Ben Grubb 6:53 PM Edward Snowden's lawyer has labelled as "draconian" and "chilling" Abbott government legislation before Parliament that would threaten ASIO leakers with 10 years' imprisonment and make it an offence for journalists to report on information they receive from whistleblowers.
Michael Koziol 2:42 PM Gay men have been taking profile pictures at a Berlin Holocaust Memorial and posting them on Grindr, a sex hook-up application.
Lance Ulanoff Handheld projectors are nothing new, but TouchPico from TouchJet offers a new twist that could be useful: the ability to turn any flat surface into an interactive screen.
Karissa Bell While news of Facebook's emotion-manipulation study sparked public outrage and investigationsfrom regulators, dating site OkCupid is letting its users know that human experiments are a reality of using the Internet.
Esther Han Most youngsters believe their parents are oblivious to their web activities, while some admit to making fake social media profiles and fudging browser histories to deceive tech-savvy ones, a new report shows.
Jacob Saulwick and Ben Grubb Public transport users who want to travel via train, ferry or bus anonymously on NSW's Opal card will at last be able to buy unregistered smart cards. But Transport for NSW has confirmed the cards will never be sold over the counter at train stations.
Adario Strange Twitter users' analysis of Benny Johnson's articles set off a chain of events that ended with Buzzfeed confirming at least 41 instances of plagiarism by one of its most high-profile writers.
Jessica Bennett In their short life, emoji have managed to find an exceptional cultural range. Have we reached a tipping point?
Ben Grubb Whether you like it or not, you - the spectator - are about to become the half-time entertainment.
Sendhil Mullainathan Wouldn't many business owners love to make their old product less useful whenever they released a newer one? When you sell the device and control the operating system, that's an option.
Kim Arlington Consumers without personal identification numbers have been warned they risk being ‘‘stranded at the checkout’’ when signatures for debit and credit cards are abolished from Friday.
Kiratiana Freelon Amy and Ian Hicks saw their unique wedding photo and the story about it everywhere in recent weeks — in People magazine, the New York Post, the Daily Mail and of course on Reddit, where the tale went viral. But they didn’t recognise what they were reading.
Mahesh Sharma and Ben Grubb Websites hosting pirated material would be blocked and internet service providers compelled to stop their users illegally downloading under proposals being floated by the Abbott government.
Mahesh Sharma The next evolution in self-photography has arrived. Selfies taken with a drone, or 'dronies', have sent narcissistic outdoor performers into a spin.
Katie Cincotta 11:45 PM Teenager Christopher Hills has found IT solutions to some profound physical barriers.
Handling of "right to be forgotten" requests from European citizens criticised as Google restricts the removal of links to their European sites only, not Google.com, source says.
Cynthia Karena 11:45 PM The documentaries Web Junkie and Print the Legend deal with the subject of how technology has the power to affect our everyday lives.
Martyn Landi Nearly two thirds of social media users are left feeling inadequate about their own lives and achievements by sites like Facebook and Twitter, according to a British survey.