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Ransomware victim Kaseya gets master key to unlock networks

Ransomware victim Kaseya gets master key to unlock networks

After the criminal gang responsible disappeared from the internet last week, a key unlocking the systems of more than 1000 global victims has appeared.

  • by Frank Bajak

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Websites of airlines, banks and tech companies back up after global outage

Websites of airlines, banks and tech companies back up after global outage

Several airlines, banks and technology websites were coming back online after the third such widespread incident in two months, raising alarms across social media.

A high-end TV that might actually fit in your space (and budget)

A high-end TV that might actually fit in your space (and budget)

It’s extremely rare to find a TV under 50 inches that has all the tech and features of the biggest and best models.

  • by Tim Biggs
Atari VCS review
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Atari VCS review

9News.com.au goes hands-on with the Atari VCS to see how it stacks up against the other new-gen hardware, as Atari launches its first console in over 20 years.

Apple TV update puts sound around and above you, using only AirPods

Apple TV update puts sound around and above you, using only AirPods

Apple’s Spatial Audio is enabled in the latest beta software for Apple TV, and it’s one of the most convincing virtual surround technologies yet.

  • by Krishan Sharma
How to really hear the crowd roar at home

How to really hear the crowd roar at home

With the Olympics and various sports finals almost upon us, it’s time to make sure your sound system is up to the challenge.

  • by Alice Clarke
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Boards set to face the music on cyber security lapses

Boards set to face the music on cyber security lapses

Company directors need to be more accountable when it comes to IT security, experts say, as frequency of ransomware attacks globally continues to escalate.

  • by Tim Biggs
Twitter expands efforts in AI-assisted war on COVID fake news

Twitter expands efforts in AI-assisted war on COVID fake news

Twitter has removed more than 40,000 pieces of content, and suspended around 1500 accounts, as part of its efforts to suppress COVID-19 misinformation.

  • by Tim Biggs
Get ready to sweat as cult fitness platform Peloton arrives in Australia

Get ready to sweat as cult fitness platform Peloton arrives in Australia

If the livestreamed exercise sessions don’t get your heart rate up, the high price of the bike and programmes probably will.

  • by Alice Clarke
Google cops $790m French fine for ‘serious breaches’ of news deal

Google cops $790m French fine for ‘serious breaches’ of news deal

Google was fined 500 million euros in France after the search giant failed to follow an order to thrash out a fair deal with publishers to use their news content on its platform.

  • by Gaspard Sebag
Reddit expands operations to Australia with new Sydney office

Reddit expands operations to Australia with new Sydney office

The online news and discussion company has built a local team to look after communities, moderation and sales.

  • by Tim Biggs