The Federal Court has set a deadline for Dallas Buyers Club to draft its letter to suspected pirates, but iiNet and other ISPs now face the unpleasant reality of footing the bill for the long-running legal case.
A brave video camera separates from its owner and goes for a spectacular dive to the ground. The fascinating footage survived the fall.
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Take the art of chilling out at your desk to the next level by installing a heated hammock for your feet.
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Maker WobbleWorks claims the sales milestone makes the 3Doodler the world's most popular 3D-printing device.
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After fighting Dallas Buyers Club in court over the alleged piracy of its customers, iiNet says it will offer free legal services to those individually targeted through legal action.