Teenagers on Instagram will automatically have their accounts made private under a push to make the social media platform safer for young users.
A sizeable change to the way Apple users will use one service is on the way and Australians will be the first to experience the update.
Two of the Pilbara’s finest have been left gobsmacked after their usual night on the beat was interrupted by a meteor — and it was all captured on bodycam. WATCH THE VISION.
An Australian academic will help advise Facebook about its women's online safety policy and make recommendations about options to help empower women online.
The Morrison Government is pouring billions into artificial intelligence as digital uptake in Australia skyrockets off the back of the COVID-19 pandemic. A minister has revealed why it’s worth it.
Share-trading platform Marketech doesn’t shy away from reminding its users the stock market is high risk and volatile — a reality it feels many similar companies gloss over as online investors surge.
Forget Ground Control and Major Tom, if you really want a space oddity look no further than Jeff Bezos slipping the bonds of Earth in what looks like the bell end of a rocket-powered phallus.
Ben O'SheaThe West Live Host
Introducing the Photoshop on steroids which could affect the share market, your job prospects and even elections. Cybersafety experts reveal the very real risks behind deep fakes.
Boards should be responsible for cyber attacks to the same degree they are held accountable for workplace health and safety incidents, a leading WA cybersecurity expert says.
A business newspaper says Russian authorities managed to disconnect the country from the global internet during tests in June and July.
Bitcoin has held around $US32,000 ($43,500) in a consolidation of a rebound stoked by comments from Elon Musk, Jack Dorsey and Cathie Wood on the future of the largest cryptocurrency.
Molly Wright has given a powerful speech on the importance of the first five years of life, at the opening session of the public-speaking behemoth's first event in more than two years.
A UK man has been arrested in Spain in connection with hacks of several verified Twitter accounts in 2020.
Sarah N Lynch
The streaming giant reported its worst slowdown in subscriber growth in eight years as people emerge from their pandemic cocoons. So it’s adding a new attraction to its marquee: Video games.
The world’s richest man Jeff Bezos launched into space on Tuesday night on the first crewed flight of his New Shepard rocket.
Top cybersecurity expert Alastair MacGibbon has backed the Federal Government’s rebuke of China’s state-sponsored cyber hacking, saying Beijing had earnt the criticism it was copping.
The Home Affairs Minister says cybersecurity is her number one concern, doubling down on singling out China for sweeping cyber attacks that impacted tens of thousands of networks earlier this year.
More than 4500 businesses Australia-wide have reported being the target of email fraudsters over the past 12 months, although officials fear that number could be just the tip of the iceberg.
Artificial intelligence has zoomed into the limelight with its futuristic-like tech capabilities, but Perth startup Isolabs says Australia is quickly falling behind the global adoption rate.
Alcohol remains the main drug of concern for people requiring publicly funded treatment, a new Australian Institute of Health and Welfare report reveals.
A funnel web spider’s venom could save the lives of heart attack victims after a molecule in it was found to halt heart cell death.
Telstra boss Andy Penn confirming the Telco has been actively monitoring for threats to the country’s vaccine supply chain.
Telstra boss Andy Penn has had a crack at government critics of the telco's $2.8 billion sale of mobile phone towers, set to deliver a windfall to shareholders.
Twitter is disappearing its disappearing tweets, called fleets, after they didn't catch on.
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