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Australia can re-open it’s cinemas today

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The Australian cinema industry has been through a lot. World wars, the Great Depression, the global financial crisis, video piracy, and event the rise of Netflix and online streaming. Yet the industry lives on, and today (July 1st) the doors can reopen after three months. IBISWorld forecasts cinema operators’ revenue to fall at least 26 per cent this financial year to $1.3 billion. Profit margins are expected to fall more […]

Incorporating Trend Lines into Your Day Trading Strategy

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You may be aware of many benefits that technology has brought to us in virtual reality, industrial organisations, and consumer technology but one that we should be mindful of is the benefits technology gives us for trading online. All traders must be aware of several import techniques technology companies have developed that can boost your trading strategy, and one of those is the trend line. The trend line is one […]

Mercedes-Benz Challenges Tesla with Nvidia’s AI Platform

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On Tuesday, the German-based automaker Mercedes-Benz and Nvidia announced they’re teaming up to build a promising Tesla-like automotive platform. Starting in 2024, Mercedes will build its entire fleet on-top of Nvidia’s AI hardware. Car owners will be able to subscribe to self-driving features and other options as they become available. Car Depreciation To Be Less Thanks to Tesla’s, over-the-air (OTA) updates for your car are now an expectation when you […]

Tonor rescues online meetings and podcasts with their TC-777 microphone

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In the current world, everything is virtual, and it’s our new way of life. The requires us getting up to speed with our tech accessories, importantly a microphone. Let me introduce you to the TC-777 from Tonor. The TONOR TC-777 is best described as the best choice for an entry-level desktop mic. With a high cost-performance, and complete accessories, its what you’ve been waiting for. The ideal person for this […]

Why is TikTok (and other iOS apps) constantly snooping on your clipboard?

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This year’s WWDC saw Apple lean heavily on privacy. It touted all new features and initiatives that would protect and give a better idea on how companies are using your data. But a new privacy feature might have inadvertently exposed that Apple’s privacy messaging might just be smoke and mirrors. iOS 14 will now alert you when an application accesses your clipboard – basically, the place where you store anything […]

July for Xbox Game Pass holders will be phenomenal

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The last few weeks we’ve heard nothing but PlayStation, but Xbox is coming around with a great Game Pass lineup for July. Ending this month, a new array of games is being given up for free to all Xbox Game Pass holders on the console & PC to enjoy for July. Xbox Game Pass gives gamers the opportunity to explore and try new games. What will you be trying? Night […]

One Core Exam and Six Concentration Tests: What Advantages Can Cisco CCNP Enterprise Certification Bring You After Getting It?

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Wherever we look, we can find a continuous need and placement of technology. It has become a part of our everyday lives. And technological advancements are currently in constant demand for businesses around the world. That is why the companies are in need of certified professionals. These individuals are considered by the employers as those who are able not only to earn a sought-after credential but also perform the required […]

How the Qantas Frequent Flyer program taught me about bad security practices

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Source: QANTAS I got three push notifications just as I got to my seat before I left to Melbourne from Dubai. One from Instagram, as a comment to something I posted on an Instagram story: “You should delete this.” One from Facebook Messenger: “Hey. Are you still in Dubai?” One from Gmail: “TERENCE, your Qantas Frequent Flyer PIN had been reset.” I didn’t reset my PIN. Well, fuck. “I didn’t […]

Here’s what Netflix has scheduled for July

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Each month Netflix comes at us with a huge lineup of content. 24 Netflix Original Series, 11 Netflix Flim’s, 3 Comedies, 11 Documentaries, 8 for the Kids & Family, 2 Original Animes, and 6 blockbuster highlights! Highlights Pitch Perfect (2010) Beca, a freshman at Barden University, is cajoled into joining The Bellas, her school’s all-girls singing group. Injecting some much needed energy into their repertoire, The Bellas take on their […]

World’s First Robot Restaurant Complex, where the robots cook for you.

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Just this week, the first robot restaurant complex at Shunde, a city in China’s Guangdong province. (Yeah, we’ve started planning our next trip..) Built by a subsidiary of Country Garden, Qianxi, the incredible robo-restaurant army is powered by the latest in advanced technologies to deliver meals in seconds. But wait until you see how cute they look! Handled by a group of more than 20 in-house robot chefs, meals are […]

End of Era for macOS X, Hello macOS Big Sur

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Apple today introduced the newest version of macOS, the operating system that runs on the Mac. macOS 11.0 Big Sur is now available in beta for registered developers who want to test out the new features and ensure their software is compatible. This signals the end of macOS X (formally Mac OS X), or macOS 10.0 which originally released March 24, 2001. macOS Big Sur is a major update that […]

iOS 14 introduces setting default Mail and Web Browser apps

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This morning Apple ran through with its WWDC announcement, however, they left something out that was only included on the Preview website for the update. You will now be able to set the default application for Mail and Web Browser Apple has been heavily criticised in the past for forcing all iOS and iPadOS users to use its built-in Safari and Mail applications, with no option to change the defaults. […]

iOS 14 adds widgets to home screen, redesigned Siri

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The newest major version of iOS has been revealed at WWDC 2020, and the biggest change you’ll notice will be the fact that you can now add widgets to the home screen. Widgets, in general, get a noticeable redesign that allows them to fit in better with the home screen whilst also showing relevant and timely information at a glance – and they come in a variety of sizes versus […]

“A historic day”: Apple confirms Macs will move to its own processors

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It’s been an open secret in recent weeks, but Apple has today confirmed at WWDC 2020 that it will release future Macs with its own ARM-powered silicon processors. The move, according to Apple, will allow it to have much better performance whilst also using less power – something ideal for its line of laptops (such as the MacBook Pro). It will also mean that the gap between the iPhone/iPad and […]

No, Apple and Google didn’t secretly install a COVID-19 tracker on your phone

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It’s not new information that it is very easy to distribute misinformation on Facebook – and often it’s because someone tries to connect the dots on two separate pieces of information and thinks “oh my god, there must be something suspicious going on” when there isn’t. Add this one to your list of things you shouldn’t trust on Facebook. So, did you know that when everyone was having ‘phone disruptions’ […]