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Our electric car is driving on sunshine | Letters 14 Jul 2017, 1:21pm Our electric car is driving on sunshine | Letters
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Solar-powered vehicles are here – but are they really the answer?Our solar panels occupy only a third of our roof area. Even so, on a summer day they produce about the same power our Volkswagen electric car draws as it charges from a plug in the garage. So, to the extent that we top up during the day, we are literally driving on sunshine: nil use of resources, nil pollution, and, in the context of your article (
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Life hack: how to best arrange your iPhone apps, one icon at a time 14 Jul 2017, 5:34am Life hack: how to best arrange your iPhone apps, one icon at a time
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After years of fiddling, I finally cracked it. This is how you should organise your home screen – and it’s advice that could be handy for Android users too In the 10 years since the iPhone launched, I’ve never really settled on a way to arrange my home screen that I actually like. Folders seem clunky but no folders leaves me with too many things multiple swipes away. Organising by what I use most leaves me with the rarely but rapidly needed apps buried, while organising by speed of access leaves me tapping through multiple times a day. And then there’s aesthetics. Some apps simply don’t deserve to be on my first home screen no matter how much I use them. Mostly games. Game designers can’t make an attractive icon for the life of them, it seems.
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A memory box for the digital age – tech podcast 14 Jul 2017, 2:00am A memory box for the digital age – tech podcast
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Kumbu, a service to preserve your digital memories, in the way you recognise them
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New law would force Facebook and Google to give police access to encrypted messages 13 Jul 2017, 11:14pm New law would force Facebook and Google to give police access to encrypted messages
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Under government plan, internet companies would be obliged to give law enforcement agencies warranted access The Australian government has proposed a new cybersecurity law to force global technology companies such as Facebook and Google to give law enforcement agencies access to encrypted messages sent by suspected extremists and criminals. Malcolm Turnbull said on Friday the law would be modelled on Britain’s Investigatory Powers Act, passed in November, which gave intelligence agencies some of the most extensive surveillance powers in the western world.
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Queensland police urge women to tell of attacks after second Uber driver charged 13 Jul 2017, 8:57pm Queensland police urge women to tell of attacks after second Uber driver charged
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Two men now charged with rape and police believe other sexual assaults may have happened Queensland police are urging women who have been sexually assaulted while using Uber to come forward after a second Brisbane driver was charged with rape. A 37-year-old man was due to face Brisbane magistrates court on Friday charged with the rape of a 16-year-old girl in the city’s south on 8 July.
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