Internet of Things is next big thing: How startups can benefit

8:44PM | Tuesday, 11 August 2015 | Denham Sadler

A new study has found that the Internet of Things in the home market is set to boom in Australia.


Can't seem to stop those ads following you around? Why not become 'metaliterate'?

8:02PM | Tuesday, 11 August 2015 | Trudi Jacobson

In today’s mobile media environment, an incredible amount of information is available to every one of us, every minute of every day. How do we keep up with it all?

 | Websites

What If Google Bought Twitter?

8:22PM | Monday, 10 August 2015 | Axel Bruns

Twitter has been in the news recently, for all the wrong reasons, feeding rumours that Google might be interested in acquiring it.

 | Social media

Holding our devices hostage. Can we stay safe against the threat of ransomware?

8:16PM | Monday, 10 August 2015 | David Glance

The possibility of losing all of your files and photos on your computer is a frightening prospect for most people.

 | Technology

Healthcare’s technology revolution means a boost for jobs in IT

8:04PM | Monday, 10 August 2015 | David Hansen

Despite advances in medical technology and biotechnology, many aspects of our healthcare system are still in a pre-digital era.

 | Technology

Technolog: Forget fixed broadband: Large phones and 4G drive UK over mobile tipping point

8:15PM | Friday, 7 August 2015 | David Glance

A new report highlights the dominance of mobile, a change brought about by the availability of larger, more capable phones and faster 4G networks.

 | Technology

How to embrace technology without dooming humanity to destruction

8:06PM | Friday, 7 August 2015 | David J Galbreath

The world today is facing some serious global challenges, all of which share some connection with science and technology.

 | Technology

Turnbull's plan to speed up the delivery of Australia's broadband network

8:39PM | Thursday, 6 August 2015 | Michael de Percy

The number of people involved in Australia’s national broadband network (nbn) is set to double to about 9,000 after Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull this week announced plans to recruit and train an extra 4,500 workers.

 | Technology

We’re only just starting to understand the side-effects of driverless cars

8:13PM | Wednesday, 5 August 2015 | Mark Douthwaite

Many people in industry seem certain that the largest revolution in personal transport since the invention of the car itself is less than a decade away.

 | Technology

THE NEWS WRAP: Adobe Flash under attack again

8:28AM | Wednesday, 5 August 2015 | Denham Sadler

Adobe Flash has been compromised again, this time being exploited by hackers to send malicious bits of code to users through Yahoo’s large advertising network.

 | Technology

Your mobile phone knows where you go and what you do – and maybe even when you're feeling down

8:26PM | Tuesday, 4 August 2015 | Sohrob Saeb

Your phone, typically close at hand, could be used to detect these behavior changes.

 | Technology

Up next: video-on-demand shakes up the television industry

8:19PM | Tuesday, 4 August 2015 | Marc C-Scott

This could be the “all-in-one” video streaming service many Australians have craved...

 | Technology

Windows 10 is not really free: you are paying for it with your privacy

8:04PM | Tuesday, 4 August 2015 | David Glance

The very fact that the upgrade is free has users concerned that Microsoft has adopted a “freemium” model for making money from its operating system.

 | Technology

TV under a cloud of unreality – traditional IT is on the way out

8:23PM | Monday, 3 August 2015 | Mark Randall

Infrastructure as a concept is undergoing a huge shift as startups begin to rethink what it takes to run a business.

 | Technology

Technolog: If at first you don't succeed, try again: Windows 10 and Google Glass

8:11PM | Monday, 3 August 2015 | David Glance

Last week some old technology reappeared, refreshed for another try at getting it right this time around.

 | Innovation  | Technology

'Brick is the new black': five emerging trends in online retail

8:57PM | Monday, 3 August 2015 | Renee Thompson

In 2015 brick is the new black with 'pure play' online retailers moving into the physical store.

 | Technology

Should MOOCs be used as credit for high school?

7:55PM | Friday, 31 July 2015 | Jason M Lodge

MOOCs are now reaching a point where they may soon find their niche in the educational ecosystem.

 | Technology

'Windows 10 on everything' is Microsoft's gambit to profit from its competitors

7:39PM | Friday, 31 July 2015 |  Mark Skilton

To run Windows 10 on everything, Microsoft is opening up.

 | Technology

Why we should welcome 'killer robots', not ban them

7:34PM | Friday, 31 July 2015 | Jai Galliott

The open letter signed by more than 12,000 prominent people calling for a ban on artificially intelligent killer robots is misguided and perhaps even reckless.

 | Technology

THE NEWS WRAP: Pinterest gets serious with diversity

7:34AM | Friday, 31 July 2015 | Denham Sadler

Image-sharing platform Pinterest has released internal statistics and put forward plans to improve diversity in the startup next year.

 | Social media