Pay TV is growing globally, and programming data is now up for grabs.
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A move by the US to open up more competition in pay-TV has sparked a debate about TV viewing data.
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Google saves $9 billion, programmers and users get to keep a popular language and its apps – and a key Oracle product stays alive.
Television is changing rapidly in the Netflix era, but are Australia’s industry protections keeping up?
The European Union is considering imposing a local content quota on video streaming services such as Netflix and Amazon. With local storytelling under threat from global tech giants, could such an approach work here?
The future’s bright… the future’s virtual?
As more companies move towards intelligent, natural voice controlled devices, is the writing on the wall for the keyboard and mouse?
Mobile is a big feature of YouTube Red.
There's a new video-on-demand service in Australia, and it might shake up the sector given its unconventional approach and appeal to young people who shun traditional television viewing.
Some people are still confused over what is paid or sponsored content in a typical Google search.
Most Australians do not understand how the Google search engine works and what is paid or free content in any search results.
Your data is as important as who gets to see it.
There are advantages, too.
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.
European Commission fires a broadside at Google for using Android to enforce its dominant position.
Not our natural habitat. Risk and money go hand in hand.
The desire to fritter away our pay packet on the roll of a dice may not be hardwired at all. So where does it come from?
What do you mean you’ve locked all my doors?
Nest's decision to render its Revolv hub products useless shows how far the home automation industry has to go.
Tech companies play a growing civic role in how we operate as a society. We need to be sure we're happy with that.
How many attempts will it take to unlock this phone?
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The FBI has accessed the data on a shooter's iPhone. What if the device had been running Android?
Pieter Bruegel the Elder’s ‘The Tower of Babel’ (1563).
While translation technology has improved dramatically, there are some significant hurdles.
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.
Since May 2014, Google in Europe has taken requests for the removal of links from its search results.
The debate about the right to be forgotten might be characterised as a showdown: privacy and compassion versus information and freedom. But its solution need not be that simplistic.
Why driverless cars won't let us take our eyes off the road just yet.
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.
Shedding little light. Google under scrutiny.
Scutiny of the £130m settlement leaves the Public Accounts Select Committee
struggling to follow the HMRC strategy.