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Games

Call of Duty and the real future of warfare

James 'DexX' Dominguez   11:52 AM Australian futurist Morris Miselowski explains how games can give us a glimpse of the future.

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More than just celeb photos taken 

Ben Grubb   11:02 AM It's not just nude photographs victims of the celebrity iCloud leak have to worry about being accessed, it's texts, contacts and data too.

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Apple's top 10 reasons for rejecting an app

Building a robot with human touch

Schools turning to anti-plagiarism software

Chinese upstart brings phones to Australia

Editor's picks

Hacking was a 'targeted attack'

Michael Idato   6:11 AM The technological giant has broken its silence over the hacking of more than 100 celebrity iCloud accounts.

Telstra backs blocking of sites

David Ramli Telstra has backed a proposal to block websites that host pirated movies and music and called for new legal measures.

Games

The Last Tinker review

Tim Biggs A colourful arts-and-crafts experience that harks back to the days of Banjo Kazooie and Jak and Daxter.

Security

How safe are you in the cloud?

Hannah Francis   6:02 PM Security experts have cast doubt on the safety of the cloud.

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Hack

Apple fixes security bug

Apple has fixed a bug that could have enabled hackers to gain access.

Hands on: FreeviewPlus EPG

Adam Turner Built-in Catch Up TV is an attractive proposition.

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Hack

Kirsten Dunst blames iCloud

Kirsten Dunst the first celebrity affected to point a finger.

Tech

Invention lets kids breathe easier

Ben Grubb Sudent rewarded for his creation of medical device.

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Drone spots Apple's new HQ

Amateur video footage reveals the enormous scale of "spaceship".

Science

Games that could boost brains

Hannah Francis Neuroscientist looks to new class of games.

Security

How to secure your phone photos

Tim Biggs Stealing files doesn't require an error on the owner's part..

Blogs & Columns

Gadgets on the Go

Hands on: FreeviewPlus EPG

Adam Turner Built-in Catch Up TV makes the Freeview EPG an attractive proposition, but there's not a lot to watch and few people can see it after today's launch.

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Imaging

Shadows made to give up their secrets

Terry Lane Some cameras have HDR controls built in and some need a little external help.

MacMan

Empires rise on apps boom

Garry Barker Entrepreneurs are born, not made. Looking around the world of technology, it’s clear that to succeed one has to be more than a bit different.

Astronomy

First living organ built inside an animal

Rebecca Smith British scientists have built a complete and functional organ in a living animal for the first time.