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Ben Grubb is the deputy technology editor of smh.com.au, theage.com.au, brisbanetimes.com.au and watoday.com.au
Ben Grubb If you believed everything you read on Twitter about superstorm Sandy you would probably be disturbed by what appears to be looters posting pictures of goods they say they have stolen.
Ben Grubb Should you buy the new iPhone 5 or a Samsung Galaxy S3? Ben Grubb puts them to the test.
Ben Grubb NATHANIEL CAREW makes a living protecting computer systems. In his spare time, he hacks into Google.
Ben Grubb Ben Grubb explains how to improve battery life for iPhone 5.
Ben Grubb Apple's Maps app is riddled with mistakes including dodgy misrepresentations of well known landmarks, as Deputy Technology Editor Ben Grubb demonstrates.
Ben Grubb IT WAS launched with great fanfare but analysts say Apple's iPhone 5 lacks the ''wow'' factor despite offering a bigger screen and faster 4G mobile connectivity than previous models.
Asher Moses and Ben Grubb Samsung has apologised to an Indian blogger who claimed the company stranded him and another blogger in Germany after they refused to become Samsung shills.
Dylan Welch, Ben Grubb, Bianca Hall and Lucy Battersby Attorney-General Nicola Roxon appears to have swung her support behind a controversial plan to capture the online data of all Australians, despite six weeks ago saying ''the case had yet to be made''...
Dylan Welch, Ben Grubb, Bianca Hall and Lucy Battersby Attorney-General appears to support plan to capture all online data of all Australians.
Dylan Welch, Ben Grubb, Bianca hall and Lucy Battersby THE Attorney-General, Nicola Roxon, appears to have swung her support behind a controversial plan to capture the online data of all Australians, despite six weeks ago saying ''the case had yet to be...
Bianca Hall, Ben Grubb, Lucy Battersby Privacy Commissioner slams laws that would allow Australians' data to be stored for two years.
Bianca Hall, Ben Grubb, Lucy Battersby PROPOSED laws that would allow the web and telecommunications data of all Australians to be stored for two years have been dubbed ''characteristic of a police state''.
Ben Grubb Consumer protection authority confirms it is investigating convicted hacker and party boy Timothy Sabre's Publicity Monster firm, which promised businesses it could get them high rankings on Google.
Ben Grubb The going rate for 1000 Australian Facebook "likes" is $90. So says Mathew Carpenter, who sells the likes on his website, which ranks second on Google for "Buy Facebook likes".
Ben Grubb Timothy Sabre, the convicted hacker and former party promoter who claimed to have unlocked the secrets of Google's algorithm, has been stripped of his Google accreditation.
Ben Grubb Tim Sabre lives the high life on riches earned by promising he can get you on Google's front page. But he's left behind a string of dissatisfied customers and may now face losing his Google...
Ben Grubb Hackers have stolen customer data from Australian ISP AAPT to show the dangers of a proposal to force telcos to store every Australian's web history for up to two years.
Dylan Welch and Ben Grubb As the digital world becomes ubiquitous, exactly what happens to the data trail people leave - every day humans create 2.
Dylan Welch and Ben Grubb 'The case has yet to be made' for a controversial plan to force internet providers to store the web history of all Australians for up to two years, according to Attorney-General Nicola Roxon, who has...
Dylan Welch, Ben Grubb ''THE case has yet to be made'' for a controversial plan to force internet providers to store the web history of all Australians for up to two years, says the Attorney General, Nicola Roxon, who has...