Australian politicians including the Prime Minister and Opposition Leader risk being kicked off China's largest social media platform WeChat for using official accounts set up by Chinese citizens.
In 2009 we were promised a fast National Broadband Network with optical fibre cables direct to most homes and businesses. Instead, we've ended up with a mix of technologies including optical fibre, copper wires, Hybrid Fibre Coaxial, fixed wireless and satellite.
In another bad product release for Samsung, its brand-new folding Galaxy Fold smartphone appears to be breaking after being used for only a couple of days, according to journalists reviewing the device before launch.
In the wake of the Christchurch massacre, Scott Morrison overestimated the ability of algorithms to censor hate content, as RMIT ABC Fact Check found out.
As more of daily life moves not only online but into the orbit of intelligent machines, computer scientists and lawyers are debating a fuzzy line: when are you hacking a computer and when are you simply tricking it?
The "Loom" scheme, an international online scam targeting young people through social media that sees most participants ending up "scamming" family and friends, is circulating in Australia.
WikiLeaks says its founder Julian Assange has been the subject of a sophisticated spying operation in London's Ecuadorean embassy where he has been holed up since 2012.
Burger King asks a New Zealand franchisee to take down a promotional video showing customers trying to eat burgers with chopsticks after it sparks a huge online outcry and demands for an apology.
Optus apologises after a stalker in Melbourne's northern suburbs repeatedly tricked the telecommunications giant into giving her the phone numbers and account login details for one of her victims.
The Chinese consulate warned Georges River Council they didn't want 'any embarrassing situations' as they repeatedly pressured them to ban an independent media company that had been critical of China's Communist Party.