Looking for a gift for that person who has everything? Well, how about a laptop infected with the malware that caused $95 billion dollars in damage worldwide? Yeah, thought so.
A study of young Australians has illuminated their views of sex, gender and relationship control. The findings are not good.
On the surface, the war between James Charles and Tati Westbrook seems like pure drama. However, under the surface, it represents something else entirely.
Like it or not, we’re living in the post-meme world. With something seemingly innocuous controlling the discourse, we tend to not notice the damage we can cause.
According to an ex-Google employee, the tech giants aren’t listening to our conversations for advertisement purposes. They’ve got something worse.
According to current legislation, creating an AI that plagiarises the material of existing artists for profit is totally fine. Robo-Zombie anyone?
From unknown to CEO, Michelle Joosse is one of Australia’s success stories, but for those who want to follow her example, she believes that the path is clear.
For whatever reason, the internet is discussing a $13,000 robot “sperm extractor”. Yes, it exists, and yes, we’re going to be in a lot of trouble when they gain sentience. Not like that.
The innovative work of Mellissa Larkin has not gone unnoticed, as the Founder and Managing Director of legal firm Peripheral Blue has been nominated for a top award.
According to numerous accounts, guests are noticing that their Airbnb hosts are secretly recording them. But, I mean, what’s the worse that can happen?
The end is nigh. Facebook wants to rummage around your mind, and our future robot overlords have now discovered religion.
In the run-up to the state election, Michael Daley’s anti-Asian rhetoric quickly spread via WeChat. As a result, candidates from both parties are using the platform to advance their own message.
Apple’s masterplan to defeat Netflix looks good in headline type, but in examining what they’re actually offering – I’m not so sure.
With the EU voting in stricter laws regarding the spread of copyrighted material, many are calling it a ban on memes. While they’ve claimed that memes are exempt, some glaring gaps exist.
The face of business is certainly changing, and Kaspersky’s Margrith Appleby is representative of the integrity and drive that is pushing tech into new areas.
While social media is being pilloried for not limiting the spread of the Christchurch massacre video, I believe that blaming these platforms is an exercise in folly.
We’re eight hours into the death of Instagram, but in case you’re missing it, these are the extremely important people that you won’t hear from today.
We millennials have longed for an opportunity to prove how well we’d handle the apocalypse. Today, we failed.
In Queensland, lawmakers are refusing citizens the right to access the personal data they hold on. This should bristle, considering the number of police officers misusing their databases.
They might seem worlds apart, but the drive and mindset between Queen’s greatest single and the development of Kaspersky Lab’s new technology are one and the same.
One academic believes that Google is the most valuable data set on our modern psyche. While we say one thing, our Google history says another.