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How trusting millennials drive the new economy
How trusting millennials drive the new economy

The biggest sectors of the "sharing economy" could be pulling in as much as $335b in global revenue by 2025.

Terrorists' cyber-threat to the world

They sign as Cybercaliphate. Last January, this name appeared on the YouTube and Twitter accounts of the United States military's…

LHC even a good idea?

I think my brain is full. Seriously, I think all my synapses, or whatever my brain uses to store information, have been…

Video pirates peering through Periscope

Forget Pirate Bay or Popcorn Time or Sidereel. The future of piracy is live-streaming.

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Rugby Highlights: Highlanders 30  Blues 24 video Rugby Highlights: Highlanders 30 Blues 24

A dire opening half killed the Blues' season once…

NRL Highlights: Cowboys 28 Warriors 24 video NRL Highlights: Cowboys 28 Warriors 24

The Warriors have lost 28-24 to the Cowboys, after…

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Apple TV tipped for next launch
Apple TV tipped for next launch

Apple announced this week that its annual Worldwide Developers Conference (better known as WWDC) will kick off June 8, giving…

Boss's paycut to hike wages
Boss's paycut to hike wages

The boss of a technology start-up in Seattle has shocked his employees by raising his company's minimum wage to US$70,000…

Surfers gear up to catch 3D wave
Surfers gear up to catch 3D wave

Surfboards are joining the wave of products being produced by high-tech 3D printers.

Vodafone mobile network restored
Vodafone mobile network restored

Vodafone’s mobile network is experiencing problems and customers may have issues making calls.

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Spotify, Pandora help slow music decline
Spotify, Pandora help slow music decline

The decline in worldwide recorded-music revenues slowed last year as more people subscribed to online…

Decade-long cyberspy attack hacked Southeast Asian targets

A sophisticated hacking group targeted governments and corporations in Southeast Asia for a decade, marking one of the longest-running…

EU Android probe threatens Google

An EU probe into Android mobile software poses a threat to Google's position in the $35 billion applications market.

Tech industry patent trolls on the rise

The prevalence of patent trolls - businesses that buy up patents with the sole intention of filing lawsuits or demanding…

EU raises stakes in Google battle with antitrust charges
EU raises stakes in Google battle with antitrust charges

The European Union has charged Google with abusing its dominance in Internet searches and opened a probe…

MasterChef's ultimate kitchen gadget

A chef was filmed in 3D performing kitchen tasks. His actions were then translated into digital movement using algorithms…

How not to be a jerk while wearing the Apple Watch

If you're getting an Apple Watch, keep one thing in mind: If you're not careful, it could turn you into a rude jerk.

New fears of plane computer hacks

US Government officials have fears that a terrorist with a laptop could sit among passengers on an airplane and take control…

SpaceX fails to nail rocket landing

SpaceX launched a shipment of groceries to space but its third attempt to land the leftover booster on an ocean platform…

Microsoft looks to open its Windows
Microsoft looks to open its Windows

How things change: whereas only a few years ago Windows was my main platform for work, last year before…

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