Australia

Blackmagic Design starts shipping Production Camera 4K camera at $2,995

Blackmagic Design starts shipping Production Camera 4K camera at $2,995Close on the heels of Panasonic's announcement of its new Lumix GH4 camera with 4K video-recording capability, Blackmagic Design has announced that it has started shipping its much-awaited Production Camera 4K camera. The camera is now available now from Blackmagic Design resellers across the world.

Giant Jellyfish found stranded Belly-Up on a Beach in Tasmania

Giant-JellyfishJosie Lim and her family spotted a giant jellyfish stranded belly-up on a beach south of Hobart in Tasmania. They immediately informed the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) and also sent a photo of species to them.

Bali deaths due to fish were unpredictable

Bali deaths due to fish were unpredictableThe food harming that led to the death of Queensland mother and little girl Noelene and Yvana Bischoff was an uncommon event and it might have been just about difficult to foresee.

Ms Bischoff, 54, and her little girl, 14, passed on in Bali a month ago in the wake of consuming defiled fish.

Release of Bio Robots in Indian Ocean to study its Interior Biology

Release of Bio Robots in Indian Ocean to study its Interior BiologyBio robots will be soon released into the Indian Ocean to gain insight into a marine environment upon which hundreds of millions of people rely. To perform the task, Australia's science agency has decided to work with its Indian counterpart.

Australian security expert: An alarming number of people still use ‘easy to hack’ passwords

 An alarming number of people still use ‘easy to hack’ passwordsWith online security firm SplashData having recently revealed its annual list of most common passwords, based on an analysis of passwords which were stolen and posted publicly in 2013, an Australian security expert has warned that a shocking number of people still use `easy to hack' passwords; thus putting themselves at a serious risk of identity theft.

Department of Health Expands Measles Catch-Up Vaccination Campaign

VaccinationWestern Australia has been witnessing a rise in measles cases. Health authorities have been suspecting reasons that have brought a rise in the cases.

Since October, 14 cases of measles have been reported in Western Australia. The authorities are quite concerned over the spread of the disease as the vaccination rate is also quite low in the state. Health authorities are suspecting that the rise could be due to rise in foreign tourism.

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