MP becomes first official to publicly disown opt-out model, advocating for a change back to opt-in while adding he has "zero confidence" in scheme.
- by Ben Grubb
The spread of rumours in India, WhatsApp's biggest market, has led to several mob killings.
Growing concerns mount amid backlash over digital health record as dozens are unwittingly signed up.
- by Jennifer Duke, Ben Grubb & Esther Han
A few weeks ago I took my mother and her best friend, both aged in their 90s, to lunch. I decided to tell them about AI. Tears welled in Aunty Rosa's eyes. Too late, I remembered why.
- by Alan Finkel
The latest annual 'chapter' for ESO adds heaps of content and makes an unlikely social commentary out of the xenophobic high elves of Tamriel.
- by Tim Biggs
Truly unique set of headphones adjusts their sound based on the individual wearer.
- by Peter Wells
Invented by an Australian doctor and funded by Kickstarter, these wireless headphones have an impressive trick unlike anything else on the market.
- by Tim Biggs
New headphones are the company's first set to sport a balanced Pentaconn connector, which you can expect to start seeing on small but high-end music gear.
- by Rod Easdown
A NASA space telescope noticed that the star, which is only 10 million years old, suddenly started looking a bit strange last year.
Policy expands Facebook's rules about what type of false information it will remove, comes largely in response to racial attacks prompted by Facebook rumours.
- by Sheera Frenkel
If Google is unsuccessful in appealing the decision that bundling its own apps with Android is unlawful, there could be some noticeable differences.
- by Hayley Tsukayama