Liam Tung Marie Moe's heart could be affected by a software flaw or attacked remotely by a hacker, but regulations and restrictions make it difficult to prevent.
Keegan Thomson Terrorists' propaganda appears to be shifting to the Dark Web so that it will be harder to shut down.
Jessica Toonkel Despite the risks, big brands are going ahead with plans to use live-streaming video to attract some of the most finicky consumers.
Keegan Thomson Hilton advises customers to check their bank statements after malware incident.
Jim Finkle Retailers hunt for new credut card breaches after warning about malware that evades almost all security software.
Nate Raymond Hacker linked through a Russian email address to the theft of a record 1.2b credentials, the FBI court documents show.
Beverley Head There are 11.8 million employees in Australia – and the internet is coming to get them.
Yasmeen Abutaleb A strong statement from one of the busiest and most powerful US executives on the importance of family time.
Claire Connelly Eccentric entrepreneur's 'new private internet' is 'brittle, unforgiving and only applicable to very unusual people', security expert says.
Claire Connelly Ten Australian companies receive grants from federal fund to commercialise innovative ideas.
Hannah Francis Taxpayer says he was hung up on twice by call centre staff when trying to report the issue.
Mahesh Sharma Team Australia took away much more than a prize: friendships and stories to last a lifetime.
Mahesh Sharma The proliferation of smartphones is presenting a once-in-a-generation opportunity to introduce a new paradigm.
Henry Chu, Richard A. Serrano, Patrick J. McDonnell Intelligence officials in Europe and the US were picking up 'chatter' as early as September about a potential Islamic State-related attack on France but lost the ability to track the exchanges when the militants switched to encrypted communications.
Susan Svrluga Leonard Reinsfelder's wife found a note on her car as she was leaving a shopping centre one day: 'Have your husband give us a call. We think we could use him.'
Micheal J. de la Merced Atlassian, the Australian maker of development and collaboration software for companies, has filed to go public in the US.
Hannah Francis Two years ago Joel MacDonald was in Melbourne playing in the AFL; now he's kicking goals in New York.
Jing Cao and Alex Barinka Business software company Atlassian plans to publicly file for an initial public offering in the US as soon as next week, a person with knowledge of the matter said.
Brian Fung Striking lack of 'diversity of thought, conversation, and people' in the ranks of Twitter, outgoing engineering manager says.
Deborah M. Todd In a rare public appearance, Google co-founder and Alphabet CEO Larry Page explained why he was spurred to create a whole new structure for the company he created with Sergey Brin almost two decades ago.
Noel Towell, Lisa Cox The ATO has been targeted more than 11,000 times by identity fraudsters attempting to steal tax refunds in 2014-15.
Mahesh Sharma While those involved in consultation with the Queensland and Victorian government have welcomed the open dialogue on innovation, their NSW counterparts have expressed frustration at being ignored over big decisions.
Claire Connelly Start-up founders are losing control when they give into VC funding, said Freelancer.com CEO Matt Barrie in his SydStart keynote last week.
Noel Towell and Lisa Cox Identity thieves can now get into employers' payroll systems, but ATO says it's systems are safe.
Frances Mao Tel Aviv is calling for Wyatt Roy, who will return to Israel this week to scour the hi-tech powerhouse for inspiration for the government's innovation agenda.
LESLIE PICKER and MIKE ISAAC Just three months after raising an enormous sum of money from investors, Uber is at it again.
Noel Towell Centrelink blocked 22m phone calls last year, with smartphone apps blamed for inflating the figures.
Eitan Bienstock The Internet of Things represents the biggest technology wave for years to come.
Ana Swanson It's all about memory recall. And Shakespeare.