Teenagers spend one-third of their lives sitting down and three hours a day watching TV. New findings confirm that it's not just their health that is at risk.
Libraries are warm, dry and safe spaces with free Internet, which many people need. But academics and researchers in the 21st century can get along very well without them.
Online petitions send a certain signal to politicians and other leaders: we care, but maybe not enough to get off our seats.
The rules that govern what Australian web address people can register could be changed to allow more personalised .au domain names.
If there's to be one committee to rule them all, it needs to be handled right.
Censorship may not be the answer, but there needs to be acknowledgement of the challenges involved in the disruption of media that the internet is wreaking across the planet and in people's homes.
Cyberhate would deny women their full democratic rights as citizens, yet this is trivialised and dismissed – just as sexual violence, discrimination and workplace harassment have been for decades.
Watching a clip of Lil Bub or Grumpy Cat may give you a quick mood boost to get you through a tough workday.
Watching cute cat videos and looking at their online pictures may not be a waste of time. A new study has found doing so could boost energy levels and increase feelings of happiness.
Several companies are planning to build network of satellites in space to provide intenet access across the globe. But can it work and will it be affordable?
Facebook, Google, Space X are heading to the stars to bring internet down to Earth – whether you want it or not.
On Human Experiments – behavioural research is now big online, and you're likely to be part of it whether you know it or not.
Increased internet connectivity can spur economic growth throughout Africa. But the continent has a long way to go before it can reap any broadband dividend.
Research suggests that helping low-income households access the internet with broadband connections could bolster job and economic growth.
The internet is seen as a luxury item in many parts of Africa .
Shakespeare didn't 'lol,' but he did 'ha, ha, he.'
A new threat to secure online communication could be a symptom of a wider cyber security problem.
Comcast has successfully moved from managing the pipes to owning the content as well, all the while pushing the legal envelope as far as it can.
With low-income kids unable to participate in the social media conversations of their wealthier peers, a new form of digital inequity is emerging.
There are still many Australians who don't have regular access to the internet. We must do more to bridge the digital divide and accommodate a diversity of technologies.