Meng Wanzhou, Huawei's global chief financial officer, was arrested in Canada this month and faces extradition to the United States, which alleges she covered up her company's links to a firm that tried to sell equipment to Iran despite sanctions.
The My Health Record digital database is using an old technology designed to share data between providers and patients, not other providers, and still does not meet appropriate standards, say some healthcare experts.
The Assistance and Access Bill leaves Aussie technology companies angry and struggling to understand the potential impact on their business.
The Government wants new laws to force technology companies to let police access encrypted messages. Technology companies, human rights groups, lawyers and others aren't happy. And no-one quite knows how this will play out.
The breakout hit game of the year has received a lot of bad press in tabloid media for its violence and perceived addictive qualities. But it's also the cause of a global dance fever, writes Seamus Byrne.
As Australian political parties prepare for three big elections in the next six months, they are adopting sophisticated 'big data' crunching techniques to target voters.
Under increasing scrutiny, Facebook is trying to be more transparent about how it polices status updates, photos and news. But consistency is proving tricky.
Gamers uploading videos where they beat up women may be surprising to those who aren't familiar with gaming culture, but sexism and violent acts against women perpetuated by players are quite common in games like Red Dead Redemption 2.