Google Maps for the body video

female liver

An Australian team is using Google's mapping technologies on the human body.

Juror sides with Kleiner

Erin Malone, an alternate juror in Pao vs Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers case and a partner at user-experience design firm Tangible UX, poses in her San Francisco neighborhood of Bernal Heights, March 28, 2015.  The gender discrimination and retaliation case that racked Silicon Valley over the past month became a referendum on the lousy situation of women in technology, but the lone woman in technology on the jury-- a 51 year old user-experience designer who served as an alternate juror-- couldn't bring herself to hold the powerful venture firm responsible. Photo taken March 28, 2015.  REUTERS/Sarah McBride

An at times unfriendly office does not amount to discrimination, one juror says.

Wii U Legend of Zelda delay video

The Legend of Zelda

Nintendo no longer target a 2015 release of the Legends of Zelda on Wii U.

Facebooking in virtual reality

A picture illustration shows a Facebook logo reflected in a person's eye, in Zenica, March 13, 2015. Facebook Inc recorded a slight increase in government requests for account data in the second half of 2014, according to its Global Government Requests Report, which includes information about content removal.Requests for account data increased to 35,051 in the second half of 2014 from 34,946 in the first half, with requests from countries such as India rising and those from others including United States and Germany falling, the report by the world's largest Internet social network showed. Facebook said it restricted 9,707 pieces of content for violating local laws, 11 percent more than in the first half, with access restricted to 5,832 pieces in India and 3,624 in Turkey. Picture taken on March 13. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - Tags: SOCIETY PORTRAIT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS TELECOMS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

The promise of VR was on display this week at Facebook's F8 developers' conference.

Time machine obsession

Theoretical physicist Ronald Mallett pours dry ice into a ring laser at a laboratory at the University of Connecticut. Mallett has devoted his research to time travel.

Theoretical physicist has an equation and plans for a device that could put him in touch with his late father.

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digital living

Internet's 'most toxic' community

Reddit has been accused of being the home for racism, misogyny, homophobia.

Scientist Ben Bell set out to quantify exactly which Reddit communities were the proverbial worst.

Neon brings dragons to battle video

Sky TV has sharpened its Neon offering, adding the latest series of Game of Thrones.

Is the internet giving us ADHD?

Netflix spat with Aussie site

gadgets

$60 to evade prohibition

A WAY AROUND THE CENSORS: A Chinese-made portable media player, which North Koreans call "Notel".

Portable media player is providing many North Koreans a window to the outside world despite Govt efforts to ensure isolation.

Eliminate phone envy - for a price

Is it worth signing up to a smartphone trade-up deal? Blayne Slabbert checks them out.

Nick Fuentes with his beloved Nokia 208 after breaking so many smartphones.

Switching from smart to dumb phones

Abandoning your smartphone for an older-style mobile phone frees you to pay more attention to the world around you.

games

Battlefield: As seen on TV video

Battlefield: Hardline.

REVIEW: Battlefield: Hardline is an unashamed love letter to the crime dramas that have dominated the airwaves since the 1970s.

Bloodborne not releasing on PC

Sony has confirmed that Bloodborne is a PlayStation 4 exclusive, with no plans to bring it to PC.

Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor : The Bright Lord.

Aussies leak Mordor: GOTY Ed

No official word has been made, but Shadow of Mordor's special edition now has an MA15+ rating.

social networking

Facebooking in virtual reality

A picture illustration shows a Facebook logo reflected in a person's eye, in Zenica, March 13, 2015. Facebook Inc recorded a slight increase in government requests for account data in the second half of 2014, according to its Global Government Requests Report, which includes information about content removal.Requests for account data increased to 35,051 in the second half of 2014 from 34,946 in the first half, with requests from countries such as India rising and those from others including United States and Germany falling, the report by the world's largest Internet social network showed. Facebook said it restricted 9,707 pieces of content for violating local laws, 11 percent more than in the first half, with access restricted to 5,832 pieces in India and 3,624 in Turkey. Picture taken on March 13. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - Tags: SOCIETY PORTRAIT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS TELECOMS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

The promise of VR was on display this week at Facebook's F8 developers' conference.

Zuckerberg's plans for Messenger

Facebook app can now track packages, make reservations and help businesses communicate with customers.

essel CEO and co-founder Jason Kilar, left, and co-founder Richard Tom, right, pose for a photo at their headquarters in San Francisco.

Would you pay for content?

Vessel will charge $3 per month for exclusive early access to clips of musicians, sporting events etc.

Apps

Twitter launches video app

Twitter's announcement comes on the same day that Meerkat unveiled a list of investors.

Twitter Inc launched a video streaming app called Periscope on Thursday.

Messenger app to mix it up

Facebook's Messenger app is evolving into a multitasking tool .

Today's concept of a "burn book" was popularized by the movie Mean Girls

Burnbook bullying app

"This app was created to increase cyberbullying. There's no other reason."

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Aussie team builds Google Maps for the body

Google's mapping technologies can now be used on the human body.

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