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With an election due in May, clock is ticking
The Australian government has rushed forward its anti-encryption legislation, a mere week after submissions to a parliamentary consultation closed.…
Commentary: Are they or aren't they? Sesame Street Muppets could be a loving couple or just dedicated roomies, depending who you are.
Women in three US states were allegedly not shown job ads for certain "male-dominated professions".
Yet it seems Tim Cook's kit is the Apple of the president's eye
US President Donald Trump has slapped 10 per cent import tariffs on US$200bn of gear arriving in America from China.…
Modern driver-assistance systems are becoming increasingly common, and they are forcing crash repair prices upward to new heights.
US court says no time to get paper ballots in place for November – eek!
A US judge has OK'd the use of paperless electronic voting machines in Georgia – despite being "gravely concerned" about the state's ability to defend them from hackers.…
Representatives worry the company's data collection practices may violate children's online privacy laws.
Meanwhile global key rollover is confirmed for October 11
Cloudflare is offering DNSSEC in a single click.…
The DB4 GT Zagato Continuation and DBS GT Zagato will be sold in pairs for $7.9 million.
Commentary: A report says Amazon will announce an amp, a receiver and a sub with Alexa on board. Can the retail giant truly appeal to the audiophile?
And an old lady gets punched (but I'm sure there's a reasonable explanation for that one).