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Linksys' new home Wi-Fi package is a triple threat

The new Max-Stream router, range extender and USB adapter from Linksys are now available in Australia.

By 14 July 2016

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After Dallas shootings, ex-congressman tweets threat of war against Obama

Technically Incorrect: As at least four police officers lie dead, former Rep. Joe Walsh takes to Twitter to threaten the president on behalf of "Real America."

By 8 July 2016

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Orlando gunman posted threats to Facebook before massacre

Omar Mateen threatened additional attacks in a now-deleted post, CBS News reports.

By 16 June 2016

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Google receives threat at HQ, police say

Authorities say there were no injuries.

By 9 April 2016

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Death threat on chat app Yik Yak leads to Missouri arrest

University of Missouri police arrest a man they suspect of posting death threats on Yik Yak, an app popular with college students for being anonymous. Meanwhile, Facebook launches Notify to push news alerts on the iPhone.

By 12 November 2015

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Death threat on chat app Yik Yak leads to Missouri arrest

University of Missouri police arrest a man they suspect of posting death threats on Yik Yak, an app popular with college students for being anonymous. Meanwhile, Facebook launches Notify to push news alerts on the iPhone.

By 12 November 2015

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Inside the RNC's secret cybersecurity battle

The Republican National Convention is under constant attack. Here's how cyberdefense firms keep thousands of connected devices safe around the clock.

By 21 July 2016

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Meet Graham, the hideous creature built to survive car crashes

Happy nightmares! Australian road-safety commission creates the perfect man for car-accident survival. Let's all be thankful we did not evolve in his image.

By 23 July 2016

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What the 2016 WWE draft results mean and why they matter

If you've been wanting to test the waters of pro wrestling, now is the time -- because the WWE essentially just hit the "reset" button.

By 21 July 2016

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BlackBerry CEO chides Apple over 'civil responsibility'

Technically Incorrect: John Chen still finds fault with Apple's refusal to unlock a terrorist's iPhone, arguing that companies must pitch in "if the world is in danger."

By 22 July 2016