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Deadly US shooting becomes ghoulish Internet hit

After gunning down two TV journalists live on air, the gunman took to Twitter and posted a video of the killing from his perspective.

TED Talks: ‘The Academy Awards for smart people’

A week of TED Talks ranging from animal necrophilia to fighting poverty has ended, and the inspiring talks are now spreading across the globe.

Silicon Valley elite honour Apple founder Steve Jobs

Actor Stephen Fry has joined Silicon Valley nobility in paying tribute to Apple's Steve Jobs at a memorial service held at Stanford University.

Apple founder Steve Jobs dies from cancer, aged 56

US President Obama, Bill Gates and thousands of people across the world have paid tribute to Apple founder Steve Jobs, who has died aged just 56.

Internet takes “distance-learning” to the Amazon

The internet is letting a school sprout in the Amazon where teachers tend not to linger due to harsh living conditions and a scarcity of students.

Cyber scams rife at social networks

Social networks are "lucrative hot beds" for cyber scams as crooks endeavor to dupe users online, a Microsoft security report revealed on Thursday.

Fusion of work and play shapes Lenovo laptops

Chinese computer colossus Lenovo is infusing its leading business laptops with more fun features as internet age lifestyles mesh work with play.

Tablets on tap at major gadget fest

Tablet computers will lead a host of "smart" gadgets in the Nevada desert this week at the Consumer Electronics Show.

Firefox backs ‘Do Not Track’ with online stealth

As concern about online privacy grows, Mozilla is promising to let people cloak internet activity in free Firefox web-browsing software.

Google unveils faster internet search

Google is giving web searchers the thrill of speed with a turbocharged engine that displays suggested web links as fast as a person can type.

Smooth-talking hackers test skills on technology titans

Hackers at an infamous DefCon gathering are proving that old-fashioned smooth talk rivals slick software skills when it comes to pulling off attacks.

Film technology to shine at Academy Awards

No matter which film wins the Oscar for visual effects at next month's Academy Awards ceremony, software savants at Autodesk will be taking a bow.

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