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MOBA: the four letters that could change mainstream gaming forever

<i>Smite's</i> Xbox version is being launched this week.

Tim Biggs 3:54 PM   The reinvention of gaming as a spectator sport has become a phenomenon, and game-makers want to make it mainstream.

Telstra 2G 'Nana phones' living on borrowed time

Many old Nokia handsets are ready for retirement as Telstra prepares to shut down its 2G GSM mobile phone network.

Adam Turner 2:47 PM   Australians relying on Telstra's old 2G mobile network have less than 18 months to buy a new handset and SIM card if they want to stay with Telstra.

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One million Australians not seeing ads on the web as blocker use rises

Ad-free? Apple will soon allow ad-blockers on its iPhones and iPads.

Liam Mannix 11:24 AM   At least one million Australians, or one in 13 internet users, don't see advertising on the web thanks to the use of ad blocking technology, a fast-growing trend soon likely to cause havoc for the online publishing industry.

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Next Mark Zuckerberg is not who you might think

Is this what a successful start-up founder looks like? Rarely, some investors say.

Claire Cain Miller   How start-up investors are broadening their horizons in hopes of funding the next big thing.

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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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Telstra 2G 'Nana phones' living on borrowed time

Adam Turner 2:47 PM   Australians relying on Telstra's old 2G mobile network have less than 18 months to buy a new handset and SIM card if they want to stay with Telstra.

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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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Apple hopes to call the tune with new Music

Garry Barker   A flood of new developments was launched at this year's World Wide Developer Conference.

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See the future in a mirrorless camera

Terry Lane   DSLR cameras appear to be close to extinction.