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Obama signs cybersecurity order, wants safer payments

Turning food scraps into bioplastics

World Food Day a time to recognise the value of bush tucker

Obama announces plan to tighten card security

Lockheed Martin claims nuclear energy breakthrough

Sonova struggles to convince investors with new hearing aids

A look at how your voice is being used to ID you

Huon Aquaculture expects to raise $133m in public float

DC superheroes, Lego and Harry Potter spin-off get new Warner Bros. films

Obama signs order to tighten security for federal credit cards

Publishers aim to take Chinese literature to the world

Banks harvest callers' voiceprints to fight fraud

Government seeks corporate role in schools

Hailo taxi app folds in US, looks to Europe and Asia

Millions of voiceprints quietly being harvested

ACT hopes for economic boom after signing agreement with the city of... to reveal his smart watch this week

Will Apple Pay be the next iRevolution?

Apple shows off new gadgets, but Pay is bigger bet

FBI director warns against cellphone encryption

Google tests waters for potential ultra-fast wireless service

The key to nuclear's future or an element of doubt?

New Poodle web threat not seen as menacing as Heartbleed, Shellshock

China, Russia mull high-speed Moscow-Beijing rail line: report

U.S. chipmaker Qualcomm hopes for knock-out blow with $2.5 billion CSR bid

Water professionals worry about contamination of water from coal seam gas...

iPhone glass maker to cut 727 jobs in Arizona

Study: Natural gas surge won't slow global warming

WorkCover changes too severe, Police Association says

New CSIRO head wants to make water divining easier for farmers

Billionaire Mark Cuban says he is buying Netflix shares

Milan Expo will include food trucks from the US

Can it be real? Augmented reality melds work, play

Giant battery unit aims at wind storage Holy Grail

New Poodle web threat not seen as menacing as Heartbleed, Shellshock

Family farms produce 80 percent of world's food, speculators seek land

CME to cut 5 percent of global workforce to reduce costs