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Nura co-founder explains how his 'personalised' Nuraphones work

Nura co-founder explains how his 'personalised' Nuraphones work

Truly unique set of headphones adjusts their sound based on the individual wearer.

  • by Peter Wells

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Nuraphone review: brilliant headphones tune to your ears
Home tech

Nuraphone review: brilliant headphones tune to your ears

Invented by an Australian doctor and funded by Kickstarter, these wireless headphones have an impressive trick unlike anything else on the market.

  • by Tim Biggs
Sennheiser's HD820 headphones are the future of music for purists
Home tech

Sennheiser's HD820 headphones are the future of music for purists

New headphones are the company's first set to sport a balanced Pentaconn connector, which you can expect to start seeing on small but high-end music gear.

  • by Rod Easdown
Astronomers spy nearby star that could be eating a planet
Space

Astronomers spy nearby star that could be eating a planet

A NASA space telescope noticed that the star, which is only 10 million years old, suddenly started looking a bit strange last year.

Facebook to remove misinformation that leads to violence
Social media

Facebook to remove misinformation that leads to violence

Policy expands Facebook's rules about what type of false information it will remove, comes largely in response to racial attacks prompted by Facebook rumours.

  • by Sheera Frenkel
What Google's massive EU fine means for Android users
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Android

What Google's massive EU fine means for Android users

If Google is unsuccessful in appealing the decision that bundling its own apps with Android is unlawful, there could be some noticeable differences.

  • by Hayley Tsukayama
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Sonic Mania Plus review: Hedgehog's greatest adventure gets its due
Games

Sonic Mania Plus review: Hedgehog's greatest adventure gets its due

Sonic Mania was already a love-filled celebration of the franchise at its very best, but now it's been expanded, cleaned up and put on physical store shelves.

  • by Tim Biggs
'World-first blood test' to catch melanoma: ECU
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Science

'World-first blood test' to catch melanoma: ECU

Researchers at Edith Cowan University say they have developed a blood test that can spot melanoma before it spreads through the body.

Astronomers discover 12 more moons of Jupiter, including an oddity
Space

Astronomers discover 12 more moons of Jupiter, including an oddity

Valetudo's orbit intersects with some of those of the other moons, so the stage is set for possible moon-moon collisions.

  • by Ben Guarino
'Not going fast enough': Facebook accelerates AI research
AI

'Not going fast enough': Facebook accelerates AI research

Facebook’s machines to develop common sense, learn 'how the world works by observation, like young children do in the first few months of life.'

  • by Drew Harwell
Government left red-faced by health privacy commissioner's website bungle
Privacy

Government left red-faced by health privacy commissioner's website bungle

Website for the National Health Practitioner Ombudsman and Privacy Commissioner was unavailable for several hours amid controversy over health data.

  • by Jenny Noyes