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Genie can summon 'any meal' in 30 seconds

10:58 AM   Israeli entrepreneurs say any meal, savoury or sweet, can be produced by their device which they liken to the Star Trek replicator.

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The first Aussie political leader to take to Periscope

Liam Mannix   Up Periscope – Daniel (Dan) Andrews is the first political leader in Australia to take to the new live streaming app.

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Telstra to appeal journo's metadata privacy ruling

Hannah Francis   Telco lobby group slams privacy commissioner's decision, says it will give law enforcement agencies even more access to customers' data.

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Warning over illegal mobile phone repeaters

Tim Biggs   Use of devices sold online as legitimate solution is in fact dangerous and can land you in jail, regulator warns.

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Social giants not the data monsters you think

Esther Han   We may distrust social media's handling of our personal data but research shows it outperforms other industries.

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Rathbones take aim at internet etiquette

Primrose Riordan   Former ACT Brumbies player Clyde Rathbone and his brother Dayne are taking aim at the last frontier of online reviews.

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How I got Telstra to hand over my metadata

Ben Grubb   By refusing me access to my metadata Telstra breached the Privacy Act. I've won!

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Review: Microsoft Surface 3 tablet

Adam Turner   Finally running a full version of Windows 8.1, the Surface 3 strikes a surprisingly good balance between notebook and tablet.

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League of Legends to take over Luna Park

James 'DexX' Dominguez   Arguably to most-played game in the world, League of Legends is bringing the circus to town with an enormous grand final event at Sydney's Luna Park.

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Microsoft founder reflects, 40 years on

Nick Wingfield   ​Looking at Microsoft's sprawling product line and 118,000 or so employees, it is easy to forget that the company started with one modest product made by two ambitious people.

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Hands on review: Microsoft Surface 3 tablet

Adam Turner   Finally running a full version of Windows 8.1, the Surface 3 strikes a surprisingly good balance between notebook and tablet.

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The future of 'the end of TV'

Laura Demasi 11:05 AM   The end of TV as we know it is nigh.

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Powerful new Photos replaces popular image tools

Garry Barker   Apple's photo management application Photos is completely new and it's a breeze to use.

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New Macbook an ideal travelling companion

Terry Lane 10:15 PM   It's small, light and packed with functions to help you manage your travel photography.