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Sugar daddy: Dozens of dates.

Tom Decent 8:56 PM   Tens of thousands of American tech geeks are getting involved in the practice, paying big money to women who offer services from being a girlfriend, to an attractive sidekick, to a sexual partner.

Review: How to choose between an Apple iPad Air 2 and iPad Mini 3

Apple's Touch ID technology uses a fingerprint identity sensor to unlock the iPad Air 2.

Tim Biggs 4:53 PM   It may look as though Apple released two brand new iPads in the iPad Air 2 and the iPad Mini 3, but the truth is only one of them is really new.

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Smartphone upstart Oppo launches two phones, including world's thinnest

New Oppo smartphones are coming to Australia.

Hannah Francis 4:23 PM   Chinese smartphone manufacturer Oppo may still be an unfamiliar name for most Australians, but that could be set to change soon.

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Fake speeding fines make Cryptolocker lock up Australian files

Australians are getting their computer files locked again.

Lia Timson 5:56 PM   This time, scammers are sending emails to unsuspecting Australians claiming to be from the NSW Office of State Revenue chasing an unpaid speed fine.

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Stackla shows big business how to win friends and influence social media

Stackla founders: Damien Mahoney, Semin Nurkic and Peter Cassidy.

Rose Powell 4:09 PM   Tech entrepreneurs have made billions creating social media sites and now a trio of Australians is hoping to cash in on the popularity of these creations after raising serious money to help clients make sense of the chatter across popular networks.

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'I'm proud to be gay': Apple CEO Tim Cook

Apple CEO Tim Cook writes about being gay.

Tim Cook 11:25 PM   Apple CEO Tim Cook says he considers being gay "among the greatest gifts God has given me".

Turnbull introduces legislation for metadata retention scheme

Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull speaks on the bill in Parliament on Thursday.

Matthew Knott 11:36 AM   A new federal government scheme requiring telecommunications companies to store customer records for two years could “absolutely” be used to target the illicit downloading of movies or music, according to the Australian Federal Police commissioner.

Tony Abbott opens new look Questacon

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Clare Colley   ``It's very much about the philosophy of I hear and I forget, I see and I remember, I do and I understand, I innovate and I change the world' at Questacon, council chairman Leon Kempler told everyone including Prime Minister Tony Abbott who opened the renamed Ian Potter Foundation Technology Centre on Wednesday.

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Gadgets on the Go

iMessage spam reaches Australia

Adam Turner   Ads for knockoff Ray-Bans are targeting Aussie iGadgets, but are Apple's spam problems a trickle or a flood?

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Imaging

Apple's big Retina pleasing to the i

Terry Lane gets a first look at the new 27-inch iMac and says it raises the bar yet again for photographers.

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iPad Air 2 the apple of any user's eye

Garry Barker   You need to look inside the Air 2 to understand the power and purpose of the engineering that has gone into it.

Astronomy

When E.T phoned home and "Big Ear" picked up the signal

The radio telescope known as Big Ear picked up a signal seemingly from outer space – just once – and now it's been dismantled and turned into a golf course.