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Hands on review: HDHomeRun Connect network TV tuner

SiliconDust's HDHomeRun Connect ensures you don't miss any of the action, no matter where you are around the hoose.

Adam Turner 11:20 AM   If you want to fling live sport around your home there might be a spot for the HDHomeRun Connect in your lounge room line-up.

Why Australia's massive game censorship crackdown is no big deal

Of the more than 150,000 (mostly mobile) games classified with the new automated system, 220 were found not fit for sale.

Tim Biggs 11:06 AM   More games blocked from sale in the last four months than in the past 20 years, but will we really miss "Douchebag Beach Club" or "Fun Swimming Pool Love Kiss"?

Apple e-book conspiracy ruling upheld

Apple's iBooks Store was part of a conspiracy to raise e-book prices, as US court has confirmed

Brian X. Chen 8:00 AM   A US federal appeals court has upheld a ruling that determined Apple to be the leader of an industrywide conspiracy among book publishers to raise prices of digital books.

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Aussie mine set to become source of almost magical material graphene

The CEO of Valence Industries, Christopher Darby.

Bennett Ring   An Australian mine is at the forefront of producing a magical material that could revolutionise the way we make everything around us.

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Twitter risks losing sight of who its most valuable users are

Twitter latest moves are putting at risk its loyal user base.

Peter Wells   In recent weeks, Dick Costolo stepped down from his role as Twitter chief executive officer, leaving Twitter's original founder, Jack Dorsey, as interim chief. Costolo's swan song is Project Lightning, a curated news and media service, designed to highlight breaking news and events in a beautiful new layout and story mode.

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Lack of progress in Silicon Valley diversity push

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Mike Isaac   Despite the self-effacing messaging, big US tech firms are failing to make measurable progress in the gender and racial diversity of their employees.

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'Abortion drone' delivers pregnancy-terminating drugs by air

The drone used in in Saturday's flight between Germany and Poland.

Josephine Tovey 8:53 AM   A European women's activist group used a drone to deliver pregnancy-terminating drugs from one country to another this week, in a move designed to raise awareness about restrictive abortion laws and test the possibilities of emerging techonology.

Why we need to keep adding leap seconds

There will be an extra second between 09:59:59 and 10:00:00 on July 1, 2015.

David Parkinson, The University of Queensland 7:55 AM   Something chronologically peculiar will take place today.

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For couples, time can upend the laws of attraction

<i>Knocked Up</i> may not be as far-fetched as you might think.

John Tierney 3:55 PM   After decades of studying the concept of "mate value," social scientists finally have the data necessary to explain the romantic choices in Knocked Up and Pride and Prejudice.

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Hands on review: HDHomeRun Connect network TV tuner

Adam Turner 11:20 AM   If you want to fling live sport around your home there might be a spot for the HDHomeRun Connect in your lounge room line-up.

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'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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Beacons call out and Apple responds

Garry Barker   Schools, museums and shops are among the early adopters finding uses for wireless communication tools called iBeacons.

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See the future in a mirrorless camera

Terry Lane   DSLR cameras appear to be close to extinction.