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Lucy Cormack 6:58 PM A digital sigh of relief has swept the globe as Facebook, Instagram and Tinder go back online.
Marc C-Scott 9:00 AM Australia's love of sport appears to be more from in front of a TV screen than actually attending any event live, and that could be on the increase given some of the new technology heading our way.
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Bill Rigby 1:52 PM PC maker's quarterly profit slips to $US5.9 billion on strong US dollar and weak software sales.
Christopher Joye 11:08 AM Australia is no innocent bystander to cyber conflict, sources claim.
9:54 AM Company says reports claiming it is preparing to cut 26 per cent of its workforce, are 'inaccurate'.
Other Technology news
Russ Parsons 3:01 PM You can't un-ring a bell and you can't un-boil an egg. At least not until now. But researchers at the University of Carlifornia, Irvine, say they've figured a way to return hard-boiled egg whites to something like their clear, original form.
Lesley Clark, Anita Kumar 11:53 AM Hours after investigators examined a small unmanned drone which crashed into the grounds of the White House, an individual called the Secret Service and told it that the device had been in their control and was being flown for recreational use.
10:07 AM Whistleblowing site WikiLeaks on Monday accused Google of handing over the emails and electronic data of its senior staff to the US authorities without providing notification until almost three years later.