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Microsoft disconnects Xbox Kinect manufacturing, permanently Successors of Microsoft's Kinect technology live on, but the peripheral that allows you to use yourself as an Xbox controller is no longer being manufactured.
Twitter to officially live stream 2017 Melbourne Cup Carnival Twitter, Seven Network, and the Victoria Racing Club (VRC) have announced a deal to live stream the 2017 Emirates Melbourne Cup to an Australian and…
Size matters after all: Telstra offers refunds for AFL Live Pass After the ACCC raised concerns about Telstra's disclosure of the size of its viewing screen available on mobiles and tablets, the telco is "offering refunds…
Xbox One X games line-up to showcase its 'true power' at PAX 2017 PAX 2017 is Melbourne's "pop culture" and gaming expo, with Microsoft to showcase its most powerful Xbox yet, the One X with a suite of…
Spotting a miner using your PC's power is easy, says IT expert Visiting a Web page that quietly uses the visitor's computing power to mine digital currencies through a script on the page in question will result…
LAUNCH VIDEOS: Demand Responsive public transport technology arrives in Australia in new trial Transit Systems and Bridj are launching its "Demand Responsive bus services" in Western Sydney in late November, disrupting the Australian public transport space while still…
5G will bring benefits to Australian digital economy: report A new report has painted a glowing picture of the benefits that are likely to push growth in the Australian digital economy to new heights…
Apple Pay coming to eftpos for nearly 1.6 million ANZ Access customers With eftpos the most widely used debit card system in Australia, ANZ Access customers can now CHQ and SAV their transactions using iPhones, Apple Watch…
Limited Edition Star Wars Battlefront II Playstation 4 blasts into orbit Sony Interactive Entertainment Australia has unveiled two limited edition Playstation 4 bundles with a Star Wars Battlefront II theme to celebrate destroying the Death Star,…

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