Breakfast Wrap: Thursday Night's Top Stories

5 New Details That Show How Apple Wants Us To Use Its Watch Apple doesn’t want your eyes glued to the watch.

The Current State Of Smart Locks I wish my landlord would let me have one of these.

These Gloves Let You Climb A Glass Wall Like A Gecko Make it climb drywall and I’ll pay almost anything.

Sony Pictures Has Abandoned Aaron Sorkin’s Steve Jobs Biopic Maybe Sony figured it wouldn’t make any money.

You’ll Soon Be Able To Pay To Make Google Ads Disappear Imagine that! Browsing your favourite websites without seeing any ads.


Breakfast Wrap: Wednesday Night's Top Stories

Mysterious Huge Flash Illuminates Russian Skies, Puzzles Scientists The aliens are warning us about something.

Report: Apple Will Bundle Beats Music Into iOS Next Year And you’ll use it, whether you want to or not.

Milk Video: Samsung’s Beautiful New Video Hub For Its Huge Phones But we’re still waiting for Milk Music to hit Australia.

Barbie F**ks It Up Again Writing books for kids has become dangerous.

An Aluminium Rolling Pin Makes So Much Sense This is a real thing you can buy.



Breakfast Wrap: Monday Night's Top Stories

What Is This Mysterious Black Box That Nokia Is Teasing? It’s probably nothing to do with mobile phones.

Spotify Might Be Getting Podcasts As long as it doesn’t make podcasts more of a mess than it is.

Why We Say ‘O’Clock’ It’s rarely written though.

Smartphone Camera Sensors Are About To Get Even Better Thanks Sony!

16 Things You Can Do In Android Lollipop That You Couldn’t Do In KitKat Finally! A quick way to jump into app settings.


Breakfast Wrap: Best Of The Weekend

Amazing Ultra-High Definition Photo Of The SR-71 Blackbird Cockpit Don’t touch anything in here.

Happy Hour: The Weirdest Alcohol Laws In America Tuns out you can’t vote while drunk in South Carolina.

Sony’s SmartWatch 3 Gets An Australian Price Tag Another smartwatch for your consideration, this time from Sony.

Riding Across Baja At Night They say to never do this, but sometimes, needs must.

10 Things You Really Shouldn’t Do In Online Dating Don’t be this guy.


Report: Corporate Giants Like Visa And Ford Support Net Neutrality

While all the major online companies you’d expect to be in favour of net neutrality have indeed been fighting the good fight since the beginning, America’s other big companies have (mostly) been sitting on the sidelines trying not to piss anyone off. However, behind the scenes, it turns out that a surprising group of corporate giants have secretly been petitioning the FCC.


A Fake Petrol-Powered Alarm Clock Once Got Energy Star Certification

When an appliance gets Energy Star certification that’s supposed to mean that it’s environmentally friendly. But what happens when you submit fake products like a petrol-powered alarm clock or the “air purifier” pictured above? A US government audit in 2010 found that both of these ridiculous products were certified as energy efficient. And yes, that “air purifier” is just a space heater with a feather duster crudely taped to the side.


Breakfast Wrap: Thursday Night's Top Stories

A Size Comparison Of The Comet 67P With Popular Sci-Fi Spaceships It’s bigger than you probably think. Way bigger.

This Is How ATMs Get Hacked In Russia: Using Explosives That’s one way to get around bollards that prevent ram raids.

Nvidia’s Shield Tablet Gets A Little Sweeter Like a Lollipop.

This Budgie Sounds Exactly Like R2-D2 Apparently, not all budgies can do that.

This Guy Recreated One Of The Craziest Restaurants In The World At Home This seriously makes me want to give molecular gastronomy a go.




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