Apple: Celeb Nudes Came From Targeted Attacks, Not iCloud Breach

Apple has acknowledged that a security breach of user accounts resulted in a number of celebrity nude photos being leaked. But the company denies that it had anything to do with iCloud. That’s good news for you, and troubling to hear if you’re a celeb with undiscovered nudes floating around.


Fan Funding Lets You Directly Donate To Your Favourite YouTube Stars In Australia

Very, very few YouTube video creators make any real money off of those pre-roll ads, but that might soon change. Google has launched Fan Funding in Australia, a new way to tip your favourite YouTube stars directly from the video.


The Mesmerising Traffic Of The Panama Canal In A Fascinating Time Lapse

I can watch this time-lapse video of the Panama Canal’s ship traffic forever. Up, down, up, down — so mesmerising.


Watch John Oliver Read His Own YouTube Comments

Never read the comments. That’s one of the first and most important rules on the internet. Unfortunately, nobody told that to host of Last Week Tonight, John Oliver.


If You Use An Old Browser, Google Searches For You Like It's 2011

If you’re still using an ancient browser, it seems like Google is deliberately serving you an older version of the Google homepage from 2011 in the hope that you will upgrade.


The iCloud Flaw That Could Have Caused The Nude Celeb Leaks

Over the weekend, there’s been a slew of images released showing celebrities in varying states of undress. Now, it appears that a flaw in iCloud could be responsible for the images making their way online.


This App Lets You Create Custom Shoes With Your Own Photos

Last Friday, Adidas introduced a new app called #miZXFLUX. A novel little iOS and Android app that lets you create custom shoes from your own photography. Finally, I can give all my friends the perfect pair of kicks with my beautiful face all over them.


Ed Husic On Piracy, Copyright And The Australia Tax

A few weeks ago someone alerted me to a problem they were experiencing accessing, of all things, an e-book. The e-Book had been purchased in the US, using an account this person set up when they lived there. They’ve now moved back here and – in the course of downloading their apps to a new tablet – discovered a problem.


Ed Husic: Why Focus On Piracy When The Australia Tax Issue Still Rages On?

IT Pricing champion and Federal MP for Chifley, Ed Husic, is mad. Mostly he’s mad that while the Government fiddles with an anti-piracy scheme the Australia Tax issue still burns holes in the pockets of this country’s gadget lovers.


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