‘Making everyone a potential spy’: Huawei’s new smartphone SuperZoom sparks concerns

The SuperZoom on Huawei's latest smartphone reportedly allows users to read signs from hundreds of metres away, but there are fears the technology could encourage people to record someone punching in their ATM security pin from across the road.

How the Lincoln Lewis catfish duped Optus into helping her harass her victim online

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.

Internet war diary details rat attacks and an NBN missing in action

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.

Why wait for 5G? We’re building our own internet, say fed-up WA farmers

Everyone's familiar with slow internet or mobile-phone dropouts but for the nation's farmers — often living well beyond the range of fibre optic cables and phone towers — the stakes are a lot higher.

Why wait for 5G? We’re building our own internet, say fed-up WA farmers

Everyone's familiar with slow internet or mobile-phone dropouts but for the nation's farmers — often living well beyond the range of fibre optic cables and phone towers — the stakes are a lot higher.