Apple’s plan to change how we watch TV
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Apple’s plan to change how we watch TV

Video Image Rod Chester attends the Apple MacBook Pro launch event to see what all the fuss is about with the new touch bar feature. Apple has big…

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‘This will never be a Commodore’
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‘This will never be a Commodore’

Video Image National Motoring Editor, Joshua Dowling, test drives our first off-shore Commodore. The new Holden Commodore alongside the current Australian-made model. Picture: Supplied NOT the Kingswood! Or…

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What your Facebook posts reveal
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What your Facebook posts reveal

Video Image Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s Twitter and Pinterest accounts were hacked, becoming the latest example of the dangers of using the same password for multiple sites. WSJ’s…

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Google Beefs Up Allo Messaging App
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Google Beefs Up Allo Messaging App

The first major update to Google Allo is here. Google’s Allo messaging app made news for being the first instant messaging app to have an AI-powered assistant at…

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Apple TV Tuned-Up With New TV App
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Apple TV Tuned-Up With New TV App

Rather, it brings together TV shows and movies you already get through individual subscriptions. For example, you can use your Apple TV remote to say “Siri, play NBC…

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Apple raises prices in Britain due to pound’s drop
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Apple raises prices in Britain due to pound’s drop

But first, let’s look at the basics: There are two models (13-inch and 15-inch screens) that come in silver and space grey. Touch Bar is an adaptive solution…

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FCC Adopts New Rules To Protect Consumers Online Privacy From Internet Providers
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FCC Adopts New Rules To Protect Consumers Online Privacy From Internet Providers

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) on Thursday passed sweeping new privacy rules created to keep broadband providers from giving customers’ private data to third parties. The racial justice…

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United Kingdom economy grows 0.5% in three months after Brexit vote
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United Kingdom economy grows 0.5% in three months after Brexit vote

The expansion was faster than the expected growth of 0.3 percent. Brexit supporters said the figures backed their argument during the referendum campaign that warnings of a big…

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Electric-car maker Tesla plans to sell solar roof tiles too
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Electric-car maker Tesla plans to sell solar roof tiles too

(No word on pricing just yet, unfortunately.) The companies are bringing design and manufacturing in-house (or almost so), with Tesla churning out lithium ion batteries at its Nevada…

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Twitter to shut down video app
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Twitter to shut down video app

However it seems that one company could be interested in acquiring them: Pornhub. As Noriega writes in Newsweek, “Vine was arguably the best social media network for artists…

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