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North Korea spy claims as man charged with selling weapons of mass destruction

Police have confirmed the arrest of a man of North Korean descent who has now ben charged with two counts of attempting to sell missiles and with another four under legislation enforcing United Nations and Australian sanctions against North Korea. Police swooped on Eastwood, a suburb of Sydney on Saturday in a dramatic arrest to prevent a sale allegedly worth “tens of millions of dollars”. The suspect was arrested for attempting to sell WMD related equipment and warheads, including software for the guidance systems of ballistic missiles. The charges are…

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Technology 

Kodi CRACKDOWN – Users warned as major illegal streaming operation launched

KODI Kodi users are being warned about add-ons and illegal streaming devices Kodi users have been warned about using add-ons for illegal streaming or buying fully loaded boxes as a fresh piracy crackdown was launched. The Kodi surge continues without any sign of stopping, as users continue to ditch paid TV for the online player. Research has suggested Kodi – which offers access to thousands of channels – is being used in more than five million UK homes. Kodi software is not illegal, but developers can produce third-party add-ons that…

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Technology 

Microsoft Surface Phone CONFIRMED as code hidden in new app hints at FOLDING smartphone

Surface Phone rumours are back, thanks to a morsel of code buried in the latest version of Microsoft’s Whiteboard desktop app. Whispers of a premium smartphone designed by Panos Panay and the team behind the likes of the Surface Pro and Surface Laptop had died down following the demise of Windows 10 Mobile. Of course, Microsoft never confirmed it was building a flagship Windows 10 smartphone. However, a number of prominent figures had teased the development of a productivity-focused mobile phone. CEO Satya Nadella raised hopes amongst Microsoft fans earlier…

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Razer Cynosa Chroma Release Date, Price and Specs – CNET

This stylish keyboard can be enjoyed by anyone, gamer or not. Ian Knighton/CNET Razer‘s tagline may be “For gamers. By gamers,”  but it has a growing list of products you don’t need to be a gamer to appreciate. First was the Razer Blade Stealth ($1,449.99 at Amazon.com), an ultrathin laptop to compete with the MacBooks ($1,239.00 at Amazon.com) of the world. Now there’s the Razer Cynosa Chroma. The Cynosa is technically a gaming keyboard, but its three best features have little to do with gaming: Spill resistance, how it looks and what…

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WATCH: US nuclear tests show what END OF THE WORLD could look like if WW3 broke out

GETTY Between 1945 and 1962 the US conducted more than 1,054 nuclear arms tests [embedded content] Between 1945 and 1962 the US conducted more than 1,054 nuclear arms tests. Around 210 of these blasts were atmospheric nuclear tests over remote sites in New Mexico, Nevada, and both the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans. At least 10,000 recordings were captured, however, over time some of these have been left to slowly decay in high-security vaults. Dr Gregg Spriggs and his team of researchers have spent five years restoring 6,500 videos in an…

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Science 

KILLER robots? Artificial intelligence ‘will be used to do EVIL THINGS’ warns expert

Martin Ford, the author behind New York Times bestseller ‘Rise of the Robots’, said there are many risks that people must be aware of when it comes to role of artificial intelligence in society. He said: “Artificial intelligence, robots and smart software are going to be used by criminals to hack in to systems and do evil things.” When questioned on the threat of blackmailing hackers, the robotics expert gave an insight into what may be to come. He told the Daily Star Online: “There will also be the other…

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Technology 

Mozilla backpedals after Mr. Robot-Firefox misstep – CNET

It sounded like a good idea at Mozilla — promote computer security and privacy awareness using a tie-in with an online game from the popular Mr. Robot hacker TV series. But almost immediately, the plan started backfiring. On Wednesday, Firefox users started complaining that a cryptic extension had been installed in their browser with no explicit permission or explanation of what it does — only a description that read “MY REALITY IS DIFFERENT THAN YOURS.” People ripped into Mozilla in a Reddit discussion after one Firefox user fretted, “I have…

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Windows 10 free update – Time is running out for you to upgrade for nothing

Windows 10 free downloads are still available for PC users who have not upgraded to Microsoft’s flagship OS, but time is running out fast. The main official Windows 10 free download offer ended on July 29 2016, with Microsoft laying down a cut off point to download and upgrade for nothing. However, there were still a number of routes open to PC owners looking to download Windows 10 for free. One of those Windows 10 free download options is the assistive technology route, which previously had no end date. However,…

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Lifestyle 

Kodi SHOCK as ‘How to Stream Sky Sports for FREE’ tutorials plague YouTube

GETTY • YOUTUBE Tutorials purporting to show How To Stream Sky Sports On Kodi have plagued YouTube YouTube tutorials teaching Kodi users to pirate live content from the likes of Sky Sports, BT Sport, and more, is available to watch for free. Searching YouTube for videos about streaming Sky Sports on the Kodi platform returns more than 150,000 videos. Many of these boast thousands of views, but the most-viewed have 500,000 hits under their belt. For those unaware, Kodi is a neutral, open-source media player which can be installed on…

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Apple has hidden a secret Christmas feature on your iPhone, here’s how to find it

Apple has hidden a festive Easter egg inside the App Store app on iOS. Ahead of Christmas, iPhone and iPad owners can trigger snowfall on their device within the digital store. Simply head to the Ap Store, then hit the search icon in the bottom left-hand corner. Tap to the bar at the top of the screen to kickstart a new search and type in “let it snow”. You should see snow start to fall across the screen. Shaking the iPhone or iPad will agitate the snowflakes, like an iOS-powered…

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