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10 Movies That Secretly Hid Spoilers Inside The Movie Themselves

Video: It’s always a nice wink at an unknowing audience when a movie reveals a huge spoiler during the movie itself. It’s harmless fun that most people don’t even catch because they don’t know enough about what’s happening in the movie yet. But on future watches it gives a little extra chuckle layer for people to enjoy.


Here Are All The 2016 Super Bowl Commercials

Apparently it’s Superb Owl time in the United States. On Monday, two teams of strong men wearing tight clothes and bulky armour will run into each other for four hours, but the more important thing is a bunch of advertisements. Watch them all here.


Fitmodo: Fitbit Alta Launched, Over-The Counter Heroin Antidote And 3D Printing Health Risks

Welcome to Fitmodo, your regular weekly round up of the news you need to know to keep your earthly form in top shape — from fitness advice to breakthroughs in medical research.

This week: The Fitbit Alta hits stores, your 3D printer could be putting your health at risk, the real reason why your workout isn’t helping you shift any more kilos.


The Australian Government Is Monitoring Welfare Recipients' Social Media Accounts

State and Federal Government agencies are using private investigators to conduct “optical surveillance” on members of the public, including monitoring the social media accounts of Centrelink recipients. This “open-source intelligence” is a growing trend, bringing questions about online privacy into the spotlight.


One Of Tasmania's Major Undersea Internet Cables Will Be Cut For Over A Month

The major Basslink undersea power and communications cable that connects Tasmania to the Australian mainland will be cut until mid-March, while the company investigates and fixes a failure in its electricity transmission capacity. That’ll leave Tasmanians with severely reduced connectivity to the internet for nearly six weeks, although contingencies are in place.


Samsung Galaxy S7 Rumours: Everything We Think We Know

Samsung’s Galaxy S smartphones have been the most popular Android phones for years. They’re fairly easy to use, have a bright Super AMOLED display and recently ship with a pretty decent camera. This year’s Galaxy S7 won’t stray far from that familiar strategy.


The Gizmodo Australia Podcast Is Back! Netflix, Mad Max And More

Annnd we’re back for 2016 with season 2, episode 1: Netflix, crowdfunding, games that hit you on an emotional level, and we ask — have we reached peak superhero?

We also chat to Greg Van Borssum, principal fight choreographer, weapons specialist and actor on Mad Max: Fury Road about the dangers of what he does and working with Charlize Theron and Tom Hardy.


Tesla Plans To Make A Second Generation Powerwall Home Battery This Year

With Australia’s first Powerwall installation taking place only last week, Tesla has no plans of slowing down as production and demand for the household batteries continues to ramp up. A more efficient and cost-effective home battery is on the horizon.


Australia Should Buy F-22s, Not F-35s, Says Retired RAAF Wing Commander

A submission to a Senate inquiry into the feasibility of Government’s planned purchase of at least 72 F-35 Lightning II fighter jets says that the multirole planes will be instantly outmatched in air superiority by the airborne wings of competing countries in the region like China and Indonesia, and will fare even worse against future threats. It suggests — hypothetically — that Australia instead push for the F-22 Raptor, a jet that the United States has never sold to even its closest military allies.


How Pro Cyclists Cheat Using Motorised Bikes

If you thought Lance Armstrong’s doping scandal would be the last controversy to rock the world of professional cycling — you were wrong.


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