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Why are UltraViolet movies still a bag of hurt in Australia?

With the loss of EzyFlix, things look grim for UltraViolet movies in Australia.

Adam Turner 11:54 AM   The demise of EzyFlix highlights the appalling state of Hollywood's UltraViolet movie service in Australia.

How to keep sane during baby's first weeks

Peter Wells' new daughter.

Peter Wells 11:28 AM   I've just had a kid. But children come with no manual. So here's a quick guide to the apps, websites and devices to help.

Instagram adds wide, tall image formats

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9:58 AM   Instagram is finally allowing users to upload images and video in wide or tall format, ending their need to constantly crop images from their camera roll into squares.

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Did Tim Cook's 5am email break rules?

Apple CEO Tim Cook.

Brian X Chen   Apple's shares have been bolstered after its CEO Tim Cook sent a TV host an email about positive China performance, but did this breach disclosure rules?

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Myki scam costs Victoria $4.2 million

The enforcement of myki fines has been thrown into doubt.

Fraudsters have used stolen credit card details to top up myki travel passes before selling them on the black market in a scam that has cost Public Transport Victoria (PTV) $4.2 million.

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Malcolm Turnbull Abbott NBN promise

Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull.

Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull has defended the government's backdown on a promise to contribute federal funding for a high speed internet cable connection to Birdsville and nearby outback towns.

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Why are UltraViolet movies still a bag of hurt in Australia?

Adam Turner 11:54 AM   The demise of EzyFlix highlights the appalling state of Hollywood's UltraViolet movie service in Australia.

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Rage against the machine – before it's too late

Laura Demasi   The inevitability of science fiction becoming 'science reality' has been put front and centre of the public agenda this week by Stephen Hawking, who has warned against a future of artificial intelligence gone mad. Quite literally.

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For one school, from small things big things grew

Garry Barker   One school in Britain transformed itself and the lives of many people in its community by putting the right technology in the hands of its students.

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Affinity emerges as Photoshop alternative but only for Macs

Terry Lane   What makes Affinity Photo unique among low-priced Photoshop alternatives is that it is not a dumbed down application with automated functions and restricted editing abilities.