Rebecca Greenfield 5:38 PM Meeting with the boss once or twice a year to assess your past, present, and future is beginning to seem quite quaint.
Matthew Knott 7:37 AM Fewer than one in five Australian telecommunications companies say they are ready to store all the information required under Australia's new data retention laws, which officially come into force on Tuesday.
Justin Moyer Journalist Matthew Keys, who prosecutors say illegally leaked the username and password needed to hack into the Los Angeles Times to the hacking group Anonymous may serve 25 years in prison.
Ben Grubb Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull continues to use a non-government email server to conduct communications with others.
Hannah Francis Social networks will have to remove serious material referred to the eSafety Commissioner within 48 hours.
Michael D. Shear As Syrian refugees continue to flee the violence at home, President Barack Obama is turning to the modern tools of Silicon Valley entrepreneurship as a supplement to the more traditional means of humanitarian relief.
Hannah Francis Experts say Australians are at risk of having their personal data exposed to lax privacy laws offshore, and that we may be locked into outdated copyright legislation.
Tim Biggs Homes and businesses in regional Australia set to get ADSL2-level internet from mid-2016 as NBN's Sky Muster successfully launches into orbit.
Ben Grubb Washington, we have a problem.
Patrick Donahue German Chancellor Angela Merkel confronted Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg.
Somini Sengupta Mark Zuckerberg, chief executive of Facebook, promoted access to the Internet as "an enabler of human rights" and a "force for peace", as he announced that his company would help the United Nations bring Internet connections to refugee camps.
Joseph Ogilvie Apple fans choose old fashioned camp-out to get hands on new iPhones.
Mark White Millions of jobs are going to be lost to automation in coming decades. Would a basic income payment protect the new class of unemployed?