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Good morning,

Zac here with your weekend newsletter, wrapping up the past month of tech news and some of Gizmodo Australia’s favourite articles, including everything announced at Samsung Galaxy Unpacked 2023, Dyson’s new ‘submarine’ vacuum-mop, and the new Framework laptop.

Happy reading,
Zac

Everything Samsung Announced at Its Flippin' Galaxy Unpacked 2023 Event
Everything Samsung Announced at Its Flippin' Galaxy Unpacked 2023 Event
Samsung's mid-year event gave us foldables and Suga from BTS.
 
Yes, Power Points Do Expire, Here Is How and Why
Yes, Power Points Do Expire, Here Is How and Why

Do power points really have expiration dates like chicken? Or is it more of an expiration date like cheese? And what can you do about it?

 
Telsa and Tech Council Chair Reckons South-East Qld Could Be Australia's Newest ‘Tech Corridor’
Telsa and Tech Council Chair Reckons South-East Qld Could Be Australia's Newest ‘Tech Corridor’

What even is a tech corridor?

 
It’s Too Hot for EVs to Work Right In the U.S.
It’s Too Hot for EVs to Work Right In the U.S.

The heat wave affecting much of the U.S. may be causing electric vehicles to lose nearly a third of their range.

 
The Dyson Submarine is a New Stick Vacuum That Mops, Not a Deep Sea Venture
The Dyson Submarine is a New Stick Vacuum That Mops, Not a Deep Sea Venture
The Dyson V15s Detect Submarine brings a mop head to the company's stick vacuum.
 
The ACMA Wants Big Tech to do Better on AI-Generated Disinformation
The ACMA Wants Big Tech to do Better on AI-Generated Disinformation

The ACMA has released its latest report on disinformation, its second report to the federal government under the voluntary code.

 
Framework’s New Laptop Is a Gaming Computer You Can Pull Apart
Framework’s New Laptop Is a Gaming Computer You Can Pull Apart

My favourite laptop is getting a huge upgrade with a next generation model.

 
NASA's Perseverance Rover Finds Preserved Organic Matter on Mars
NASA's Perseverance Rover Finds Preserved Organic Matter on Mars

It's not preserved matter from biological organisms, but the discovery is a boost to the rover's mission: finding signs of ancient life on Mars.

 
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