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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 Ori Allon came up with a search technology better than Google's when he was a 26-year-old PhD student at the University of New South Wales.
Asher Moses Fake Australian passports, drivers licences, university degrees and even military service certificates are being brazenly bought and sold online.
Asher Moses Adam Griffiths drowned trying to rescue his best mate in rough surf in Hawaii and the tributes pouring in from the Australian expats in San Francisco's tech community are befitting a man of that...
Asher Moses A Port Macquarie surgeon is suing Google for defamation over an auto-complete search suggestion that he believes has cost him clients.
Asher Moses Opposition environment spokesman Greg Hunt's office denies it is responsible for an army of fake spam Twitter accounts that social media experts say retweeted his post and other anti-Labor missives.
Asher Moses When it comes to Subway, size matters, as the restaurant chain discovered when Australian Matt Corby hit its Facebook page seeking to find out why his sandwich didn't measure up.
Asher Moses Facebook's Graph Search has a lot of promise, but it will be a while before it becomes a Google, Yelp or LinkedIn killer.
Asher Moses Police and government authorities are investigating online fake ID stores supplying proof-of-age and other cards to Australian under-18s, who use them to buy alcohol and enter bars and clubs.
Asher Moses An unmanned British stealth drone that can fly faster than the speed of sound and go undetected by radar will soon have its first test flight in Australia.
Asher Moses A widely-panned film reportedly inspired by Australian party boy Corey Worthington was the most pirated film of 2012, according to TorrentFreak.
Asher Moses CONSUMERS are being advised to check whether changing their internet plans could save them hundreds of dollars.
Asher Moses Consumers are being warned to check their internet and mobile plans as service providers are failing to inform customers when they could be getting a much better deal.
Asher Moses LONELY PLANET'S popular online travel forum, Thorn Tree, has been temporarily shut down by its owner, the BBC, reportedly after the discovery of paedophilia-related posts.
Asher Moses Lonely Planet's popular online travel forum, Thorn Tree, has been temporarily shut down by owner BBC, reportedly after the discovery of paedophilia-related posts.
Asher Moses Australia's internet retailers are pushing forward their Boxing Day sales to as early as Monday night, taking advantage of the plethora of shoppers who now turn to the web, smartphones and tablets...
Asher Moses Hundreds of popular children's apps are sharing personal information without permission.
Asher Moses Hundreds of the most popular children's smartphone and tablet apps are collecting or sharing personal information - including geolocation, phone numbers and device identification - with third...
Asher Moses A little over a decade ago, just before the masses discovered the digital universe, the internet was a borderless new frontier: a terra nullius to be populated by individuals, groups, programmers as...
Asher Moses Telstra has begun issuing refunds of about $30 million after admitting it had been over-charging customers for global roaming services on mobile phones since 2006.
Asher Moses A campaign to convince people to use ''Crime Stoppers-approved'' taxi booking apps has backfired after it was revealed the key spokeswoman for Cabcharge and the NSW Taxi Council is the company...