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The future of 'the end of TV'

More than 50 per cent of 14-29 year–olds don't watch free or Pay TV at all.

Laura Demasi 11:05 AM   The end of TV as we know it is nigh.

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Genie can summon 'any meal' in 30 seconds

The Genie is the size of a coffee-maker and uses specially designed pods filled with ingredients. Its creators are challenging chefs to come up with pod recipes.

10:58 AM   Israeli entrepreneurs say any meal, savoury or sweet, can be produced by their device which they liken to the Star Trek replicator.

How Apple Watch changed Molly's life

"So far very impressed": Molly Watt, who is deaf and blind, says the Apple Watch has helped her navigate city streets.

Michael Koziol 5:17 PM   The Apple Watch can give directions using taps to the wrist. Molly Watt - who is deaf and blind - says it changed the way she gets around.

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Apple's Ahrendts top-paid US woman at $US83m

Angela Ahrendts

Madeline McMahon 11:16 AM   Angela Ahrendts, Apple's senior vice president of retail and online stores, was the highest-paid female executive in the US last year, it has emerged.

Aussie start-up founder Tania Yuki shares New York dream

Shareablee co-founder Tania Yuki is leading the charge for women in a digital world.

Matthew Hall   Founder of Aussie start-up Shareablee Tania Yuki shares her New York dream come true.

Privacy complaints leap as companies struggle with compliance

Privacy Commissioner Timothy Pilgrim says the case for a two-year data retention plan is unclear.

Hannah Francis   Companies' inadequate privacy policies have been highlighted by the Privacy Commissioner.

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Hands on review: Microsoft Surface 3 tablet

Adam Turner   Finally running a full version of Windows 8.1, the Surface 3 strikes a surprisingly good balance between notebook and tablet.

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The future of 'the end of TV'

Laura Demasi 11:05 AM   The end of TV as we know it is nigh.

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Powerful new Photos replaces popular image tools

Garry Barker   Apple's photo management application Photos is completely new and it's a breeze to use.

Imaging

Inexpensive cameras take a beating in the smartphone revolution

Terry Lane   One of our excuses for not giving the compact category the attention it deserves is that the images produced by these cameras are so poor that using them and reviewing them is depressing.