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Artificial intelligence is now part of our everyday lives – and its growing power...

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Being bombarded with delivery and post office text scams? Here’s why — and what...

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Cybersecurity Threats for Students & How to Fight Them

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  Picture: Rupixen.com/Unsplash I spent last week studying the 26,000 words of privacy terms published by eBay and Amazon, trying to extract some straight answers, and comparing them to the privacy terms of other online...
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Marketing is one of the most integral aspects of any business activity. The success of any company or product largely depends on how well it has been marketed. A good market strategy is one...
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  Image: Wacomka / Shutterstock Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg recently announced the tech giant will shift from being a social media company to becoming “a metaverse company”, functioning in an “embodied internet” that blends real and...
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A mining camp won’t cut it: Australia’s quarantine system needs a smarter design

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