Selfieccino: Get your mug on your morning brew

Two years after it wowed coffee lovers in London, and a year removed from creating a buzz in Brisbane, the selfieccino has finally made it to Perth. For those who came in late, a selfieccino is produced by a special machine that prints images on cappuccino froth using flavourless food …

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WBC ‘owes’ a Wilder-Fury rematch to fans

The WBC remain “confident” the rematch between Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder will occur, but will consider ordering purse bids if it’s put in jeopardy. Fury signing with ESPN has cast significant doubt over the likelihood of him fighting WBC champion Wilder as planned this summer, but the sanctioning body …

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Samsung announces Galaxy Fold phone

Samsung says it will release a pricey folding smartphone in April, with specially adapted apps from Facebook and Alphabet designed for the new device. The Galaxy Fold will cost $US1980 ($A2760) and go on sale on April 26, Samsung officials said at an event in San Francisco. The device will …

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Progress made on Irish border: UK’s May

British Prime Minister Theresa May says progress has been made in solving the impasse over backstop arrangements for the Irish border that have hindered her Brexit deal. “I’ve underlined the need for us to see legally binding changes to the backstop that ensure that it cannot be indefinite. That’s what …

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Wall Street edges up in volatile trade day

US stocks were mostly higher after a volatile late-afternoon trade as the release of the Federal Reserve’s minutes from its January meeting showed policymakers thought pausing on US interest rate hikes posed little risk. The minutes also showed many participants were not yet clear what adjustments to rates might be …

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Toyota Australia embroiled in cyber threat

An attempted cyber attack on Toyota Australia has affected its operations nationwide, but the company says its dealer network remains up and running. The car marker has notified Australian government agencies, while its IT department works with international cyber-security experts to get the system back on track. “Toyota Australia can …

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WhatsApp bug enables privacy bypass

A security bug is allowing users to bypass new privacy controls introduced by Facebook-owned messaging service WhatsApp on iPhones this month. The disclosure comes as messaging and other applications race to improve security and as Facebook addresses criticism for not safeguarding privacy. WhatsApp’s privacy feature allows iPhone users to require …

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