Social media can make us mistrustful and paranoid.
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Who's more likely to help you find a job, your close friends or the casual acquaintance you see at the gym? An examination of Facebook friends offers some clues.
Can social media help students learn?
Researchers got 128 students at a middle school to use Twitter to further their science learning. And what happened? These students learned how to connect science to real life.
Bill Shorten takes the ubiquitous selfie with the media on the campaign bus.
If the way voters interact with the leaders' Facebook pages is any indication, social media is not having the impact on the campaign that it is assumed to have.
Crafty new detection methods could help make 'like farming' a thing of the past.
The computers of tomorrow are being taught to learn, reason and recognise emotions.
Computers are taking over our jobs, but this doesn't have to be a bad thing.
Twitter, Facebook and Instagram are helping change the top-down nature of organised Christianity.
Local voices are more important than ever in a time of global oligopolies.
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In a global era dominated by Facebook, Apple, Amazon, Netflix and Google, we need to find persuasive, creative ways to answer those who claim the national and local are now irrelevant. If we don't, we will become invisible.
It’s been more than 18 months since Apple launched Apple Pay in the US.
Apple faces numerous challenges in its bid to get more people using their iPhones to pay for things.
Social media plays an increasingly important role for politicians in getting their election messages out.
The politicians who are best at getting their messages across to voters will be those who can skilfully mix old and new media.
Emoticons reveal subtle clues about your personality – but how do others interpret them?
How long should you keep a Belgian flag Facebook profile pic after a terrorist attack?
Tech companies play a growing civic role in how we operate as a society. We need to be sure we're happy with that.
Some selfies are more dangerous than others…
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After a selfie-snapping man was mauled to death by a bear, a psychologist wonders why people feel so compelled to capture and share images of themselves.
Much mightier than any sword.
The generation of designers broke out of their studios and took the business world by storm. Their skills could also be turned to bigger world problems.
Apple, Google and Facebook are in a row over taxes in Europe.
Corporate taxation is a concern for governments and businesses because of their divergent interests.
Supporters of net neutrality say it’s essential to keeping the Internet free and open.
Internet providers increasingly allow services to subsidize the cost of delivering their content to users. That may seem like a win for consumers, but game theory suggests otherwise.
How could they post that of me?
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The legal system is working out how much of an exclusive right you have to commercial use of your own name, image, likeness or identity – and online that doesn't just mean in an ad.
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Why we shouldn't be so quick to celebrate reports that Facebook is paying more tax.
Choosing one isn’t that easy.
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In the race to dominate the world's digital economy, tech giants Apple, Google and Facebook are making multiple bets they hope will secure their future.