Tim Biggs An email published by WikiLeaks shows Sony executive Keith Le Goy complained people sneaking into the United States Netflix service is "another form of piracy".
Hannah Francis The controversial ride-sharing service has stepped up its campaign ahead of a key forum on industry reform.
Glenn Chapman Social media platform's response to abuse has been 'inexcusably slow' and 'too meager', Twitter general counsel says.
Hannah Francis The US streaming service talks up net neutrality, says unmetered data deals with Australian telcos are 'unfair'.
Drew Turney It may take more than a spoonful of sugar to make the public accept the idea of swallowing a tiny computer that reports on their health.
Andrew Masterson Old-fashioned vinyl records still sound best, but the convenience of downloaded individual songs have made them the fans' faves.
Adam Turner Against the background of the Dallas Buyers Club ruling and new metadata retention laws, Australia's anti-piracy code is taking shape.
Hannah Francis and Ben Grubb Pirate downloaders in Singapore are being asked to cough up – and it may happen in Australia too.
Danielle McGrane The annual Australian music festival is the latest to add selfie sticks to its list of banned items.
Josephine Tovey The new live-streaming app Periscope has taken action against "thousands" of users for harassing or abusive behaviour, one of its founders says, amid criticism it is the latest social media platform where women in particular are subjected to leering comments and abuse.
Michael E. Miller The scandal is a nightmare scenario for chess: proof that technologically enabled cheating, long rumoured, is now pervasive.
Caitlin Dewey When Reddit launched "The Button" almost two weeks ago, the game was billed as some kind of April Fool's joke. It doesn't seem so funny now.
Kate Aubusson A new wave of apps is making it easier for medical professionals to capture and share images of their patients' ailments.
Tim Biggs While the world's top human scientists, philosophers and futurists are pushing for urgent debate and law reform to deal with the real possibility that we will be eradicated or fundamentally changed by the development of hyper-intelligent robots, some of our primate cousins are stepping in to take a more direct approach.
Kate Aubusson Facebook has pulled a TV trailer featuring Aboriginal women painted in ochre for a traditional ceremony over its display of nudity.
Hannah Francis Four episodes from the much anticipated Season Five of HBO's Game of Thrones leaked overnight - but think twice before torrenting.