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Signs of life as The Pirate Bay flies its flag

Sharing: IsoHunt's The Open Bay is inviting people to launch copycat Pirate Bay sites.

Hannah Francis 2:08 PM   There has been movement at the notorious file-sharing site which was shut down by authorities two weeks ago.

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The Talos Principle review

<i>Talos</i> is beautiful and the puzzles are clever, but the game's true strength is its thoughtful narrative.

James 'DexX' Dominguez 9:53 AM   The Talos Principle plays like a challenging puzzle game, but its deep exploration of the philosophies of morality, mortality, and humanity elevates it to something special.

Apple iPhone factory working conditions exposed in documentary

A protest last year in Hong Kong against working conditions in Chinese factories that assemble Apple products.

Brian X. Chen 7:49 AM   A video documentary about Chinese factories that assemble Apple products has refocused public attention on labour issues like excessive work hours.

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Top five security challenges for 2015

Scams and attacks are becoming more creative, so educate your employees, advise experts.

Cynthia Karena 12:15 AM   Security experts name the main security headaches organisations must prevent next year.

Insurance risk modelers look to clarify cyber risk costs

Risk experts find it hard to put a value on cyber risk.

12:15 PM   There are no existing models to calculate how much a so-called "cyber hurricane", affecting a swath of companies, could cost.

Sony's action will invite copycats: security expert

Caved in: Sony cancelled "The Interview" after cyber threats.

Matthew Hall 11:03 AM   The decision by Sony Pictures Entertainment to concede to hacker demands and dump Seth Rogen's film "The Interview" from its Christmas release schedule will invite copycat acts, according to a leading cyber security expert.

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South Korea preps for cyberattack after nuclear reactor data leaks

A worker at the Korea Hydro and Nuclear Power Co in South Korea.

Heesu Lee 7:08 AM   South Korea is investigating the online leak of partial blueprints and operating manuals for some of its nuclear reactors, as the perpetrator threatens to continue publishing data unless three facilities are shut by Christmas.

North Korean internet collapses, attack suspected

North Korean leader Kim Jong-un at a textile mill in Pyongyang.

David Sanger 6:56 AM   North Korea's already tenuous links to the internet went completely dark after days of instability, in what internet monitors described as one of the worst North Korean network failures in years.

Science minister's cabinet role must be backed with action

The science community wants words backed with action from Ian Macfarlane.

Clare Colley 11:30 PM   Science may be back in federal cabinet, but the science community wants the words backed with action from the government.

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Gadgets on the Go

Summer tech projects for the holidays

Adam Turner   Do you have high-tech plans for the Christmas break? Adam Turner has some ideas.

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Imaging

2014 focuses on quality photos

Terry Lane   The camera in the phone has matured to the point where traditional compact cameras are almost irrelevant.

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Sharp Mac leapfrogs competition

Garry Barker   It’s not cheap and probably aimed more at professional photographers and videographers. But I wanted it.

Astronomy

Clouds obstruct view of Geminids meteor shower in eastern Australia

Megan Levy and Marissa Calligeros   The year's strongest meteor shower streaked across the skies on Sunday night - not that Sydneysiders