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Sony's Spider-Man Movie-verse Will Feature Carnage, And May Include Kraven And Mysterio Films

The still atrociously named "Sony's Marvel Universe" is getting bigger. Sony has lifted the lid off the future of its Spider-Man movies after Homecoming, and it seems like Peter Parker is going to have a lot on his plate, with not just future MCU adventures, but some of his most iconic foes coming to the silver screen. More »      

Here Are The Jaw-Dropping Battles (And Brienne's Badarse Training) From The Latest Game Of Thrones Featurette

HBO Spain's been hiding the latest peek at season seven of Game of Thrones inside a exhibit in Madrid, and they recently gave the public an inside glimpse at what a lucky few already knew. Before winter even arrives, you can expect to see a hell of a lot of carnage. More »      

Australia Just Got A Rare Look At Our New Overlord, The Flapjack Octopus

Octopuses are up to something. Cephalopods -- the class of molluscs to which octopus, squid and cuttlefish belong -- are some of the most intelligent creatures on the planet, and they know it. These squishy geniuses are masterful escape artists and like to mess with humans by shooting water at aquarium light switches and even employees. Show More Summary

The Simple Little Device Making Buses Safer

With 90 per cent of all Australian crashes caused by minor mistakes such as distraction, fatigue or being slightly above the speed limit, the installation of early warning system "Mobileye" across a fleet of Victorian and NSW buses hopes to minimise at-fault incidents, prevent collisions and injuries - and potentially save lives. More »      

Scientists Propose A New Way To Test How Space Radiation Will Fry You

You're probably aware of some of the challenges of sending astronauts to space. Getting to space, that's one for sure. But there's another insidious effect you might not think of. Tissue damage from radiation. More »      

Teen Titans + Lego Dimensions = Take My Money

So if you've been watching Teen Titans Go!, you might be a little wary of giving what has historically been an awesome crime-fighting crew another chance. (For those not reading between the lines, the show is er, not great). But this? This is good. More »      

Breaking Down All The Secrets And Surprises Of The New Game Of Thrones Trailer

Winter has come to Westeros in the form of a brand new trailer for Game of Thrones' penultimate season. It's jam-packed with footage that lines up with all the rumours we've been hearing about the show over the last year, so let's break it all down to see what secrets we can uncover. More »      

55 Victorian Speed And Red Light Cameras Infected With Ransomware

WannaCry ransomware has infected 55 speed and red-light cameras in Victoria - and human error is the cause. More »      

The High Schoolers Hunting For The Universe's Secrets

Four British schoolboys had just been called from class. They were 10 days away from their A-level exams, the ones that determine the direction the rest of their lives would take, but they'd been interrupted from their studies to discuss the deepest secrets of the universe -- their work hunting for the magnetic monopole at the Large Hadron Collider. More »      

Technology Is The Key To Great STEM Teaching

Samsung and the University of Canberra's STEM Education Research Centre have just announced research findings they say proves a technology-enabled approach to teaching significantly improves competency in STEM among primary and secondary...Show More Summary

The OnePlus 5 Is The New Android IPhone Ripoff - In A Very Good Way

The OnePlus employees seemed a little annoyed when I asked how they felt about people comparing its new device to an iPhone. Sure, both phones feature dual camera designs. Yes, the OnePlus 5 has curves that look a lot like an Apple product. Ugh, fine, it's a really good phone, too. What's the big deal? More »      

This Snack Machine Conspiracy Is The Greatest Operation In CIA History

There's more than one moment in the 2006 thriller The Good Shepherd, when any rational movie watcher thinks, "Crap, does Matt Damon know what he's doing, setting up the CIA as the most powerful spy agency in the world?" Those doubts,...Show More Summary

Watch The BBC News At 10 Have A Complete Meltdown

This is like something out of Anchorman. Only it's real. Very real. More »      

12 Tools And Apps That Make Working From Home Easier

With so many in the workforce now freelancing, more and more of us are ditching the traditional office environment for anywhere we can get wi-fi. More »      

Jason Isaacs Looks So Uncomfortable In His Star Trek: Discovery Uniform

We have our very first look at Jason Isaacs as Captain Gabriel Lorca on the bridge of the USS Discovery, and my god does nothing about this look comfortable. Not the chair, not the costume, not his posture. It feels oddly appropriate. More »      

The Hunt For Gravitational Waves Is Officially Headed To Space

It took around a hundred years between Albert Einstein crafting his theory of general relativity and the confirmation of one of its wildest predictions, gravitational waves. So naturally, folks have been especially sceptical about funding expensive projects to look harder for them. Show More Summary

Facebook Is Teaming Up With Australian Federal Police To Help Find Missing Children

Australia's Police Commissioners and Facebook will today launch the national roll-out of the Facebook AMBER Alert system, used to help find and return abducted children. More »      

This Is One Of The Coolest Shots Of The Mars Curiosity Rover We've Ever Seen

See that faint, blue dot in the middle of this NASA image? That's the Curiosity rover making its way up the rocky slopes of Mount Sharp. The robotic lander, now approaching its fifth year of operation, has never looked so lonely. More »      

Kogan Has Mobile Broadband Now

Kogan Mobile just announced its expansion into mobile broadband, using Vodafone's 4G network. The monthly plans range from 8GB for $29.90 to 30GB for $49.90. More »      

Our Chief Scientist, On The Future of Electricity In Australia

Australia's Chief Scientist, Dr Alan Finkel, yesterday spoke to the National Press Club about about the future of electricity in this country. Here's the speech in full. More »      

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