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While Google is letting users test out the upcoming Android Q through a public beta program, it’s not going to be for everyone.

If you updated to the Android Q beta build and find your device has slowed down, that the battery isn’t as efficient, or that certain apps don’t run the way they’re supposed to (or at all), you’re not alone and chances are that you need to roll back to Android 9.

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Fans of Netflix's original programming are in for a treat this month with almost all the TV shows falling under the 'Netflix Originals' umbrella. This includes Ultraman, Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Part 2, a new season of She-Ra, and nature documentary Our Planet. Here's the full list!

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Ever feel the need to crush things before you recycle them? Well, it’s often the right instinct, as it conserves space and is more efficient for pick-up by recyclers. Plastic bottles, for instance, are generally best crushed (and left with caps on) when thrown in the recycling bin.

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One of my most prized possessions is the grease crock I inherited from my grandmother. Whenever she made bacon — which was basically every morning ever — she would remove the strips of fried cured pork, then unceremoniously dump the rendered fat into the crock, along with all the little burnt meaty bits. The crock lived right next to the stove, and she would scoop from it, never measuring, whenever she needed “a little grease.”

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Year after year, my son tends to knock school Picture Day out of the park with a confident stance and natural smile. Except for one year when he was two and-a half and in daycare. Because his friends will one day Google his name, I won’t post it here. Instead, I’ll paint a mental picture for you.

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Microsoft made PC gamers’ dreams come true last week when it announced the Halo: Master Chief Collection would be available on PC through Steam and the Windows Store later this year, and now you can sign up for a chance to play the game early via the company’s new Halo Insider program.

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The thinking tends to be that racists raise racists. Therefore, if you see yourself as a good person, raising your kids with inclusive morals, you would have no reason to worry that they’d grow up to the be the sort of person who would march with white nationalists in Charlottesville. But it happens.

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The NSW state election will take place on Saturday, 23 March. If you're not partial to democracy sausages and would prefer to avoid the polling booth crowds you may be able to vote online instead. Intrigued? Here's everything you need to cast a digital vote in the NSW state election.

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Overnight, Google announced their new gaming platform Stadia, at the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco. At its core is a cloud service that streams games to any display without the need for a console or media, giving players the chance to jump straight into a game in seconds. So, what will you need to play on Stadia?

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If you are one to get caught up in details and definitions, cooking from recipes can kick the pedantic portion of your brain into overdrive. Words and phrases that are intuitive to more seasoned home cooks can prove utterly mystifying to newbies, particularly those related to the construct that is time.

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Google has released Android Q to developers and those courageous enough to trust their smartphones with beta software. And while there are lots of new technical changes under the covers, there are lots of things to get excited about when it comes to the usability of the Android OS. Here are five of the features I cannot wait to get my hands on.

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When the iPhone X was announced in September 2017, one of the design "features" was the notch - a small(ish) region that interrupts the otherwise bezel-free display that houses the front camera and FaceID sensors. And while it was panned by many, that didn't stop other phone makers from introducing their own notched displays. But the Galaxy S10 and a number of others are already ditching the notch.