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Telstra and Vodafone don’t like proposed NBN rebates system

Telstra and Vodafone have both outlined the problems with the rebates system proposed for the National Broadband Network (NBN) company by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC), with Vocus suggesting improvements. All three telcos took issue with rebates being a one-off payment of AU$25 without regard to the time …

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ON SOCCER: Raheem Sterling Has Had Enough

A Media Creation The example that sticks with Sterling is the one about his cars. In 2016, a handful of Britain’s tabloids ran articles that claimed he was “looking for a seventh car so that he has one for each day of the week.” None of them quoted Sterling on …

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The Best In-Ear Headphones (Earbuds) 2019

Share. Wired or wireless, we’ve got you covered. By Matt Clark Note that if you click on one of these links to buy the product, IGN may get a share of the sale. For more, read our Terms of Use. Headphone options are nearly endless, but for anyone looking to rock …

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Ken Burns Prize for Film to honor documentaries

The Library of Congress will begin presenting an award named for Ken Burns, who elevated the craft of historical documentaries. Officials announced on Tuesday the creation of the Library of Congress Lavine/Ken Burns Prize for Film. The annual award will recognize a filmmaker whose documentary uses original research and compelling …

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How to overclock your graphics card

Time is cruel to your hardware, especially expensive graphics cards. All glory is fleeting: after a while, even mighty leaders like Nvidia’s once unstoppable GTX Titan move from first place to shabby and outdated, making way for the best graphics cards of the next generation. The upgrade cycle is relentless, …

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Seven Britons among 157 killed in Ethiopia plane crash

A passionate “ocean protectionist”, an environmental agent, and a former probation worker are among the dead after a plane crash in Ethiopia. Seven Britons are among the 157 dead after an Ethiopian Airlines plane crashed minutes after take-off. Joanna Toole, who worked for the UN, was the first British victim …

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Does Denmark have a 'pervasive' rape problem?

Image copyright Reuters Image caption Danish protesters hold signs saying “let’s talk about yes!” and “no means no” at a rally last week In 2017 Denmark was named the second best country for gender equality in the European Union, beaten only by its neighbour Sweden. It was one of only …

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