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A 4Chan Post Just Sold For $US90,900 On EBay

What is art? For this eBay seller it’s something as simple as a 4Chan post. Originally caught by Artnet, a vendor known only as “Artwork by Anonymous” turned the above piece of what would usually be everyday internet ephemera into a $US90,900 masterpiece. The lucky buyer also gets free expedited shipping.


One Dumb Trick To Take Pro-Looking Product Photos With Your Phone

Video: If you’re selling stuff online, a few high-quality photos can really set you apart from the hordes of shady-seeming eBayers. But what if you haven’t got a DSLR camera and a bunch of spendy lenses? HouseholdHacker has a trick that’s so stupid simple, you’ll slap yourself for not having thought of it.


Tesla Motors' Elon Musk Was On The Colbert Report Last Week

Last Thursday night’s episode of The Colbert Report in the US included a pretty lengthy interview with multi-industry mad scientist Elon Musk. If you don’t have access to The Comedy Channel in Australia through Foxtel, don’t sweat — we’ve got you covered.


Flash Just Patched A Huge Security Flaw

Adobe just patched up a gaping security flaw that could affect anyone who logs on to eBay, Tumblr, Instagram or other popular sites. If you’re a person who visits any of those domains (or, really, any website out there that might use Flash), you really should update right now.


Locl Is Like eBay, But Only For Your Suburb

Do you want to buy or sell something, but don’t want to bother with a trip to the post office? Australian start-up eBay competitor Locl is a new “mobile marketplace” app that uses geolocation data to find sales around your suburb.


University Student Discovers A Second Ebay Security Flaw

Just a few days after discovering a flaw that compromised millions of user accounts, a 19-year-old British university student found another flaw on ebay’s website. It’s not as bad as the one that forced pretty much everybody to change their ebay passwords. But it’s not good either.


Here's The Email eBay Is Sending Everyone Who Was Hacked

As everyone knows by now, eBay was hacked — the official line is that the event was “a cyberattack that compromised a database containing encrypted passwords and other non-financial data”. After staying quiet on the topic for too long, eBay is sending all its users an email advising that they — yes, that’s you — change passwords immediately.


You Need To Change Your Ebay Password Right Now

Ebay has asked all users to change their passwords due to a massive cyberattack that hit the encrypted password database. The company says that no financial data that was compromised, and there’s no evidence of unauthorised user activity.



You Can Own An Edible, Android-Shaped KitKat

Android KitKat, the latest update to Google’s mobile OS, is now public, but there’s a burning question that’s yet to be answered: How delicious is it? Through the magic of eBay, you can be one of the few to get an answer, depending on how much you’re willing to spend.