Watch your skin come alive with these moving, dancing tattoos


By Ronan O'Connell in Exhale on Monday 30 November 2015

People passionate about tattoos love to think that their ink is so well done the designs look alive on their skin. Now, a pair of inventive Portuguese fellows are using video-mapping techniques to project moving, morphing tattoos directly onto human bodies.

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Extinct vegetable brought back to life from seeds after 850 years

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By Techly in Exhale on Monday 30 November 2015

In 2008, an archaeological dig uncovered a clay vessel near Green Bay, Wisconsin, buried within a Native American Menominee reservation. The clay pot contained a seed-ball – a clay ball used by the Native Americans to store seed.

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Triple J’s John Safran and Father Bob come to an end after 10 years


By Tristan Rayner in Exhale on Monday 30 November 2015

After a decade of Sunday nights, Triple J’s John Safran and Father Bob are coming to a natural end, and we’re all a little sad about it.

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Optus release hot pre-order deals on Microsoft Lumia 950 and 950XL: free Xbox One!


By Tristan Rayner in Mobile on Monday 30 November 2015

The Microsoft Lumia 950 and 950 XL hit stores in Australia in early December, and they’re top-end premium phones with a difference, given they’re not with iOS or Android and on Windows 10.

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Tiny game cabinets let you relive old school games

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By Leah Gonzalez Angue in Crowdfunding on Monday 30 November 2015

If you miss playing those classic games at the arcade, this Kickstarter project is just what you’ve been looking for. Tiny Arcade is a fully functioning retro game cabinet that fits nicely in your hand.

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Gamely: Monthly releases for December

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By Russell Noble in Gaming on Saturday 28 November 2015

It’s holiday time! There’s quite a few goodies in this month’s releases, with some developers making a last-ditch attempt to get to your wallet.

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Police rush to ‘attempted murder’ call, turns out to just be a dude terrified of spiders

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By Riordan Lee in Exhale on Friday 27 November 2015

Tales of attempted murder are, for the most part, patently unfunny.

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Techly’s advice for the pregnant and thirsty: Will the blanket drinking ban be lifted?

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By Dan Wighton in Web on Friday 27 November 2015

Depending on what books you read or how pedantic you are, there are myriad foods and drinks to avoid once you get pregnant. Garlic. Soft cheeses. Sushi. Pâté. Coffee.

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These are the scary things that happens to your body when you stop exercising


By Chloe Olewitz in Exhale on Friday 27 November 2015

We all know exercise is good for us, but that doesn’t make it any easier to get active. But it turns out the dangers of stopping an exercise routine once you’ve started are worse than we previously realised. The physical benefits you’ve built up over the course of your new exercise trend can vanish in the blink of an eye. 

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iCorrect teaches better spelling and grammar via text message


By Chloe Olewitz in Apps on Friday 27 November 2015

In a much-needed departure from the hilarity of autocorrect fails, iCorrect is a proposed feature for future Apple iOS releases that would teach lazy typists and poor spellers of all ages how to learn from their own mistakes, improving their spelling and grammar skills. 

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