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Five things that should not be online

Hackers remotely disabled the Jeep's brakes causing it to crash in a ditch.

Hannah Francis 2:13 PM   Despite warnings, manufacturers insist on making internet or Wi-Fi-enabled things without security in mind.

A smartphone that folds in half?

These renders from designer Max Borhof show what a foldable smartphone like Samsung's could look like.

Tim Biggs 12:17 PM   Frustrated by the stubborn rigidity of your smartphone? You could be in luck.

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Microsoft's 'aggressive' move to push new browser

Mozilla, the company behind the Firefox browser, is not happy about the Windows 10 upgrade process.

Tim Biggs 9:42 AM   Installing Windows 10 is likely to override user's default applications settings, and the makers of the Firefox browser are not happy.

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Square lines up bite of Australian contactless payments

Square has enjoyed success with its free smartphone-based magnetic stripe credit card reader.

Adam Turner 11:03 PM   Mobile payments challenger Square has a plan to win over small business owners in Australia.

Toll error punishes motorists

Transurban's upgrade has left some motorists frustrated.

Andrew Colley 2:44 PM   Some Sydney drivers may be paying road tolls for strangers after botched billing system upgrade.

Start-up builds iPhone-powered 3D laser scanner

eora 3D scanner. To accompany Adam Turner story.

Adam Turner 2:09 PM   Faced with a $20,000 bill for a decent 3D scanner, three young Australian entrepreneurs decided to focus on building their own iPhone-powered scanner which sells for a fraction of the price.

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Gadgets on the Go

Streaming TV bundles leverage Netflix to steal Foxtel's thunder

Adam Turner   Pay TV-lite bundles like Telstra TV look set to be the next weapon in the battle for Australian lounge rooms.

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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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iMacs help artists rule the night

Garry Barker   For the past three years White Night has transformed central Melbourne during a weekend in February with spectacular images projected on to buildings.

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High-speed video still bogged down by inadequate streaming capabilities

Terry Lane   Australian broadband continues to linger well behind countries such as South Korea and the United States.