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iPhone 7 Rumours, Release Date, Leaks and News: Everything You Need to Know

Get a new iPhone for Christmas? Sorry – it’s already old news. 2016 is the year of the iPhone 7 — get used to it. With sales stalling for the first time in the iPhone’s history, Apple needs to pull something truly impressive out of the bag to bring the love back, and now’s as good a time as any to gather up the best iPhone 7 rumours swirling around the high-tech ether.


Images Of The Samsung Galaxy S7 And S7 Edge Have Leaked

Ahead of Samsung’s special media event on 21 February 2016, the first in hand images and confirmed information about the upcoming Galaxy S7 range have started to come to light. We’ve had some predictions running for a little while, and it looks like we might have been on the money. Here’s what we know — for sure– so far.


Dengue Outbreak Prompts State Of Emergency On Hawaii's Big Island

The largest island in the Hawaiian archipelago has recorded nearly 250 cases of dengue fever since the start of September, prompting officials to declare a localised state of emergency.


The Best Nerf War In History Is The Result Of A Happy Accident

If you’re on Facebook at all, you might have recently seen an event titled ‘The Best Nerf War In History’. It has a meagre description, and a few photos of the old military fort at Sydney’s Middle Head — although the combination is enticing for anyone with an active imagination. We spoke to the organisers to see how an event that was never meant to happen ended up with over 9000 people keen.


Hacker Publishes Personal Details Of 20,000 FBI And 9000 DHS Staff

A hacker has published the personal details of 20,000 Federal Bureau of Investigation agents and 9000 Department of Homeland Security officers online.


All The News You Missed Overnight: The Rubik's Robots Are Getting Faster

Good morning! It’s a busy world out there. All The News You Missed Overnight gives you a guide to everything techy that happened while you were sleeping.


Experts Say CSIRO Climate Science Job Cuts Will Put Australian's Health At Risk

More experts have raised concerns about the recent job cuts at CSIRO, stating that climate science “underpins planning and programs for the health sector in Australia with climate modelling used by health researchers to identify issues, monitor changes, plan a response, and prepare resources”.

They describe the planned cuts to climate research as “a shocking and poor decision” that must be reversed.


You Can Get 2GB Of Free Google Drive Storage Today

Want some more space for your documents? Of course you do. Well, you can grab 2GB of extra capacity on Google Drive for free today. Here’s how.


Fairy Floss Inspires New Method For Tissue Engineering

We know our organs are supported by blood. We know that that blood is delivered to our various cells through a network of blood vessels. What we don’t know is how to create a fine three-dimensional network of vessels in the lab for bioengineered tissue. Researchers at Vanderbilt University found a clue in an unlikely source: fairy floss. They just published their results in Advanced Healthcare Materials.


In Just 0.887 Seconds Another Machine Has Already Shattered The Rubik's Cube World Record

Video: In early February, Jay Flatland and Paul Rose’s Rubik’s Cube-solving machine set a new world record with an astonishing time of just 0.9 seconds. But just two days before that happened, a new contender, Adam Beer’s Sub1, managed to solve a cube in just 0.887 seconds.


France Demands Facebook Stop Tracking Non-Users And Sending Data To US 

French authorities are not impressed with Facebook: The nation’s data protection authority has told the social network that it has just three months to stop tracking the browsing of non-users.


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