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Asher Moses is the Technology Editor for Fairfax Media. He started his own gadget review website more than a decade ago at age 14 and has since written for most of Australia's leading technology publications. He has twice been named Young Australian Online Journalist of the Year by the Walkley Foundation.
Asher Moses Your TV experience is about to get a whole lot more social, with government researchers partnering with the ABC to bring Twitter and Facebook integration to virtually any show on any channel.
Asher Moses Scores of complaints against an Australian online florist accused of ruining Valentine's Day surprises by failing to deliver has prompted co-ordinated action by fair trading bodies.
Asher Moses Two Australians - a “paranormal writer” and a documentary filmmaker - have locked horns over a hoax “woolly mammoth” video that started down under but quickly circled the globe, writes Asher Moses.
Asher Moses The iPhone has created a ''halo'' around the Mac and iPad that has made Apple the most valuable company in the world and sent its revenues skyrocketing, says Apple's chief executive, Tim Cook, who...
Asher Moses Knee-jerk changes to copyright law to appease the major sporting codes could prevent people from recording live sports and inhibit innovation in online services, copyright experts say.
Asher Moses Tommy Jordan's "tough love" parenting style has polarised the internet but despite a visit from police and child protection services he says he'd do it all again in a heartbeat, except wearing a...
Asher Moses When laughing out loud online, are we more amused when we ''lollllll!!!!!!'' or ''looooooooolll''? Google reckons it has the answer and has come up with an algorithm to measure ''funny''.
Asher Moses The manipulation of an smh.com.au poll has again thrown the spotlight on online voting.
Asher Moses In 2012 gadgets will get even smaller, powerful and internet-connected.
Asher Moses In a case that experts say could run into the hundreds of millions, Sydney founder of Kazaa sues biggest names on the internet including Google and Amazon for patent infringement.
Asher Moses Is it the most significant policing technology since DNA testing or the next privacy disaster waiting to happen, setting us on the path towards, as The Guardian's editor puts it, "total...
Asher Moses FACEBOOK is following you, even when you have logged out.
Louise Hall, Asher Moses THE consumer watchdog's claims that Google engaged in misleading and deceptive conduct by not adequately distinguishing between advertisements and regular search results has been dismissed by the...
Patrick May, Asher Moses He almost single-handedly changed the way we live - how we communicate, how we enjoy music and how many of us work.
Asher Moses EVEN if David ''Evil'' Cecil is guilty, he is not necessarily a hacking mastermind. Computer security professionals say breaking into websites and computer networks is now as simple as downloading...
Asher Moses An ABC IT worker is under investigation for reportedly dragging the public broadcaster into a virtual currency money-making racket.
Asher Moses An ABC IT worker has reportedly dragged the public broadcaster into a virtual currency money making racket and a "serious misconduct case" is underway.
Justin Norrie, Asher Moses A WEBSITE that handles the sale of drugs such as heroin, LSD and cannabis has been referred by the federal government to the online watchdog for blacklisting.
Justin Norrie and Asher Moses A hidden online marketplace that offers drugs such as heroin, LSD and cannabis has become so popular that it can no longer meet demand from prospective buyers.
Asher Moses THE anti-gambling campaigner Nick Xenophon has chastised Federal Police for dragging their feet on enforcing laws which prohibit online casino sites from accepting bets from Australians.