Emboldened by tragedy, the NSW government has significantly tightened the laws to combat cyberbullying.
According to Facebook, Facebook is bad for you. No matter, as they want to personalise the impersonal nature of social media conversations by adding VR. OK.
To ring in cybersecurity month, we’ve tasked two of the finest minds of the next generation to explain the shifting landscape of security. And Kanye West.
Ding dong, Google+ is dead. However, before we pay our last respects, I suggest we glance back at Silicon Valley’s other notable failures. Womp womp.
In the not too distant future, brain scans will replace the need for a resume. Bad news for those who heavily pad theirs, which is to say, all of us.
One of the iPhone’s new features allows users to freely swap between networks. Shame our telcos won’t allow it.
Over in the US, one airline is using facial recognition software to reduce the time we spend in line. But is the potential public surveillance risk worth it?
While they’re not calling it a ‘breach’, the SA government lost the personal details of a million home owners.
Due to the extreme content they have to filter on our behalf, the mental wellbeing of Facebook’s army of moderators is now finally being discussed.
There’s a very good reason why we endure Silicon Valley’s more questionable features. It’s because we can handle it…or they don’t respect us.
In a move now under consideration, the UK may outlaw secret groups on Facebook. It sounds a lot like the muffling the free speech under the guise of progress.
In an effort to kill off small talk entirely, Woolworths is trialling a system that will render the checkout obsolete.
We’ve all attempted the digital detox, but there’s a reason why it doesn’t stick. We need to manage our addiction, not just go cold turkey.
In the modern age, the truth is obsolete. In fact, Youtube’s algorithm openly promotes the most alternative of facts. For those who don’t know better, this presents a problem.
With the government’s anti-encryption laws now beyond public scrutiny, here’s what is on the table, and what we can expect.
Tiny robots that heal you absolutely exist, but they’re indirect. Thanks to the pioneering minds in the US, we’re ever closer to being assisted by nanomachines. Yay?
Over in NZ, one company has decided to let an AI teacher educate our kids. With the future making us stay back after class, we have a series of questions.
In an industry shattering move, PractiFI has named 27 year old Emily Wilcox as COO, proving that the established barriers only exist to be torn down.
Well, it’s official. Those who are looking to ride the back of the ‘like’ to a life of wealth and fame are wasting their time. Sorry.
Much has been documented on Russian cyber attacks on British and American discourse, but we’ve not been immune.
While we live in the information age, not all of that information is good. Therefore, should we monitor what students search online? The US school system certainly thinks so.