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06/26/2017
Ransomware hits Victorian speed cameras - BIT


BIT

Ransomware hits Victorian speed cameras
BIT
The fallout from WannaCry continues, with the latest victims being major organisations in Australia and Japan. WannaCry isn't over. Fifty-five speed and red light cameras across Victoria have been infected with the ransomware, according to iTnews.
WannaCrypt blamed for speed camera re-boot frenzy, despite lack of ransom debandsThe Register
Victoria Police cancel hundreds of speeding tickets after WannaCry virus attackCamden Advertiser
WannaCry Red Light Alarm Grows: Cops Cancel 590 FinesChannelNews
The Age -Sky News Australia -Bendigo Advertiser -TheNewspaper.com
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06/26/2017
It's the barcode's 43rd birthday - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.au

It's the barcode's 43rd birthday
NEWS.com.au
THE humble barcode was born 43 years ago today when a pack of Juicy Fruit was scanned. But the original plan wasn't for it to have straight lines at all. Benedict Brooknews.com.au@BenedictBrook · news.com.au. June 26, 20175:21pm. The barcode was ...
US Census Bureau Daily Feature for June 26: Setting the BarsatPRnews (press release)

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06/26/2017
Car manufacturer Holden reveals why it had to reposition itself in the automotive market - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.au

Car manufacturer Holden reveals why it had to reposition itself in the automotive market
NEWS.com.au
WHEN you think of Holden, Bathurst and blokes come to mind. From the early days of the iconic Torana and Gemini, to the more recent times of the Monaro and Commodore Ute — Holden has forever been a brand for the boys — or, dare I say it, the 'bogans' ...

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06/26/2017
Google Pixel 2 and Pixel XL 2 Specifications Leaked; Likely to Ditch 3.5mm Jack - Technology Personalized

Technology Personalized

Google Pixel 2 and Pixel XL 2 Specifications Leaked; Likely to Ditch 3.5mm Jack
Technology Personalized
While Google is busy readying the iterative upgrades for its Pixel devices, the rumor mills have started chugging out information. According to an earlier report, the new Pixel device would come in three avatars, one, a small screened device, the other ...
Google Pixel 2: 'Walleye' And 'Taimen' Specs Fully Revealed, Smaller Device Disappoints FansThe Inquisitr
More Google Pixel 2 details emerge, Pixel 2 XL to sport 5.99-inch OLED displayPocket-lint.com
Google Pixel 2 codenames revealed, bigger variant to have a 5.99-inch display: ReportsEconomic Times
India Today -Deccan Chronicle -T3 -Phandroid.com
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06/25/2017
Google stops scanning your Gmail to personalise its ads - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Google stops scanning your Gmail to personalise its ads
The Sydney Morning Herald
Google's finally giving up its long-standing habit of riffling through your inbox to see what you're interested in, perhaps paving the way for enhanced security. If a service is free, you're the product. Never was that pearl of wisdom more true than ...
Google to stop reading emails of Gmail usersThe Australian
Gmail to stop appalling practice of scanning emails to deliver adsiTWire
Google will stop reading your emails for Gmail adsIndia Today
AdNews -CMO -NDTV -Financial Express
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06/25/2017
Apple, Microsoft tackle the problem with tablets: they're too advanced for their own good - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.au

Apple, Microsoft tackle the problem with tablets: they're too advanced for their own good
NEWS.com.au
SALES are down and there's a problem plaguing all tablet computers — they're just too good to be replaced. The tech giants have a new plan. Jennifer Dudley-NicholsonNews Corp Australia Network. News Corp Australia Network. June 26, 20171:05pm.

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06/26/2017
Microsoft Surface Laptop – when only a clamshell will do (review) - iTWire

Gizmodo Australia

Microsoft Surface Laptop – when only a clamshell will do (review)
iTWire
Microsoft has expanded its Surface line-up to include a traditional “clam-shell” style, ultra-light notebook. Its positioning overlaps a little – it has a larger 13.5”, 2556 x 1504 screen than the new 12.3”, 2736 x 1824 Surface Pro (2017) and the same ...
Microsoft Surface Laptop Reviewfinder.com.au
How I tried to get Microsoft to turn me away from MacBooksCNET
Microsoft Patent Details Method For Thwarting Laptop Thieves With Remote Wipe TechHot Hardware
Neowin -WindowsLatest (blog) -MSPoweruser
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06/25/2017
The Galaxy S8 can do 8 things the new OnePlus 5 can't, but I'd still get the OnePlus 5 - Business Insider

Business Insider

The Galaxy S8 can do 8 things the new OnePlus 5 can't, but I'd still get the OnePlus 5
Business Insider
Samsung's Galaxy S8 is the most feature-filled, beautiful smartphone you can get, period. It has the best camera, the best design, the best screen, and the latest specs. Yet, despite these accolades, I'm still more attracted to the new OnePlus 5. What ...
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 With 6GB RAM, Dual Rear Cameras Said to Launch in SeptemberNDTV
Galaxy Note 8 Leak Reveals Samsung's Expensive SecretForbes
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 set to be best phone EVER but here's why you WON'T want to buy itExpress.co.uk
India Today -ValueWalk -The Inquisitr -Mashable
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06/25/2017
Is 'Star Citizen' In Trouble With A Loan And Owned By A Bank? No, Not Really - The Inquisitr

The Inquisitr

Is 'Star Citizen' In Trouble With A Loan And Owned By A Bank? No, Not Really
The Inquisitr
Star Citizen is in the news again for all the wrong reasons following disclosure of a recent loan. Multiple outlets are reporting developer Foundry 42, the subsidiary of Chris Roberts' Cloud Imperium Games (CIG), is in financial distress and the crowd ...
Is Development on Star Citizen in a Spot of Financial Trouble?AusGamers
Clarification On The Status of Star Citizen DevelopmentPress Start
Star Citizen Developer in Potential Financial WoesCGMagazine
PC PowerPlay
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06/25/2017
How to help kids navigate fake news and misinformation online - ABC Online

ABC Online

How to help kids navigate fake news and misinformation online
ABC Online
Young people get a huge amount of their news from social media feeds, where false, exaggerated or sponsored content is often prevalent. With the right tools, caregivers can give kids the knowledge they need to assess credible information for themselves.

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