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Win Friends And Influence People With This Rubik's Cube-Solving Program

Do you remember that Will Smith movie where he got the big high-powered Wall Street job by solving a Rubik’s Cube in front of the company’s CEO? With a little deception, that could be you, by using this Rubik’s Cube-solving application.


Listen To The First Music Ever Made With A Computer

Researchers from New Zealand have restored the very first recording ever made of computer generated music. The three simple melodies, laid down in 1951, were generated by a machine built by the esteemed British computer scientist Alan Turing.


Lunch Time Deals: 10% Off Microsoft's Surface Pro 4

When you’re buying your lunch today, you might want to take a moment and spend a little more. Gizmodo’s Lunch Time Deals posts point out any particularly good bargains for Aussie bargain hunters around the ‘net. Today, Microsoft has a flat 10 per cent off every variant of its Surface Pro 4 tablet.


Australian Scientists Just Froze Light, Like Kylo Ren

Physicists at The Australian National University (ANU) have brought quantum computing a step closer to reality by stopping light in a new experiment.

Lead researcher Jesse Everett said controlling the movement of light was critical to developing future quantum computers, which could solve problems too complex for today’s most advanced computers.


Here's A Pretty Legit Gibsonian Cyberdeck

Image: D10D3/IMGUR Back in the mid-80’s, the “cyberdeck” — the neural-connected, on-the-go interface from William Gibson’s Sprawl Trilogy — captured the imagination of every cyberpunk fan. IMGUR user D10D3 has uploaded pics of one of the slickest attempts at a real Ono-Sendai Cyberspace 7 I’ve seen.


Deals: Learn The Dev Tools Powering Hulu And SoundCloud

If you want to build sites on par with Hulu and Soundcloud, you’re probably going to need to learn Ruby on Rails. This popular framework has been used to create thousands of websites, and the Ruby on Rails for Beginners course can get you started.

For a limited time, the Ruby on Rails for Beginners Course is on sale for just $38.48 AUD [$28.99 USD].


Facial Recognition Software Lets You Find A Camgirl Who Looks Just Like Your Crush

Megacams.me, a site that touts itself as a “live sex search engine”, has just introduced its latest feature: A search function that lets you upload pictures of your crush to find camgirls that look just like her.


Deals: Learn How To Out Hack Cyber Criminals

With major companies like Blizzard and Sony getting hit by cyberattacks, the demand for IT security pros is higher than ever. The Complete White Hat Hacking & Penetration Testing Bundle can help you learn to out-hack cyber criminals for a living, and it’s on sale for just $25.22 AUD [$19 USD].


Lunch Time Deals: 10% Off Macs And Sony TVs

When you’re buying your lunch today, you might want to take a moment and spend a little more. Gizmodo’s Lunch Time Deals posts point out any particularly good bargains for Aussie bargain hunters around the ‘net. This week, JB has a deal for 10 per cent off a bunch of different Apple Macs, as well as the same 10 per cent off Ultra HD Sony TVs.


How To Run Android Apps On Your Chromebook

Android apps have arrived on Chrome OS. Right now they can be run on three Chromebook models, a number that will increase during the rest of 2016 and into the start of 2017 (Google has a full list). To save you the wait, we got hold of an Asus Chromebook Flip to show you how the Android experience works on a Chromebook.


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