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Asher Moses

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.

Activists demolish Steve Jobs's house plans

Asher Moses Apple founder appears to have met his match in the preservationists fighting his plans to knock down a historic Californian mansion.

Baby-swinging video uploader hires top barrister

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Asher Moses A Queensland man facing child-abuse charges for republishing a video on the internet has gone to extraordinary lengths to clear his name.

Internet filter: $44.5m and no goal in sight

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Asher Moses Government admits it has not developed any criteria to determine whether trials of its net censorship scheme are a success.

Amateur spies put North Korea on the map

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Asher Moses A group of amateur spies has used Google Earth to provide a rare glimpse inside North Korea, one of the world's most secretive countries.

Illegal downloads soar as hard times bite

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Asher Moses Hundreds of thousands more Australians have turned to illegal download sites in the past year to save money on movies, music and TV shows.

Optus admits false broadband advertising

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Asher Moses Optus has been slashing broadband speeds to half the level advertised for customers who exceed their monthly download allowance.

World of Warcraft goes down the toilet

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Asher Moses It's a video game addicts dream - a pod with a computer, a kitchen and a toilet.

Steve Jobs: too sick to fight for mansion's demolition

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Asher Moses A week after Apple announced its iconic founder was ready to return from medical leave, Steve Jobs's lawyer said he was too sick to attend a council meeting.

US jury orders Microsoft to pay $500m to Australian inventor

Asher Moses WHEN Ric Richardson had a brainwave in 1993, it led him to develop technology that could deter software piracy.

More hardware problems plague Xbox 360

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Asher Moses Just as criticisms of the "red ring of death" errors plaguing the Xbox 360 begin to die down, Microsoft's crash-prone console is hit with debilitating new problems.

Eight years too long to wait for vital boost: business

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Alexandra Smith and Asher Moses A FASTER broadband network in Australia would provide a vital boost to the economy, but the eight-year timetable for creating the new network was too long, business groups have said.

Claims possible for power outage surge damage

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Asher Moses People whose electronic devices failed as a result of the recent Sydney power outages may be eligible for compensation, EnergyAustralia says.

Facebook discipline may be illegal: expert

Busted ... These Californian KFC workers were fired for publishing these shots of them bathing in a KFC basin on MySpace.

Asher Moses Firms who discipline or sack staff for comments made on Facebook and Twitter could be acting illegally, says a veteran lawyer.

Conroy rapped for 'improper' iiNet gaffe

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Asher Moses The Communications Minister is under fire for potentially prejudicial comments he made about the legal battle between iiNet and the movie studios.

Your Facebook secrets: jobs under threat

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Asher Moses Making seemingly private comments on social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter is now a sackable offence for some professions.

Conroy backtracks on internet censorship policy

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Asher Moses Communications Minister begins distancing himself from his controversial internet censorship policy in what one engineer dubs "the great walkback of 2009".

Once were bums: viral web idea works wonders for homeless

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Asher Moses In less than two months, Tim Edwards has gone from being a homelessbeggar in Texas to the most famous - and wealthiest - bum in America.

See through art project is just a big scan

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Asher Moses An artist-cum-medical student combines his two passions to create a bizarre yet unique new style of artistic expression: radiology art.

'Caching error' caused Henson blacklisting

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Asher Moses The communications regulator says a computer malfunction caused harmless Bill Henson images to be added to its blacklist, not an incorrect assessment of the content.

Conroy admits blacklist error, blames 'Russian mob'

Asher Moses Communications Minister admits Bill Henson images were blacklisted in error, while blaming the addition of a dentist's site on the Russian mob.