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Ben Grubb is the deputy technology editor of smh.com.au, theage.com.au, brisbanetimes.com.au and watoday.com.au
Ben Grubb A hoverboard video that went viral online has been revealed as a stung by comedy website Funny or Die.
Ben Grubb Matt McClelland was documenting bushwalks and bushfires in Australia long before Google with his own 360-degree camera rig.
Ben Grubb An Australian and Israeli pair are taking on Google with augmented reality glasses they say is the computer of the future.
Ben Grubb One day in the not too distant future, self-driving share cars will be ferrying commuters around our streets if Australian researchers succeed in their quest to better understand our driving quirks.
Ben Grubb Google has brought its all-seeing eyes to Australia mounted on a backpack contraption called ''Trekker'', and plans to collect imagery of places only accessible by foot to incorporate into Street...
Ben Grubb Australian consumers are being gouged by telcos for sending text messages on their mobiles, says a consumer group that has asked the competition regulator to take action.
Ben Grubb WhatsApp, the mobile messaging app acquired over a plate of chocolate strawberries was founded by two former Yahoo engineers with a love of ultimate frisbee.
Ben Grubb The Australian teenager who unveils Apple products on his website before the tech giant does may have been conned with his latest leak.
Ben Grubb Meet Patient 0, the real-life live action zombie apocalypse game that has reduced some players to tears and whose creators hope to bring to Sydney this year - along with corpses, zombies, guns and...
Ben Grubb App became a huge sensation. Now it's been taken down in mysterious circumstances.
Ben Grubb An Australian consumer advocacy group has accused Google of not meeting its mission to make information "universally accessible" by continuing to use CAPTCHA – the often illegible, distorted...
Ben Grubb Google's ultra-portable HP Chromebook 11 laptop has gone on sale in Australia after sales were halted overseas due to reported overheating of power supplies.
Ben Grubb Competition among taxi and private hire-car booking companies is heating up in Australia, with operators accusing each other of dirty tricks, sabotage and aggressive driver poaching tactics.
Ben Grubb NSW Fair Trading is warning businesses not to sign up to firms that guarantee you a spot on the first page of Google without doing appropriate checks first.
Ben Grubb Vodafone claims it is winning back customers, with the telco saying more than a million 4G devices are now operating on its high-speed network.
Sarah Whyte, Ben Grubb Regulator calls for telcos to deliberately slow down data speeds on mobiles instead of charging excess fees.
Ben Grubb Vodafone offers the fastest 4G mobile broadband download speeds on average in Sydney and Melbourne, while Telstra offers the fastest 3G speeds, recent speed tests show.
Ben Grubb It may be your best friend, but your smartphone is also probably teeming with germs.
Ben Grubb Could gaze be the way we interact with our computers in the future?
Ben Grubb Lenovo unveiled a suite of new tablets, desktops, laptops, smartphones and convertible devices at CES but shunned the latest trend of wearable technology.