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Watch: Batman And Aquaman Get Teaser Trailers For 'Justice League'

There's a Justice League trailer dropping this weekend, so here's a couple of teaser trailers to tide you over, featuring Bruce "Everyone Knows I'm Batman By Now, Right" Wayne, and everyone's favourite Extreme Makeover transformation, AquaDrogo. More »      

Australian Climate Change Authority Members Quit, Blaming Government 'Right Wing Anti-Science Extremists’

John Quiggin and Danny Price have resigned from the Climate Change Authority, with Quiggin speaking out against the lack of Government interest in the advice the authority has to offer, and "right wing anti-science activists" within both the media and the government itself. More »      

The New 'Baywatch' Trailer Is Here And It Is Ridiculous (In The Best Possible Way)

This might be the stupidest movie trailer I've ever seen, and that's not a bad thing. I mean, the tagline for this movie is "Lifesaving takes a pair" so I think I'm right not to be taking it seriously here. More »      

Why 'Interstellar' Was So Misunderstood

Think you "got" Interstellar? You might be wrong. Mikey Neumann does it again, revealing levels upon levels you might have missed. More »      

Australia's EpiPens Recalled For Failing To Work

People around the world depend on their EpiPen to work in the case of life-threatening allergic reactions. But two people recently found out the hard way that their EpiPens were faulty. As a result, the makers of EpiPen are recalling over 81,000 EpiPens in Australia, New Zealand, Norway, Denmark, Finland, Ireland and Japan. More »      

The Directors Of Swiss Army Man Are Making A Sci-Fi Movie

And you've probably heard of the producers, too. More »      

Yesterday's Flash/Supergirl Musical Was Pure Joy In TV Form

If I think about yesterday's crossover episode of The Flash for approximately more than five seconds, one of two things happens. I either realise that much of "Duet", from its premise to its villain to its character arcs, was flying by at the speed of Barry Allen on the seat of his pants. Or I remember it was so fun that I totally don't care. More »      

The Director Of Power Rangers Stands Behind His Bold Choices For The Movie

Power Rangers is the movie director Dean Israelite wanted to make. Whether you love the finished product or hate it, the director had a vision and he stuck to it. And when we asked him about his reasons for going certain directions with the movie, Israelite had an explanation for every decision he made -- and he still stands by them. More »      

So Who Won Our Qantas Wi-Fi Competition?

Who's going to fly with us on a special charter flight from Sydney to test out Qantas's mid-air Wi-Fi? Here's where you find out. More »      

The LEGO Ultimate Collectors Series Snowspeeder Returns To Hoth (And Toy Stores)

Longtime LEGO Star Wars collectors will remember when the original version of the Ultimate Collector Series Rebel Snowspeeder was released in 2004. The set was unfortunately retired a year later, leaving LEGO AT-ATs to roam about with impunity, but the toymaker is bringing a totally revamped version back. More »      

This Robot Could Save The Great Barrier Reef (And Now You Can Have A Turn)

COTSbot, developed by the University of Queensland, is the world's first robot to target crown-of-thorns starfish. And now, for the first time, the general public will have a chance to fire its injector arm. More »      

Game Of Thrones Is Getting A Tabletop Miniatures Game... Of Thrones

A new tabletop miniatures game is coming, starring your favourite Game of Thrones badarses. CMON Limited has announced its plans for A Song of Ice and Fire. Tabletop Miniatures Game, a new miniatures war game that lets fans of the books and show fight to the death in their quest to control the Seven Kingdoms. More »      

BeatsX Wireless Headphones: Australian Review

You know how when you get a new pair of headphones, taking them out of the box is always a task? You always end up ripping the box to bits because the headphone cable is tangled throughout and hidden away behind plastic and cardboard. But not Beats' new BeatsX wireless headphones. Show More Summary

Trump's Electronics Ban On Aeroplanes Makes Less Sense Every Day

Here's a riddle. If a Trump policy targets random locations in the Middle East, and nobody can explain it, does anybody really know what's happening? It's a tough riddle because it's practically impossible to answer. Yet, this is our reality now. More »      

LG's 2017 OLED TVs: Australian Review

LG (currently) has the monopoly on OLED screens, and for good reason - the technology is notoriously expensive and difficult to engineer. But the results? Genuinely the closest you will get to a high-quality cinema experience in the home. But after spending the night with LG's latest OLED range, I'd say it's even better. More »      

15-Year-Old Girl Allegedly Sexually Assaulted On Facebook Live While 40 People Watched

Since it debuted nearly a year ago, Facebook Live has been rife with content moderation problems. The latest in a long line of horrific examples comes from Chicago, where the Associated Press reports that a missing 15-year-old girl was allegedly sexually assaulted by up to six people while about 40 people watched the stream. More »      

Mass Effect: Andromeda Is Full Of SpaceX Easter Eggs

Set far in the future of humankind, Mass Effect. Andromeda chronicles the journey of a group of intrepid pioneers who become the first humans to travel outside our galaxy. Yet even as it builds this unknown world, Mass Effect never forgets those who are pioneering today, throwing in a handful of loving references to SpaceX and the ESA, among others. More »      

Experts Speak Out About The Government's National Science Statement: What Does It Mean For Australia?

The Federal Government has released The National Science Statement, outlining a four stage plan to boost science and technology in Australia. Namely, by "engaging all Australians with science, building scientific skills, producing new research and technology, and improving Australians' lives through research". Here's what experts have to say about the plan. More »      

The Teaser For Netflix's Death Note Adaptation Is The Most Netflix Thing Ever Made

I really, really wish there was something more interesting going on in the footage from Netflix's adaptation of Death Note. Instead, it looks exactly like every other drama from Netflix. Angsty leads, washed out colours, and the occasional flash of a CG effect. More »      

North Korea Makes Failed Missile Launch Attempt

North Korea was pretty proud of itself earlier this month when it launched four ballistic missiles in a single day. But much of that enthusiasm has waned overnight as North Korea's latest launch did not go as planned. More »      

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