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Elon Musk's Neuralink claims monkeys can play Pong using just their minds
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Elon Musk's Neuralink claims monkeys can play Pong using just their minds

Neuralink, the implant company owned by SpaceX and Tesla CEO Elon Musk, has released a video of a monkey playing the computer game Pong with its mind.

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Apple has win over Fortnite
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Apple has win over Fortnite

Apple has had a win over game developer Epic Games which had accused it of breaching Australian consumer law by removing Fornite from the app store.

Apple to sell genuine iPhone parts to independent repairers, with some caveats

Apple to sell genuine iPhone parts to independent repairers, with some caveats

Apple is offering independent repairers in Australia access to official parts and training for the first time. However, the deal comes with some strings attached.

  • by Tim Biggs
Staring at our devices is making life very blurry

Staring at our devices is making life very blurry

For a while now, “good” screen time and “bad” screen time have resisted clear delineation.

  • by Amelia Lester
Rise of another monster hunting juggernaut

Rise of another monster hunting juggernaut

The release of a new Monster Hunter is practically a public holiday in Japan. But for first timers Monster Hunter Rise can be a lot to take in.

  • by Tim Biggs
Social media sites Facebook and Instagram go down
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Social media sites Facebook and Instagram go down

Facebook and Instagram are experiencing major global outages this morning with many users unable to connect to the sites.

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For free ebooks, magazines and streaming, look locally

For free ebooks, magazines and streaming, look locally

When weighing up subscription entertainment it can be easy to forget the original and best service you already pay for in your taxes: the library.

  • by Alice Clarke
Apple sets off to rule mobile gaming, embracing classics and casuals

Apple sets off to rule mobile gaming, embracing classics and casuals

Apple Arcade swells to include 180 games on mobile as the tech giant embarks on its biggest push yet to dominate the mobile video game industry.

  • by Tim Biggs
What to do if your data is included in the massive Facebook leak

What to do if your data is included in the massive Facebook leak

Security experts have now indexed and organised the leak of half a billion phone numbers, so you can check if yours is affected.

  • by Tim Biggs
Sonos’ first truly portable speaker is a pint-sized powerhouse

Sonos’ first truly portable speaker is a pint-sized powerhouse

The Sonos Roam packs a lot of tech and sound into a speaker the size of a water bottle.

  • by Adam Turner
Facebook data on millions of users re-emerges online for free

Facebook data on millions of users re-emerges online for free

The personal data of more than half a billion Facebook users re-emerged online for free, a reminder of the company’s ability to collect mountains of information and its struggles to protect these sensitive assets.

  • by Kurt Wagner