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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 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.
Asher Moses THE Australian Federal Police and the FBI are jointly investigating untaxed and unregulated online casino sites, which take an estimated $1 billion a year from about 700,000 Australian punters.
Asher Moses THIEVES wielding sledgehammers appear to be targeting Apple shops around Sydney.
Asher Moses Microsoft's whopping $US8.5 billion ($7.9b) acquisition of Skype may have pipped Google and Facebook but critics and investors have lashed the company, questioning the logic of the deal and saying...
Asher Moses AUSTRALIAN technology entrepreneurs have made millions from investments by global firms in the past year and a gaming developer, Robert Murray, is the latest to join the gold rush.
Asher Moses THE federal government will introduce laws forcing companies to disclose privacy breaches after Sony revealed that more than 1.
Asher Moses A NUMBER of top Australian poker players could lose lucrative sponsorships from the world's biggest online gaming sites following an FBI sting facilitated by an Australian technology tycoon.
Asher Moses Australian poker players are rushing to pull their money out of the world's biggest poker sites following a major "black Friday" FBI sting that was facilitated by an Australian tech tycoon.
Asher Moses A SYDNEY man has emerged as a key player among the thousands of attackers who blitzed the servers of the world's two biggest credit card companies and PayPal, knocking them offline yesterday.
Asher Moses Australians made almost 168,000 complaints to the telecommunications watchdog in 2009/10 including a surge in grievances about global roaming charges.
Paul Bibby and Asher Moses The computer giant Hewlett-Packard is under pressure to review its contract with the packing company Foxteq amid claims of exploitative employment practices and revelations that Foxteq is the sister...
Paul Millar and Asher Moses Cyber tributes for a Melbourne teenager who was punched and died and a South Australian girl killed in a triple murder have been defaced with obscenities.
Asher Moses The rollout of the national broadband network (NBN) could be significantly delayed following a push by the Coalition to have the entire project reviewed and overseen by a parliamentary committee.
Asher Moses The Liberal Party appears to have pulled Google advertisements after threats they breached electoral laws and could lead to a challenge of results in marginal seats.
Asher Moses Leading social researcher Hugh McKay says Google's mock election for 15-17 year-old students across Australia is "a very strange idea".
Asher Moses In less than a year, the world will run out of internet addresses and inaction by internet providers could lead to broken applications and more expensive net connections, experts warn.
Julian Lee and Asher Moses Hoaxers are going to elaborate lengths to fool the media, even stealing the identities of reporters in order to get past news desks.
Asher Moses GOOGLE has angrily rejected a call from the government to filter YouTube videos, after the Communications Minister, Stephen Conroy, said if the search engine could censor material for China, it...
Asher Moses NOT content with being able to break into email inboxes and hijack social networking profiles, hackers have just found a new weapon to add to their arsenal - eavesdropping on mobile phone calls.
Asher Moses Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich has upgraded his new $US1.2 billion luxury yacht with an anti-paparazzi laser shield to protect his privacy while he's cruising the high seas.