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Gizmodo Movie Night: The Best Computing, Sci-Fi And Hacking TV Shows And Movies

It’s almost the weekend, and that means you should book in another Gizmodo movie night. This week, rig up your firewall and turn on all your antivirus programs — these are the best computer and hacking TV shows and movies streaming online right now.


Photos: Inside Tesla Motors' Brand New Flagship Sydney Store

Tesla’s newest, largest and first retail-only store in Australia has just opened to the public. Ahead of the store’s unveiling, Gizmodo took a look at the electric car maker’s premiere location in Australia, which occupies a prime position in Sydney’s Martin Place, next door to Apple, with thousands of well-heeled pedestrians passing every day.


Bose SoundSport Wireless Earbuds: The Gizmodo Review

“Fitness abhors a wire” is a quote I just made up, but it makes a lot of sense. The last thing you want to deal with is wire snaking from your head and getting tangled up in the intricate movements a quick run, a downward dog, or some dumbbell curls. That’s why Bose made new the SoundSport wireless: to cut that annoying audio umbilical cord. Or at least make it shorter.


Google's Next Version Of Android Is Called Nougat

After asking the sweet treat-eating public to help name the next version of its smartphone operating system, Google’s Android 7.0 ‘N’ now has an official name. And it’s Nougat.


This Beautiful Chef's Knife Is Beautifully Cheap

Good kitchen knives are expensive. A top of the line Shun, for instance, can cost as much as $US750 ($1,008). But one knife enthusiast promises to offer the same great quality knife for a fraction of the price. So I got a chef to try out the prototype.


Can We Create Artificial Gravity?

Yes, we can. We can totally create the artificial gravity seen in movies like 2001: A Space Odyssey or Elysium, it will just cost a lot of freaking money and require a lot of freaking resources. Real Engineering explains how centrifugal force works as artificial gravity and estimates (using maths cribbed from how much the ISS costs) the cost needed to build it: only around five trillion dollars and 10 years of the world’s total aluminium production. And that’s just for starters.


Telstra's Network Is Down Again, This Time In Victoria

Telstra is down for some enterprise and business customers in Victoria the day after announcing a $250 million investment in network improvements, making it the fourth time in as many months the telco has suffered problems.


Bose QuietComfort 35 Bluetooth Headphones: The Gizmodo Review

I’ve never loved Bose headphones. Out of the box, they always felt a bit flimsy, and on my head, the audio quality seemed subpar for the price. At least that’s what I thought before I tried the new QuietComfort 35 Wireless cans. The noise cancellation is peerless, and the sound is terrific — for the most part.


Finally: A Keyboard For PC Gaming From Your Lounge (Or Bed)

This. This right here is what I have been waiting for. The first product in Rocaat’s new Sova Gaming Board family is here, and it is especially made for gaming from your lounge, bed, or basically anywhere without access to a regular desk setup.

It has cushioned padding beneath, an ergonomic palm rest, and “ideal” weight distribution and size — ultimately the Sova is designed to be so comfy in your non-conventional gaming space you’ll forget you’re using it.


NBN Chief Architect Quits Days Before Australian Election

National Broadband Network chief architect Tony Cross, whose role placed him in charge of the rollout of copper connections, resigned today. After six years on the project, Cross’ last day will be this Friday, the day before the Federal Election is to be held.


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