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Users in the US, UK, India, Singapore, Europe and Australia have reported issues using Gmail.
Jailed WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, who faces up to five years jail in the US, has received a top European award for journalism.
“Alexa, is someone else listening?” Amazon basically confirms it’s eavesdropping on your conversations. But can you disable it?
In its mission to create a walletless future, Samsung is letting customers “tap on” to public transport rides by using their phone.
Scientists in the US have restored some activity within the brain of a pig that had died hours before, raising hopes for some medical advances and questions about the definition of death.
A bedraggled dog has been found in the most unlikely circumstances — 209km off the coast. Her story is amazing.
An Aussie motoring organisation posted a pretty simple road rule question online, but people just couldn’t agree on an answer.
There’s not much going on between the gills of this fish that’s outlived the dinosaurs — its brain cavity is 100 times bigger than the brain itself. Now a Flinders University study has found out why.
As our plastic waste piles up at overstretched facilities or is dumped in Malaysia and Indonesia, the crisis is getting too big to ignore.