Technology

Wed 18 Apr 2018

Apps ‘could be illegally tracking children’

Apps ‘could be illegally tracking children’

THOUSANDS of popular children’s apps on Google Play may be violating child privacy laws according to a new study, drawing more attention to big tech’s...

Tue 17 Apr 2018

What the NBN didn’t tell you

What the NBN didn’t tell you

A DAY after the NBN released a report boasting about its performance, the complaints the network is copping from customers have left egg on its face.

Australians caught up in global cyber attack

premium_icon Australians caught up in global cyber attack

COMPANIES in Australia have been targeted by Russian hackers as part of a massive cyber attack, which has also rocked the United States and Britain.

Not happy, NBN: gripes up 203%

premium_icon Not happy, NBN: gripes up 203%

FORMAL complaints about NBN services jumped dramatically last year but the company says it’s not the only one to blame.

How soon could flying cars beat Bruce Hwy grind?

How soon could flying cars beat Bruce Hwy grind?

Queensland's chief entrepreneur has a Bruce Highway fix that could save us billions

'Lives are turned upside down'

'Lives are turned upside down'

WARWICK residents face identity theft, stalking due by sharing far too much of their private lives on Facebook.

Mon 16 Apr 2018

Why more Aussies are choosing 50Mbps NBN plan

Why more Aussies are choosing 50Mbps NBN plan

FRESH data shows the number of Aussies taking up high speeds on the NBN has doubled — and there are new pricing options on the way.

Facebook CEO’s $11.4M spending spree

Facebook CEO’s $11.4M spending spree

IN 2017, a staggering $11.4 million was spent on security and private jets for Facebook CEO and founder Mark Zuckerberg.

Sat 14 Apr 2018

UberEats is ‘a truly evil company’

UberEats is ‘a truly evil company’

A POPULAR burger chef has unleashed a scathing attack on UberEats, describing it as a “fascist” and “truly evil company”.

Fri 13 Apr 2018

Mark Zuckerberg’s wife goes off-grid

Mark Zuckerberg’s wife goes off-grid

WHEN Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg fronted Congress, Priscilla Chan was nowhere to be seen.

Thu 12 Apr 2018

Why Mark Zuckerberg doesn't want to talk about 'shadow profiles'

Why Mark Zuckerberg doesn't want to talk about 'shadow...

FACEBOOK boss Mark Zuckerberg batted away every question asked of him by Congress - except one. His response to that single question has been labelled “bulls***”.

DJI Mavic Air: the ultimate drone for travellers

DJI Mavic Air: the ultimate drone for travellers

WE get to review some pretty cool gadgets, but few go close to the stunning simplicity, power, performance and exceptional results of DJI’s Mavic Air.

Samsung worker’s $140 billion typo

Samsung worker’s $140 billion typo

A “FAT finger” mistake by a Samsung employee that caused the company to accidentally hand over $140 billion has been described as a “major financial accident”.

Zuckerberg refuses to make vow

Zuckerberg refuses to make vow

THE Facebook CEO butted heads with Congress today in a fiery session after he was asked to promise to limit data collection.

Wed 11 Apr 2018

Uber Bikes could soon hit Australian roads

Uber Bikes could soon hit Australian roads

IN GREAT news for the environment and the fresh air inclined, Uber has acquired a bike-share start-up.

Tue 10 Apr 2018

NBN upgrade everyone was waiting for

NBN upgrade everyone was waiting for

AFTER being forced to freeze parts of the rollout to upgrade faulty and unreliable older networks, the NBN has made some changes.

DJ records track from hot air balloon on 4G device

DJ records track from hot air balloon on 4G device

TALK about taking sound production to new heights.

Mon 9 Apr 2018

Could these socks save your life?

Could these socks save your life?

DOCTORS could soon be able to treat remote patients with a new form of wearable technology dubbed “smart socks”

Fri 6 Apr 2018

$99 phones will offer family filter

$99 phones will offer family filter

IF you're worried about what your kids have access to on their smart devices, this could be the best news you read.

Facebook scans your private messages and calls

premium_icon Facebook scans your private messages and calls

FACEBOOK has confessed to a startling number of ways it invades users’ privacy, admitting it scans private messages, logs phone calls from its app

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