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Rogers: Golding’s S5000 performance a Bathurst boost

Barry Rogers believes that James Golding’s race-winning showing in last weekend’s inaugural S5000 round proves his credentials and should bolster the youngster’s confidence heading into the Supercheap Auto Bathurst 1000.

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Golding wins as Davison crash shortens S5000 feature race

James Golding has been declared the winner of the maiden S5000 feature race after a heavy crash for Alex Davison forced officials to shorten the encounter at Sandown.

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Supercars young gun completes S5000 grid

Garry Rogers Motorsport Supercars driver James Golding will complete the grid for the inaugural S5000 round at Sandown this weekend.

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Qualifying gains paved way for GRM’s ‘amazing’ weekend

Boost Mobile Racing’s Richie Stanaway and James Golding have attributed a season-best showing at the ITM Auckland SuperSprint to gains made in qualifying pace.

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No ‘Netflix tax’ on way: NBN Co floats new high-speed plan and discounts

The National Broadband Network has ruled out a “Netflix tax” in favour of drastic wholesale discounts and a new 1Gbps speed plan amid pressure from major reseller Telstra to cut its prices.

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Apple Can Feel Its Reputation For Bulletproof Security Slipping Through Its Fingers

With its flagship iPhone event just a few days away, it appears that Apple is getting a little nervous about recent reports regarding the state of its lauded security features. On Friday, it took the unusual step of publishing a blog post to refute some recent claims about its operating system made by Google researchers and to clarify the impact its failures have had on users around the globe.

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Securely Transfer Files For Free With Black Hole’s Blockchain-Based Service

We’ve covered many file-transfer servicespreviously, but we recently stumbled upon Black Hole, a relatively new service uses the blockchain-based Blockstack network for user logins, file storage, and delivery. (Best of all: It’s free.)

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