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Facebook has publicly released its most complete community guidelines to date after many years keeping the specific rules its moderators used to govern the platform secret. The update tacked over 5000 more words onto the already unwieldy document, which now includes highly specific examples of banned or heavily regulated content.

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It was recently confirmed that the new Gmail will contain a 'Confidential Mode' which will allow users send emails that will be destroyed after a set period of time.

This is cool and all, but there are still significant questions that need to be answered around compatibility and security.

The good news is that there are a bunch of alternative email clients that offer far more features and privacy.

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There's small screwups and big screwups. Here is tremendously huge screwup: Virtually all Intel processors produced in the last decade have a major security hole that could allow "normal user programs - from database applications to JavaScript in web browsers - to discern to some extent the layout or contents of protected kernel memory areas," the Register reports.


Apple has wrapped up its big event to announce a swathe of new products including the iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s, iPad Pro and iPad Mini 4. Our sister publication, Gizmodo Australia, was on the ground in the US to cover the event and has provided information on the Australian availability and pricing for the four new devices. We've consolidated the information into a nice little package for you here.


If you've ever owned an HTC Android smartphone, you'll know that HTC is pretty tight-fisted when it comes to internal storage, especially when compared with similarly-specced phones from manufacturers such as Motorola and Samsung. What gives?


Fancy a sweet new dual-core Samsung Galaxy S II? Gizmodo has an awesome competition giving away three of these super Android devices -- you just have to prove how badly you need one. Get in quick before the competition closes on Sunday!


The Gizmod Rukus giveaway that Gizmodo is running to give away a free car lets you enter once a day, and we wouldn't want you to miss out on the chance. So in expected Lifehacker style, we've set up a public Google calendar with a reminder so you'll remember to enter every day between now and Thursday when it closes.