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What is... a data furnace?
What is... a data furnace?
Put the heat generated by a computer to good use: data furnace firm Nerdalize is offering free heating in exchange for running a server from your home.
 
Investigator: The pros and cons of grey importing
Investigator: The pros and cons of grey importing
Anthony Caruana wonders if the cheap way is the right way?
 
The dawn of the biofabricator
The dawn of the biofabricator
Biofabrication takes place at the intersection of biology and technology.
Interview: Hacknet's Matt Trobbiani 

Interview: Hacknet's Matt Trobbiani

We caught up with the aussie developer behind new hit hacking game.
How to: Make Windows admin easy with PowerShell 

How to: Make Windows admin easy with PowerShell

Windows’ next-generation scripting host can save you time and effort when it comes to managing PCs. Jonathan Noble introduces PowerShell.
Virtual Reality: The time has come 

Virtual Reality: The time has come

The once-bitten, twice-shy Jack Schofield thought VR was pure hype. Here, he reveals why the virtual revolution could be just months away.
Hands-on Preview: Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 

Hands-on Preview: Call of Duty: Black Ops 3

Is third time the charm? Or has the world's most popular frag-fest gone and jumped the shark?
Spotify - and everyone else - wants all of your data 

Spotify - and everyone else - wants all of your data

Privacy's important and tech giants should do better, but blind outrage isn't the answer.
Windows 95 two decades on 

Windows 95 two decades on

After two decades, we ponder what made Win95 so great.
Playing the Indie Game: Indies thrive in community 

Playing the Indie Game: Indies thrive in community

The Australian game development community has changed in some fundamental ways. Learn how it has changed, and how you can use it to your advantage.
Hands-on preview: Assassin's Creed Syndicate 

Hands-on preview: Assassin's Creed Syndicate

We dive head-first into the world of Jack the Ripper at Ubisoft's new studio in Quebec City.
Hands-on Preview: Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+ 

Hands-on Preview: Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+

We've already gone all touchy-feely with the sharpest phablet there's ever been.
What is... The dark web? 

What is... The dark web?

There’s a dark side to the internet that you may not know about...
Some Journeys are worth coming back to 

Some Journeys are worth coming back to

Journey remains as effecting a game as ever on PS4.
Valiant Hearts: The game it took 100 years to make 

Valiant Hearts: The game it took 100 years to make

How do you turn one of the greatest tragedies of the 20th century into a game?
What is... Transition-metal dichalcogenide? 

What is... Transition-metal dichalcogenide?

A new super-thin material could pave the way for flexible electronics and ultra-light displays.
Hands-on Preview: Disney Infinity 3.0  

Hands-on Preview: Disney Infinity 3.0

JAMES O’CONNOR is finally getting that toy lightsabre.
Why Apple locking down OS X system tweaks is a bad move 

Why Apple locking down OS X system tweaks is a bad move

Craig Grannell laments Apple’s increasingly locked down platforms, which block people figuring out how stuff works.
Hands-on Preview: Samsung Galaxy Note 5 

Hands-on Preview: Samsung Galaxy Note 5

Samsung's new flagship phablet is here - and we've spent some time with it.
 What is... Tesla’s Powerwall?  

What is... Tesla’s Powerwall?

Elon Musk has been breaking boundaries again: this time he’s launching a smart-home battery system that stores cheap or solar energy to be used later.
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