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This week, I read through a history of everything I’ve said to Alexa, and it felt a little bit like reading an old diary. Until I remembered that the things I’ve told Alexa in private are stored on an Amazon server and have possibly been read by an Amazon employee. This is all to make Alexa better, the company keeps saying. However, to many people, it’s not immediately obvious how humans interacting with your seemingly private voice commands is anything other than surveillance. Alexa, these people say, is a spy hiding in a wiretapping device.

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After concerns about the Galaxy Fold’s durability, earlier this week Samsung pushed back the release of its very expensive and highly anticipated bendable phone.

Then yesterday, iFixit posted some theories on why the Fold might be failing. But today, iFixit released its full teardown for the Galaxy Fold, giving us the best look inside Samsung’s fragile foldable yet.

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The never-ending saga surrounding Apple’s newer MacBook keyboards just saw a slightly refreshing update. In a leaked internal memo, the company says that all keyboard repairs must now be done in store with a one-day turnaround. So if you’ve been putting off getting your sticky or unresponsive keys fixed, now’s the time to make a Genius Bar appointment.

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We’re all fighting a battle against the daily deluge of incoming emails, and one of the ways you can turn the tide — and get your inbox a little more organised — is by creating an email alias. This feature is available on email services from Google, Apple, and Microsoft, and is also useful for protecting your identity and your privacy.

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It's been a big few weeks for Tesla.

Earlier this month it revealed its $US35,000 Model 3 and also announced its intention to close the majority of its stores to remain financially stable. Two weeks later it decided to keep more stores open than anticipated (and bump up prices), as well as announce the new V3 Supercharger.

Oh and there was some casual contempt of court stuff, too.

Now it has revealed its much-anticipated electric SUV, the Model Y.

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Historically, Australian internet is hot garbage. There might be small pockets of the country with something approximating a modern broadband connection, but for the most part, we're behind the curve. It's why Aussies have never really taken cloud gaming seriously, and why the companies that have offered it have never seriously expanded into Australia: it's a service for countries that don't treat modern infrastructure like a political football.

But eventually progress brings everyone forward. And while previous attempts to introduce cloud gaming to Australians has been forgettable, the upcoming launches of Microsoft's Project xCloud and Google's Project Stream will finally give us a workable glimpse into the future.

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The streaming giant is well known for their original movies, sitcoms and investments into various franchises, but Netflix's library of anime content has grown nicely over the last few years as well. Here's 17 films or series that are worth your time.

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The world is filled with amazing technologies, many that are so old we don’t even think of them as technologies at all.

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Maybe you’ve grown tired of your current laptop or desktop operating system and you just want to try something different. Or maybe you need to use multiple OSes for work. Either way, the need for a new operating system doesn’t mean you need a whole new computer. There are numerous ways to run other operating systems without going out and buying a new machine. We’ve gathered your options, with the pros and cons for each, below.

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There’s at least one healthy New Year’s resolution that you may actually maintain through the year, suggests a new study: cutting down on your drinking. The study found that UK residents who tried to abstain from alcohol for the month of January in 2018 - as part of a public health campaign called “Dry January” - continued to drink less eight months later.