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22 Jan 2:14pm Amazon Go: convenience and concern at new checkout-free corner shop
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Newly opened Seattle store offers a speedy experience while fueling fears for retail jobs All around me in this Seattle corner shop, people are grabbing items off the shelves, shoving them into bags or pockets, and bolting for the door. It would feel like well-mannered looting if not for the hi-tech gates where shoppers have to swipe in with their smartphones. This is the first day that Amazon’s
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Four ways to avoid being a victim of Russian cyberwarfare 22 Jan 9:48am Four ways to avoid being a victim of Russian cyberwarfare
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Don’t be duped by a bot or phished like Hillary Clinton’s campaign – follow these four simple steps to outflank Putin’s digital foot soldiers
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22 Jan 7:29am My bedroom is a phone-free zone and I feel so much better for it
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I get more and better sleep, feel less anxiety and even get out of bed quicker – and it’s all because social media sucks I never quite fell in love with smartwatches, but I do credit my brief time with one for sparking the most positive change to my life for years: relegating my smartphone to the hallway. With only one plug socket by my bed, and no space for an adaptor, I had to choose one device to win the hallowed bedside charging position. Thanks to my desire to eke out one final hour of standing time to goose my activity tracking, the watch won.
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Eve V review: upstart Windows tablet for power users has great potential 22 Jan 5:46am Eve V review: upstart Windows tablet for power users has great potential
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This crowdfunded and croudsourced machine could offer something special if its niggles are ironed out On paper the Eve V reads like it should be the king of Windows tablets – a Surface Pro but with more ports, longer battery life and more features.
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Financial regulator wants to go under cover on dark web 21 Jan 11:28pm Financial regulator wants to go under cover on dark web
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Australian Securities and Investment Commission says it needs more powers due to use of dark web in financial crime The corporate watchdog wants new powers for its investigators to go undercover to combat financial crime on the dark web. The Australian Securities and Investment Commission has said it needs more investigatory powers because the increasing use of the dark web and virtual currencies such as bitcoin has facilitated financial crime.
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