The way schools and universities teach and test has to keep up with the way young people are processing information.
The tech industry is known for having a notably non-diverse workforce. But bias training – when not validated by research that shows it works – isn't going to solve the problem.
Is revenge porn just one example of technology intersecting with sexual and domestic violence? What legal efforts have been made to combat it?
Google's image recognition project has not only generated some disturbing images but also tells us something about how we humans identify objects we see.
Facebook, Google, Space X are heading to the stars to bring internet down to Earth – whether you want it or not.
The Chinese search engine Baidu was found to have cheated in a computer science competition.
A decision against Google in its court case against Oracle this week could lay the ground for upheaval in the industry.
Venture capital money is starting to flow into Australian fintech, but success will largely be based on whether new players can innovate in areas where bank's aren't.
A close look at Hockey's tax avoidance laws aimed at multinationals like Apple and Google, shows they can avoid them.
What constitutes a "taxable presence" in Australia lies at the centre of the government's proposed tax avoidance clampdown on multinational companies.
The recent cyber attacks at Penn State have put personal information of 18,000 students in the hands of hackers. What should universities do to protect students' privacy?
The EU is accusing Google of abusing its dominance in search, yet a similar antitrust case in the US led to a settlement. What counts for the divergent outcomes?
If the money is in the cloud, it makes sense to take as many users there as possible.
Current regulations are a complete mismatch for today's media practices and structures. While politicians shy from the debate, it's time to heed public opinion and revisit the Finkelstein Report.
Legal moves against Google are a major step, with implications that will stretch across the industry.
Web users are increasingly mobile and Google has updated its vital search ranking algorithm to suit - sites that haven't moved with the times will suffer.
With more people using the web from hand-held devices the search giant Google wants you to see more mobile-friendly websites.
The sheer market power concentrated in the hands of such few online companies represents a formidable hurdle to fair competition.
First search, then shopping, now Android – European Commission sets out to take Google to task.
The government want us to believe in the "debt deficit disaster: in order to accept paying more tax. But why do parliamentarians need an inquiry simply to find out how much tax multi-nationals pay?