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 Wednesday, 25-October-2017  13:34:07 (GMT +10) - by Agg

A few people sent in this Four Corners video, "What's Wrong With The NBN?". As the National Broadband Network passes the halfway point in its rollout, Geoff Thompson investigates why Australia's fast broadband is stuck in the slow lane, leaving a growing number of customers disappointed and angry. Discussion continues in our long-running thread here.

The Prime Minister's stance on encryption has drawn criticism from internet security professionals. In a press conference in July announcing the draft legislation Mr Turnbull remarked, in response to a technology journalist's question, that "the laws of mathematics are very commendable, but the only law that applies in Australia is the law of Australia".

A University of Wollongong professor has been awarded for his work on medical 3D printing. This fusing of human biology with engineering and robotics has the potential to fix a patient’s specific medical condition – from cancer to diabetes and neural diseases – by printing a functional 3D structure containing living cells and inserting it into their body via surgery.

If you're a fan of the old IntelliMouse Explorer, you may be happy to hear it's coming back. Microsoft’s original IntelliMouse became a status symbol and a mouse that lived on for what seemed like forever. While Microsoft discontinued the IntelliMouse Explorer 3.0 more than five years ago, fans of the mouse have been scrambling to stockpile them ever since. Microsoft is now bringing back the IntelliMouse with a new modern version that’s based on the IntelliMouse Explorer 3.0.

PAX AU is on in Melbourne this weekend, and HWBOT will be hosting overclocking workshops and competitions. HWBOT, an organization regulating international Overclocking competitions and rankings, today officially announces its first visit to Australia, attending PAX AU in Melbourne on October 27th – 29th.



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