People using smartphone apps and wearable technology to track their health and fitness, weight loss or bodily functions could be unwittingly handing over some of their most private information to third parties.
Australians would pay more to legally download music and movies under federal government proposals to tackle online piracy, with the vast bulk of the extra revenue flowing to overseas companies rather than the local production sector, according to two of the country's top economists.
Apple's online store crashed under the weight of demand from eager early adopters hoping to pre-order one of the new iPhone 6 models launched this week.
Hordes of people lucky enough to have nabbed pre-orders for the first iPhone 6 shipments are now flogging them online for well over the recommended retail price.
A cancer diagnosis, family adversity and hard work, did not stop Belle Gibson collecting her reward last week.
The Australian Taxation Office hopes to shave 45 seconds off each of the several-million calls it receives every year by using a new automated voice identification system.
This week, the developer that created Halo releases its first game in five years. But what is this epic, social, online shooter all about?
When Soviet troops marched into Hungary in November 1956, Bill Rowe was in Wagga Wagga. "I was crapping myself because I really didn't want to go [to war]," he recalls of his 17-year-old self.
A day in the life of Australia's online and media use.
In the binary world of technology there are two types of people: those who adore Apple and its products and those who loathe everything the company makes and stands for with equal measure.
The INBA Tasmanian Natural Physique state championships attracted about 100 entrants, and was held at Launceston's Albert Hall.
The Examiner's editor Martin Gilmour has resigned to take up a position with the state government.
The Long Table Community Feast was held at The Tailrace Centre at Riverside on Friday night.
Adam Sutton and Tegan Hastings celebrated their engagement at the Riverside Golf Club on Saturday night.
The Old Launcestonians Football Club held its annual dinner at The Boathouse on Friday night.
ONE OF the big issues for Centrelink is catching out welfare cheats.
UNFORTUNATELY Mr Martin Kjar (Letters, September 9) has not understood.