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Facebook's Frankenstein moment: is the monster beyond control?

This week, in response to an earlier ProPublica report that Facebook enabled advertisers to target users with offensive terms like "Jew hater," Sheryl Sandberg, the company's chief operating officer, apologised and vowed that the company...

TheAge, Friday, 08:34
 

Why must we still 'tune in this time next week' in the streaming video age?

Despite our love of binge watching television, streaming services are still drip-feeding us the latest sci-fi blockbusters. Aussie sci-fi fans are spoiled for choice right now, with Philip K Dick's Electric Dreams coming to Stan this week and Star Trek:

TheAge, Friday, 08:34
 

Facebook's Frankenstein moment: is the monster beyond control?

This week, in response to an earlier ProPublica report that Facebook enabled advertisers to target users with offensive terms like "Jew hater," Sheryl Sandberg, the company's chief operating officer, apologised and vowed that the company...

smh.com.au, Friday, 08:30
 

Why must we still 'tune in this time next week' in the streaming video age?

Despite our love of binge watching television, streaming services are still drip-feeding us the latest sci-fi blockbusters. Aussie sci-fi fans are spoiled for choice right now, with Philip K Dick's Electric Dreams coming to Stan this week and Star Trek:

smh.com.au, Friday, 08:30
 

Facebook's Frankenstein moment: is the monster beyond control?

This week, in response to an earlier ProPublica report that Facebook enabled advertisers to target users with offensive terms like "Jew hater," Sheryl Sandberg, the company's chief operating officer, apologised and vowed that the company...

Canberra Times, Friday, 08:27
 

Why must we still 'tune in this time next week' in the streaming video age?

Despite our love of binge watching television, streaming services are still drip-feeding us the latest sci-fi blockbusters. Aussie sci-fi fans are spoiled for choice right now, with Philip K Dick's Electric Dreams coming to Stan this week and Star Trek:

Canberra Times, Friday, 08:27
 

Apple iPhone 8 Plus Portrait Lighting: the verdict

Apple's iPhone 8 Plus, which is available from Friday, includes a new Portrait Lighting mode to simulate a range of lighting effects on your photography subjects. As with last year's iPhone 7 Plus and its Portrait mode, the new phone uses its depth-sensi

smh.com.au, Friday, 07:35
 

Apple iPhone 8 Plus Portrait Lighting: the verdict

Apple's iPhone 8 Plus, which is available from Friday, includes a new Portrait Lighting mode to simulate a range of lighting effects on your photography subjects. As with last year's iPhone 7 Plus and its Portrait mode, the new phone uses its depth-sensi

Canberra Times, Friday, 07:30
 

Apple iPhone 8 Plus Portrait Lighting: the verdict

Apple's iPhone 8 Plus, which is available from Friday, includes a new Portrait Lighting mode to simulate a range of lighting effects on your photography subjects. As with last year's iPhone 7 Plus and its Portrait mode, the new phone uses its depth-sensi

TheAge, Friday, 07:22
 

New Apple Watch has a potential internet problem, Apple confirms

The main selling point of Apple's new version of its Watch is that the device can connect independently to mobile LTE networks, making it possible to place calls or run navigation on its own without being tethered to the iPhone. But Apple has acknowledge

Canberra Times, Thursday, 09:14
 

New Apple Watch has a potential internet problem, Apple confirms

The main selling point of Apple's new version of its Watch is that the device can connect independently to mobile LTE networks, making it possible to place calls or run navigation on its own without being tethered to the iPhone. But Apple has acknowledge

TheAge, Thursday, 09:06
 

New Apple Watch has a potential internet problem, Apple confirms

The main selling point of Apple's new version of its Watch is that the device can connect independently to mobile LTE networks, making it possible to place calls or run navigation on its own without being tethered to the iPhone. But Apple has acknowledge

smh.com.au, Thursday, 09:01
 

Apple Watch Series 3 review: a little bit of freedom

The Series 3 Apple Watch with LTE was the surprise announcement at last week's Apple event. I didn't expect to see LTE come to a smartwatch smaller than a dinner plate this year, and I didn't expect decent battery if it happened. But Apple has managed to

smh.com.au, Thursday, 07:53
 

Super Mario Odyssey is weird, brilliant and hilarious

It was around the time I was flinging my pirate hat in order to possess a huge piece of meat that I realised Super Mario Odyssey is a bit weird, even by Super Mario standards. Following Nintendo's leading man on a globe-trotting journey through regions h

smh.com.au, Thursday, 07:53
 

Canon PowerShot SX730 HS is a tiny camera with a big zoom

I have a Canon DSLR camera that I love, but it's just too heavy and bulky for travelling. And I remember how that love quickly turned to animosity hiking up an exceptionally difficult mountain in France. It's far more convenient to take photos with a pho

smh.com.au, Thursday, 07:53
 
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