Authority -Business Insider
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09/21/2017
2018 Kia Stinger Review - Practical Motoring

Practical Motoring

2018 Kia Stinger Review
Practical Motoring
Toby Hagon's first drive 2018 Kia Stinger Review with pricing, specs, performance, ride and handling, safety, verdict and score. In a nutshell: Kia's Stinger is a performance car for enthusiasts who don't want to buy a luxury performance car. 2018 Kia ...
2018 Kia Stinger GT reviewMotor Magazine
Tested: the Korean car that wants to take on the Holden Commodore V8, the new Kia StingerNEWS.com.au
Object of desire: 2018 Kia Stinger launchedThe Sunshine Coast Daily
Motoring -The Motor Report -Wheels Magazine -Drive
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09/21/2017
Cosmic rays 'have intergalactic origin' - The Australian

The Australian

Cosmic rays 'have intergalactic origin'
The Australian
Scientists have assembled the first definitive evidence that the Earth is bombarded by matter beyond our galaxy, after confirming that cosmic rays — subatomic particles travelling at almost the speed of light — come from outside the Milky Way. An ...
High-energy cosmic rays are extragalactic visitors from beyond our Milky WayABC Online
Far-off galaxies are firing rare high-energy cosmic rays at usNew Scientist
The origin of extreme cosmic ray particles revealed: they come from distant galaxiesThe Conversation AU
NBCNews.com -Space.com -The Verge -Cosmos
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09/21/2017
Holden's ZB Commodore Supercar prototype rolled out for the first time - Daily Telegraph

Daily Telegraph

Holden's ZB Commodore Supercar prototype rolled out for the first time
Daily Telegraph
THESE are the first pictures of the new Commodore that will take the Supercars fight to Ford. The ZB Commodore Supercar prototype — built in secrecy at Triple Eight Race Engineering headquarters in Brisbane — was rolled out for its very first laps on ...
Holden Commodore Supercar breaks coverDrive
2018 Holden ZB Commodore Supercar breaks coverWheels Magazine
Next-Gen Commodore Supercar breaks coverSupercars.com
Triple M -Speedcafe
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09/21/2017
What to expect from the 'younger, peppier' Siri in new Apple iPhone iOS 11 - Yahoo7 News

Yahoo7 News

What to expect from the 'younger, peppier' Siri in new Apple iPhone iOS 11
Yahoo7 News
VIDEO Sounding more relaxed and conversational, the new Siri voice is comparatively less robotic than the voice of Siri in the iOS7. CLOSE. Siri's new voice for the new iOS8 revealed. VIDEO Sounding more relaxed and conversational, the new Siri voice ...
Uber Is Getting A New Privacy PolicyGizmodo Australia
Before You Install iOS 11, Make Sure All Your Apps Will WorkLifehacker Australia
Here Are The iPad Apps That Show Off iOS 11's New Drag-And-Drop FeatureFast Company
Polygon -Business Insider -Mac Rumors -The Verge
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09/21/2017
ASIC, MailChimp, Xero, MYOB and Sage impersonated in Aussie email scams - ARNnet

ARNnet

ASIC, MailChimp, Xero, MYOB and Sage impersonated in Aussie email scams
ARNnet
Scammers have hidden behind the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC), MailChimp, Xero, MYOB and Sage following a week of heightened email activity across Australia. On Monday, ASIC warned Registry customers, once again, that ...
Scammers are sending out fake invoices that look exactly like they're from Xero, MYOB, and SageBusiness Insider Australia

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09/21/2017
Samsung Q9 QLED TV: The Gizmodo Review - Gizmodo Australia

Gizmodo Australia

Samsung Q9 QLED TV: The Gizmodo Review
Gizmodo Australia
Huge, detailed, brightly coloured images flickered across the screen, illuminating the whole room like the lights off one of those laser light disco balls at the skating rink. My brother's eyes bulged. "It's too much," he gasped as I scrambled for the ...
Samsung Q9F series (QN65Q9F) reviewDigital Trends
Samsung Electronics to Release 'Q6' to Compete against 55-Inch OLED TVEtnews

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09/21/2017
MIT Professor Predicts Earth's Next Mass Extinction To Begin By 2100 - Forbes

Forbes

MIT Professor Predicts Earth's Next Mass Extinction To Begin By 2100
Forbes
Geologists have long been fascinated with past extinction events and now it appears we're may be headed for another one by the end of the century. This finding is based on a mathematical analysis of the five mass extinction events occurring within the ...
A sixth mass extinction event could reach the tipping point by 2100New Atlas
Mathematical theory predicts the end of the worldToowoomba Chronicle
Mathematics, Mass Extinction, Climate Change, & The Threshold Of CatastropheCleanTechnica
ScienceAlert -Daily Mail -Mirror.co.uk -Livemint
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09/21/2017
Alfa Romeo Stelvio arriving here in 2018 - Practical Motoring

Practical Motoring

Alfa Romeo Stelvio arriving here in 2018
Practical Motoring
Alfa Romeo has confirmed its first-ever SUV, the Alfa Romeo Stelvio will go on-sale in Australia in early 2018, no pricing has been announced. THE ALFA ROMEO HAS BEEN confirmed for a Q1 2018 launch in Australia, while no pricing has been announced, ...
Alfa Romeo Stelvio 2018 reviewCarsGuide
2018 Alfa Romeo Stelvio reviewCarAdvice
Alfa Romeo Stelvio mixes sports car with SUVNEWS.com.au
PerformanceDrive -Bloomberg -Behind the Wheel -Autocar
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09/21/2017
The CCleaner Attack Was Worse Than We Knew - Gizmodo Australia

Gizmodo Australia

The CCleaner Attack Was Worse Than We Knew
Gizmodo Australia
When Avast announced that 2.27 million people had downloaded a malware-riddled copy of its performance optimisation software CCleaner, it was initially believed that a second payload — that can control a system — was never delivered to victims. It's ...
CCleaner supply chain malware targeted tech giantsTechCrunch
CCleaner malware outbreak is much worse than it first appearedArs Technica
Researchers: CCleaner attack aimed at major tech companiesCNET
The Verge -The Mercury News -Forbes -Lifehacker Australia
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