The "involuntary celibate" are going to extreme lengths to physically embody the male ideal, but all the surgery in the world will not make misogyny attractive, Emma Jane writes.
From robot bartenders, AI judges and delivery bots to tech giants like Skype and TransferWise — in less than 30 years Estonia has made the transformation from a struggling post-Soviet state to one of the world's most digitalised nations.
The video may be an attempt to test Facebook's new fake video policies, after the company recently refused to remove a fake video of top US Democrat Nancy Pelosi.
Demanding US visa applicants hand over social media account details sounds like a win for security, but there are four things to watch out for, writes John Coyne.
Australian farmers and animal activists alike are being targeted with online threats of violence and death, an ABC investigation finds. One cyberspace expert describes it as "cyberhate" and "a new kind of workplace bullying".
If you've been following the AFP's Facebook page for a while, you might have participated in their Game of Thrones poll or laughed at their Justin Timberlake post — but the LOLs form part of a much bigger strategy.