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Mental Health

Making a phone call is good for your mental health

Psychologists tell why you should skip the texting and make a phone call.

Flying

How Tony Abbott’s passport was hacked and how you can avoid it

Have you ever pasted pics of your boarding pass online? Here’s why you shouldn’t.

Safety Online

Why you may need to rethink your passwords

A computer can guess more than 100,000,000,000 passwords per second. Still think yours is secure?

Travel News

Virtual tourism could offer new opportunities for older travellers

A new proposal could help revitalise an industry that has been devastated by the coronavirus pandemic, according to researchers at the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University.

COVID-19

Air purifiers are not the solution to keeping your home COVID free

A recent investigation by consumer group CHOICE found that while air purifiers can be useful in some circumstances, they play a limited role in keeping homes virus free.

Secure Access

Password managers explained: do you need one? Are they safe?

We know we are supposed to have passwords that should be changed regularly, but very few of us actually do it. Coming up with strong, varied passwords can be painful.

Health

Excessive television watching linked to poorer memory

Watching television for more than three and a half hours a day in later life is associated with a decline in verbal memory, according to new research from University College London.

Safety Online

Protecting your privacy and security after death

Many of us take steps to secure our privacy while we’re alive, but there’s mounting evidence that we should be equally concerned about the privacy and security risks of our data after death.

Internet

How scammers get access to email accounts and how to stop it

Research uncovers a specialised economy emerging around email account takeover.

Health News

Doctors may soon be able to use selfies to detect heart disease

New research uses artificial intelligence to analyse facial photos.

Internet

Google alleged to have misled consumers about use of personal data

The ACCC has launched Federal Court proceedings against Google, alleging that the tech giant misled consumers to obtain their consent to use personal data.

Relationships

Why printing out photos is so good for the soul

When something lives in the digital world, it is easily scrolled past, or swiped away and forgotten forever. Here's why we should be printing out our photos so happy vibes will be just a glance away.

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