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?
It is hard to understand what kind of person becomes a catfish but perhaps it's even harder to understand how someone could fall victim. It's easier than you think, write Dr Eric Vanman and Samantha Lo Monaco
Uber reveals that 91 million passengers use its services globally, but warns ahead of its listing on the US share market that it may never earn a profit due to intense competition from rivals.
Co-working office spaces have been a hit with work-at-home professionals or self-employed people seeking a productive environment and sense of belonging, but now they're going a step further.
Melbourne has seen a meteoric rise in co-working spaces, where crafting a community of like-minded individuals takes more than just providing a few desks and a slab of beer at the end of the week.
The ABC's Malcolm Sutton chronicles his exhaustive battle to remain connected to the internet via ageing, rat-infested infrastructure while also trying to gain access to the NBN.
The software giant's president says vague new laws are damaging the Australian technology industry and causing customers to seek options in other countries.