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Artist makes $90,000 selling someone else's Instagram picture

Doe Deere's Instagram image that was sold by Richard Prince for $US90,000).

Amy Corderoy 2:55 PM   If you found out someone had made $90,000 of a photo you posed on social media, would you expect a cut?

Five Gmail hacks for getting on top of your inbox

Don't become a slave to your inbox.

Seth Porges 2:25 PM   Installing a few tweaks to your Gmail can make you way more productive.

What does your Facebook status say about you?

What you chose to put on Facebook could reveal some uncomfortable truths about your personality.

Amy Corderoy 1:22 PM   Researchers have examined how different Facebook updates are linked to personality traits... and discovered we are all basically desperate, vain jerks.

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Telstra's Pacnet division suffers IT security breach

Telstra acquired Pacnet for more than $750 million.

Telstra's Asian telecommunications provider Pacnet data centre has been targetted in a security breach.

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Tech giants urge US against forcing encryption 'backdoors'

The US government is considering rules that would force companies to soften their data encryption for the purposes of law enforcement.

Nicole Perlroth   A collection of tech industry giants including Facebook, Google, Apple and Microsoft send a letter to US President Barack Obama warning of the unintended consequences of any policy meant to weaken the encryption technologies that protect internet communications.

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Mid-air 'plane hack' raises big ethical questions

'Fantastical': experts are split on whether Chris Roberts was actually able to control a passenger jet.

Hannah Francis   US hacker Chris Roberts insists he's one of the good kind, but things aren't always black and white.

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Gadgets on the Go

Ultra HD Blu-ray - will you upgrade your movie library again?

Adam Turner   A new disc format is on the way, will you rush to get onboard?

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Macbook fitness program yields thinner, lighter notebook

Garry Barker   Apple continues to load new features into its devices that take into account the move from static to portable computing.

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Help at hand for when pictures pile up

Terry Lane   One consequence of digital photography is the vast numbers of images we accumulate. A good app for managing your pictures is a vital tool.