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Inclusive or invasive? Digital ID stirs debate

Inclusive or invasive? Digital ID stirs debate

More than 1 billion people globally have no way of proving their identity, according to the World Bank.

  • by Carey L. Biron

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The Messenger review: retro revival is asynchronous, academic, awesome
Games

The Messenger review: retro revival is asynchronous, academic, awesome

With an ambitious time travel mechanic and a strongly self-referential tone, this is not your standard '80s throwback.

  • by Tim Biggs
Apple designer Jony Ive says Watch, not iPhone, is closest to his heart
Wearables

Apple designer Jony Ive says Watch, not iPhone, is closest to his heart

'Every bone in my body tells me this is very significant,' Ive said in an interview in the Steve Jobs Theater following Apple's annual product event.

  • by Christina Passariello
Apple Watch announcements proved more exciting than new iPhones, again
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Wearables

Apple Watch announcements proved more exciting than new iPhones, again

Apple's tiniest computer has taken another stride towards one day becoming my ideal phone replacement.

  • by Peter Wells
Oldest human drawings discovered
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Science

Oldest human drawings discovered

Markings on this stone found in South Africa are estimated to be about 73,000 years old.

Why Apple is no longer selling last year's iPhone X
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Phones

Why Apple is no longer selling last year's iPhone X

If you hoped to pick up last year's flagship for cheap, you're out of luck. Here's what Apple's new lineup looks like, from the $749 low end to the $2369 high.

  • by Angus Kidman
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Hands on with the iPhone XR, XS, XS Max and the Apple Watch Series 4
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Hands on with the iPhone XR, XS, XS Max and the Apple Watch Series 4

Our impressions of the colourful but not-really-inexpensive new iPhone, the massive XS Max and the improved, faster new watches.

  • by Peter Wells
Apple unveils three new iPhones including bigger, pricier XS Max
Phones

Apple unveils three new iPhones including bigger, pricier XS Max

XS and XS Max are joined by less expensive, and more colourful, iPhone XR. Apple also unveiled a new watch.

  • by Tim Biggs
They're here: Australia's first driverless vehicle unveiled
Driverless cars

They're here: Australia's first driverless vehicle unveiled

RAC WA unveiled the €300,000 ($490,000) 'Intellicar' on Wednesday.

  • by Hamish Hastie
New sea creatures discovered on Pacific Ocean floor
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Science

New sea creatures discovered on Pacific Ocean floor

In one of the deepest parts of the ocean, three newly discovered species of snailfish were identified by scientists. Vision: Newcastle University.

Microsoft's Soundscape app lets blind 'see' by reading from 3D map
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Microsoft's Soundscape app lets blind 'see' by reading from 3D map

Soundscape gives those with low vision greater spatial and location awareness by providing them audible clues about where they are and where they are going.

  • by Krishan Sharma