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Windows 10 wants your love

Paresh Dave 11:01 AM   Microsoft's Windows has endured on its status as a must-have work tool, not something a user could love.

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Connected cars vulnerable to attack from all sides

Craig Timberg   As our cars begin to resemble computers on wheels more than old-fashioned automobiles, the number of attack surfaces - or places where intrusions can start - is growing.

Hands on review: Linksys MU-MIMO router

Adam Turner   Designed to reduce Wi-Fi traffic jams around busy homes, Linksys' EA8500 Max-Stream is the first high-speed MU-MIMO router to land in Australia.

Ten little-known facts about Apple Stores

Stephen Hutcheon   Not all retailers are retreating from the bricks-and-mortar experience. This company can't built them fast enough.

Couple's fight with social media that made them

"U may hate me but I love me": social media wars over video sex leak.

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Google unveils Maps' nostalgic new trick

Tim Biggs   Google is turning your years of location data into an automated, private diary of your life.

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Wearables

Apple Watch's signs of success

Farhad Manjoo   Asking if the Apple Watch will become a hit or a flop is a bit like asking if my 2-year-old daughter is destined to go to Yale or to jail.

Games

Top game streamer on why men lash out

James Bullen   Chelsea is a top gamer. But whenever she starts to speak while playing, abuse starts up as well.

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What would make Aussies stop pirating?

Ben Grubb   About 80 per cent of Aussie pirates would not stop infringing even if threat of slow speeds or account suspension.

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Security

One million Australians could be exposed in hack

Marc Moncrief   Nearly one million Australians risk being exposed as unfaithful partners in the hacking saga of infidelity dating site Ashley Madison.

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Gadgets on the Go

Is your lounge room sound doing your favourite movies justice?

Adam Turner   Even with surround sound, blockbuster movies can look great but sound terrible unless you check a few settings.

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Social Radar

'Generation Free' teens have no concept of paying for content online

Laura Demasi   Forget generation Z – today's youngsters are generation "free" when it comes to how they consumer music and TV content.

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MacMan

iMacs help artists rule the night

Garry Barker   For the past three years White Night has transformed central Melbourne during a weekend in February with spectacular images projected on to buildings.

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High-speed video still bogged down by inadequate streaming capabilities

Terry Lane   Australian broadband continues to linger well behind countries such as South Korea and the United States.