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Google Home Mini's spying habits

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Google Home Mini's spying habits


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Serious “KRACK” vulnerability puts nearly every Wi-Fi network at risk, opens sensitive data to hackers

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Serious “KRACK” vulnerability puts nearly every Wi-Fi network at risk, opens sensitive data to hackers


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Missed opportunity: Atlassian and the Australian markets's tech headache

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Missed opportunity: Atlassian and the Australian markets's tech headache


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Joint Strike Fighter plans stolen in Australia cyber attack

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Joint Strike Fighter plans stolen in Australia cyber attack


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Perth start-up using blockchain technology for peer-to-peer trading

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Perth start-up using blockchain technology for peer-to-peer trading


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Explainer: why your smartphone now comes with a dual lens

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Explainer: why your smartphone now comes with a dual lens


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General Motors executive says Elon Musk's self-driving claims are 'full of crap'

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General Motors executive says Elon Musk's self-driving claims are 'full of crap'


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  • ANZ Eftpos Access Cards Now Support Apple Pay in Australia
    ANZ Eftpos Access Cards Now Support Apple Pay in Australia

    , macrumors.com

    Eftpos, a debit payments network in Australia, today announced that ANZ eftpos Access cards now feature support for Apple Pay. ANZ is the first bank in Australia to make in-store eftpos mobile payments available to 1.6 million ANZ eftpos Access cardholders through Apple Pay. Visa, American Express, and MasterCard credit and debit cards issued in Australia by participating banks already supported Apple Pay, but the addition of eftpos is notable as it's widely used in the country
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Innovations

  • General Motors executive says Elon Musk's self-driving claims are 'full of crap'
    General Motors executive says Elon Musk's self-driving claims are 'full of crap'

    , smh.com.au

    Billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk's claims about the self-driving capabilities of his upcoming Tesla vehicles are "full of crap", General Motors' self-driving Tsar says. Mr Musk claims his upcoming Model 3 has the hardware to allow full-self driving capability, a Holy-Grail automotive technology that is the focus of huge amounts of research, and offers the potential to allow a driver to read, eat, or even sleep during long trips
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Mobile

Computers

  • Openstack Hackathon comes to Sydney - OpenStack Superuser
    Openstack Hackathon comes to Sydney - OpenStack Superuser

    , openstack.org

    Australia’s first OpenStack Application Hackathon takes place Nov 3-5, 2017 at Doltone House in Australia’s Technology park, the weekend prior to the OpenStack Summit Sydney. Whether you’re inspired by Internet of Things, scientific research challenges, or have a creative idea to bring to market, knowing the latest tech is how you’ll get there. Hackathon teams will pick a theme–edge computing, scientific research, or market viability–then pick one of three platforms to use as you build your app: Hackers are invited to join as an individual or as part of a team
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Security

  • Serious “KRACK” vulnerability puts nearly every Wi-Fi network at risk, opens sensitive data to hackers
    Serious “KRACK” vulnerability puts nearly every Wi-Fi network at risk, opens sensitive data to hackers

    , smartcompany.com.au

    A massive vulnerability has been found in the WPA2 security protocol used by the majority of modern wireless networks, allowing potential hackers to steal sensitive data just by being in range of a vulnerable network. The vulnerability, called the “key reinstallation attack” or “KRACK” flaw, was discovered by Belgian security researcher Mathy Vanhoef and released in a research paper online, warning users of a “serious weakness” in the WPA2 protocol
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iPhone

Smart

  • iPhone X: What to expect at Apple's biggest event in years
    iPhone X: What to expect at Apple's biggest event in years

    , theage.com.au

    On Wednesday morning, Sydney time, Apple CEO Tim Cook will take the stage for the first time in the Steve Jobs Theater at the company's new campus. The location represents a new chapter for the world's most valuable technology firm, and the event will usher in a new era for the iPhone. For the first time, Apple plans to unveil three new phones, including a premium model that will cast a halo over the rest of the line, and perhaps over the rest of the smartphone industry
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