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 Friday, 7-October-2016  13:27:05 (GMT +10) - by Agg

The NBN's second satellite, Sky Muster II, has successfully launched into orbit. NBN said the satellite would undergo final technical testing over the coming months and would soon provide additional data capacity to the original Sky Muster. "Our satellites will ensure that no Australian gets left behind by providing access to fast broadband for those who need it the most," NBN chief executive Bill Morrow said.

Techgage built a mini gaming powerhouse. Pro gaming on a budget. With help from AMD and FNATIC, a compact LAN party PC was put together, capable of 1080p gaming for just $500. With eSports taking off in a big way, you donít always need ultra settings to pull off a 360-no-scope. We take this FNATIC sponsored system for a test drive and find out just how much gaming you can pack into a tiny PC with the help of AMDís APU.

Reuters are reporting that Yahoo scanned customer emails for the U.S. intelligence services. Some surveillance experts said this represents the first case to surface of a U.S. Internet company agreeing to an intelligence agency's request by searching all arriving messages, as opposed to examining stored messages or scanning a small number of accounts in real time. It is not known what information intelligence officials were looking for, only that they wanted Yahoo to search for a set of characters. That could mean a phrase in an email or an attachment, said the sources, who did not want to be identified. Other tech giants have rushed to explain that they have not done the same thing.

Melbourne has a new cyber security mega-hub. The CSIRO's digital research unit Data61 has opened the doors to its new national cyber security centre in Melbourne, situated alongside IT security experts from Oxford University and the state government. Data61 agreed to move its national cyber security centre to the Docklands Goods Shed earlier this year, after Oxford University picked the spot as the location for its own global cyber security capacity centre (GCSCC) last December.

The Moral Machine is an interesting exercise. A platform for gathering a human perspective on moral decisions made by machine intelligence, such as self-driving cars. We show you moral dilemmas, where a driverless car must choose the lesser of two evils, such as killing two passengers or five pedestrians. As an outside observer you judge which outcome you think is more acceptable. You can then see how your responses compare with those of other people.



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