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Aussie 'Street View Streaker' outs herself

Before: A woman proudly displayed her 'melons' as Google took shots of Port Pirie streets in South Australia,

Shane Hendrickson 2:43 PM   An Australian woman who recently rose to fame as the "Street View Streaker" has come forward to reveal the story behind her footpath "flash", which recently became talk of the town in South Australia's Port Pirie.

Surprise! Pac-Man is munching away on Google Maps this April Fools' Day

Augmented reality gaming platform Ingress adds another level of crazy to Google Maps' April Fools' Day PAC-MAN stunt.

Hannah Francis 1:59 PM   The classic arcade game comes to city streets around the world.

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Telstra unveils answer to bill shock

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Adam Turner 1:25 PM   The scariest three words in tech — "excess data rates" — should be a thing of the past once Telstra joins its rivals in automatically issuing extra data packs when you exceed your mobile data limit.

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NBN rolls out to dozens of NSW suburbs

NBN fibre-optic cables.

Esther Han 2:07 PM   Wynyard, Castle Hill and St Leonards are among 44 suburbs in New South Wales slated for National Broadband Network construction work next year.

ICON sale a step closer

Slow internet connection speeds have been blamed on Telstra's use of copper, something that will be alleviated when the network is upgraded to fibre optic connections.

Noel Towell 11:30 PM   Government fibre system pioneer "flabbergasted" that a sell-off back on the agenda.

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Tim Cook blasts new laws

Apple CEO Tim Cook listens to U.S. President Barack Obama speak at the Summit on Cybersecurity and Consumer Protection at Stanford University in Palo Alta, California February 13, 2015.  The aim of the summit is to build support for beefing up cyber security laws in the wake of massive hacked at Target, Sony and Anthem.
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Tim Cook 5:57 PM   Apple CEO Tim Cook steps up his condemnation of a new religious freedom law in Indiana.

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XERO continues to clash MYOB

XERO founder Rod Drury has attacked MYOB's prospectus claiming it lacks the right details.

Shaun Drummond 2:40 PM   XERO founder Rod Drury has escalated his attacks on MYOB, claiming its prospectus does not give enough detail to investors.

These cow steroids are making fish more randy

Research suggests male guppies change their mating behaviour when exposed to a common chemical.

Nicky Phillips 10:55 AM   Research suggests a cow steroid that ends up in waterways may be altering the courtship dance of fish.

Health Check: the good and bad of Easter eggs, chocolate and hot cross buns

Easter treats taste good, but their nutritional value varies.

Clare Collins 7:13 PM   Australians love Easter but it seems we love Easter eggs more, spending more than A$185 million on chocolate over the holiday break.

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Telstra unveils answer to bill shock

Adam Turner 1:25 PM   The scariest three words in tech — "excess data rates" — should be a thing of the past once Telstra joins its rivals in automatically issuing extra data packs when you exceed your mobile data limit.

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The truth about pirates - who’s doing it and why

Laura Demasi   A new study has shed more light onto why Australians are so keen to grab content anyway they can.

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Watch is at the core of new Apple releases

Garry Barker   The Watch occupied centre stage at its recent launch event but there was much more. It was a peek into where Apple’s thinking, technology, design and innovation are headed.

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Apps put photographers in the picture

Terry Lane 11:31 AM   The apps are not all equal in versatility because some cameras are more difficult to control remotely.