Data allegedly hacked from Wuhan lab points to a cover up by Chinese authorities.
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Chris Griffith joins 350 singers in a massive virtual choir and discovers the tech bringing them together.
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A Victorian court decision has opened the door to more legal action against Google where its search engine points to defamatory material.
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Telstra has announced it can now build 5G networks that don’t rely on a 4G foundation or infrastructure.
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Don’t underestimate the appeal of Apple’s new budget iPhone SE. We live in tough economic times.
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TPG Telecom will continue to explore opportunities for 5G despite failing in its bid to snatch a key 5G license in Singapore.
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The operation of the COVIDSafe app on iPhone is a big problem but an overseas report suggests help might be imminent.
View the original post: iPhones a major issue with COVIDSafe
Samsung’s Galaxy Z Flip with its folding screen exudes technical brilliance but how strong is the case to own one?
View the original post: A game changer or a Flip flop?
Analysts who reverse engineered the government’s COVIDSafe app have verified its security but say it may store more data than we think.
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Telstra plan of $75 for 200GB of mobile broadband data may tempt users to ditch the NBN.
View the original post: Telstra doubles down with double data
The COVIDSafe contact-tracing app is likely to face changes to address Bluetooth issues and an awkward user experience on iPhones.
View the original post: Teething problems but downloads run hot