US hacker Chris Roberts insists he's one of the good kind, but things aren't always black and white.
Melbourne-based health tech company has ambitions to be Australia's next ResMed or Cochlear.
One-time whistleblower launches app that helps people report fraud anonymously while protecting their identity.
Watson already has won a major TV game show, is looking for a cure for cancer and has ambitious gastronomy ambitions including devising a recipe for chocolate-beef burritos. Now it's a business consultant.
Matthew Goldstein Charles Tendell built a controversial site allowing ordinary people to hire hackers to break into things. He's now been outed.
Matthew Miller CEO famous for once publicly taking a sledgehammer to defective fridges says he will no longer 'use Chinese recipes to make western food'.
Sylvia Pennington Online education provider Edrolo's content is in use in 120 schools in NSW and Victoria.
Liam Tung A one-time whistleblower has launched a new app that helps people report fraud anonymously while protecting their identity.
Liam Tung A former employee of a cybersecurity firm says he lied about a data breach that ultimately cost a company its life.
Nicole Perlroth Two years ago, the Obama administration announced a new strategy to curb online espionage. The five-point strategy came after a 2013 article in The New York Times about how the newspaper had been breached by Chinese hackers. The Times, working with a security company, also concluded that thousands of...
Sylvia Pennington NSW has more than 10,000 paper forms and 3000 data-entry operators. One minister wants to change all that.
Mark Scott, Mike Isaac In an effort to hedge against its heavy reliance on Google, the ride-hailing app service is looking to the only other company with a huge cache of accurate mapping data.
Madeline McMahon Angela Ahrendts, Apple's senior vice president of retail and online stores, was the highest-paid female executive in the US last year, it has emerged.
Matthew Hall Founder of Aussie start-up Shareablee Tania Yuki shares her New York dream come true.
Hannah Francis Companies' inadequate privacy policies have been highlighted by the Privacy Commissioner.
Jad Mouawad Plane manufacturer discovers software bug that causes a total loss of electrical power, regardless of whether the 787 Dreamliner is in the air.
Liam Tung Cloud computing giants are willing to give the Australian government information about hacker attacks on them but want the government to play ball too.
Sylvia Pennington Australian researchers will get more capacity to process and analyse massive volumes of data, courtesy of a bespoke $2.4 million high speed computer to be installed at the University of Queensland's Research Computing Centre in July.
Jeff Sommer Even if Apple still has some room to run, the early warning signs have begun to show.