Streaming Content From Overseas: The Complete Guide

Region-blocked content is annoying — and avoidable. Whether you want to view non-Australian versions of Netflix, instant access to the BBC iPlayer or a dose of iView when you’re working overseas, here are the best (and easiest) ways to get that content.

Space Shuttle Wreckage Fills This Heartbreaking NASA Exhibit

One day before the unfortunate SpaceX launch failure — which proved once again that space is hard — a new, deeply saddening but inspiring exhibition was opened at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex in Florida.

Apple Wants To Create A Way To Share Files With High Fives

Remember how fun Bump was in the early days of iPhones? Probably not because it was silly and kind of dumb, but based on a new Apple patent application, you could soon be exchanging any kind of data with any type of gesture, from hugs to high fives — and it actually makes sense.

Here's What's Going On Inside A Mermaid's Purse

Reef-dwelling catsharks wrap their fertilised eggs in leathery box-shaped cases commonly called “mermaid’s purses”. The tough, collagenous wall of the purse protects the developing young until it’s ready to hatch — anywhere from a month to a year after it’s laid, depending on its species.

MIT Invented A Way To Automatically Fix Software Bugs With Borrowed Code

A new system from MIT’s CSAIL, or Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, does something incredible to fix buggy software: It borrows healthy code from other applications — and then fixes the bug without ever accessing the original source code.

This Brilliant Touch System Lets The Visually Impaired See Colours

Colour is a vital part of communication, and for the 285 million visually impaired people in the world, that presents a challenge. But a Portuguese designer has invented a Braille-like language that could help those very people “see” colours by touching raised shapes affixed to objects.

Did Your Drone Knock Out A Woman On Sunday? Seattle Police Want To Chat

Sunday’s Pride celebrations in downtown Seattle were going fantastically. Until a drone fell from the sky and knocked a woman out cold. If that drone was yours, the Seattle Police Department would like to have a word with you.

SlapSee Sunglasses Are Like A '90s Slap Bracelet For Your Face

Remember those slap wrap bracelets that were banned back in the ’90s? They’re back and slowly regaining the public’s trust with a handful of slightly more useful products, including a pair of folding sunglasses that can securely wrap around bike handlebars or, of course, your wrist.

Your Fixed-Line Internet Should Get Cheaper Soon

The ACCC has told Telstra that it should charge its wholesale telco customers almost 10 per cent less for access to the century-old copper network running around the country’s cities and towns. The flow-on effect might, and should, mean cheaper internet if you’re one of the millions of Australians still using ADSL or another service on Telstra’s fixed copper network.

ZTE Spro 2 Review: The Excellent Android Projector You'll Probably Never Use

I’ve always liked the idea of having a projector, but never actually owned one. It always seemed like too much work: Sure, projecting movies like in theatres would be sweet, but then I’d have to set it up all the time. Isn’t there a better way?

Is Breakfast The Most Important Meal Of The Day?

Personally, I need breakfast. Almost every morning, I wake up early feeling hungry, and it’s only once I banish my morning hunger that I’m ready to fire. By mid-morning, I take a break and enjoy a snack.

I’ve used a personal anecdote because it’s likely that eating breakfast – or skipping it – may simply reflect a personal preference for timing food intake. Not everyone enjoys eating first thing in the morning. But your first choice of foods may contribute to an overall healthy diet.

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