Technology

Thu 16 Aug 2018

Google honours the ‘father of football’

Google honours the ‘father of football’

THERE’S one man that has been credited with making football the sport we know and love today and to celebrate his he is 187th birthday Google has created something...

Woman’s shock $800 Uber Eats bill

Woman’s shock $800 Uber Eats bill

CONNOR Marner downloaded a popular food delivery app, but never got around to using it. But soon, one huge bill arrived.

Tesla subpoenaed over Musk’s tweet

Tesla subpoenaed over Musk’s tweet

GOVERNMENT regulators have reportedly opened a formal investigation into whether Elon Musk was telling the truth when he said he had the finance to privatise Tesla....

Wed 15 Aug 2018

This is why you should buy a $4000 TV

This is why you should buy a $4000 TV

YOU might not think you need a 4K razor sharp image. But once you’ve seen it you won’t want to give it back.

Telstra flips switch on mobile future

Telstra flips switch on mobile future

PARTS of the Gold Coast just became the first in the world to be connected to the next generation of wireless technology.

Email scam nearly lost mum thousands

Email scam nearly lost mum thousands

ANNA Callinan was almost cheated out of “tens of thousands” of dollars after being targeted by a sophisticated email scam artist.

If you were Mark Zuckerberg, what car would you drive?

If you were Mark Zuckerberg, what car would you drive?

The ordinary — and extraordinary — cars driven by billionaires and sports stars, and how easily they can afford them.

Apple update will change how you browse

Apple update will change how you browse

APPLE’S new software update is set to change how users interact with the internet — and it’s a big middle finger to the likes of Google and Facebook.

The army is using your money to pay vile twits

premium_icon The army is using your money to pay vile twits

Defence has wasted thousands of taxpayer dollars hiring videogamers to publish pro-army posts in a bid to help recruit teens.

Dr Kerryn Phelps backs My Health Record inquiry

premium_icon Dr Kerryn Phelps backs My Health Record inquiry

A PUSH for a Senate inquiry into the My Health Record has been backed by former AMA president Dr Kerryn Phelps. But Greg Hunt has hit back at the proposal.

‘Grave concerns’: My Health changes slammed

premium_icon ‘Grave concerns’: My Health changes slammed

DOCTORS are demanding further changes to the My Health Act as it emerges sensitive health information could be handled by the immigration department and ATO.

ALARMING FOOTAGE: CQ train near misses are increasing

premium_icon ALARMING FOOTAGE: CQ train near misses are increasing

Latest statistics prove the rail safety message isn't getting though

Tue 14 Aug 2018

Fortnite scammers target Android owners

Fortnite scammers target Android owners

FANS of hit video game Fortnite are being urged to be patient for the game’s release on Android devices, as scammers capitalise by promising early downloads.

How the government plans to access your phone data

How the government plans to access your phone data

TELCOS will be compelled to hand over personal data to police or face fines of up to $10 million under proposed new laws.

Tech giant threatening China-Oz relationship

Tech giant threatening China-Oz relationship

AFTER a tumultuous year, the Australia-China relationship is finally back on the mend. But one looming issue still poses a threat.

Why this CEO sacked himself

Why this CEO sacked himself

MATT Bodnar thought he had achieved his dream of being a tech CEO at the age of just 25. But something wasn’t right.

Fortnite, Call of Duty to be tracked

premium_icon Fortnite, Call of Duty to be tracked

TELCOS and tech companies will be forced to hand over messages criminals exchange on popular games like Fortnite and Call of Duty.

Mon 13 Aug 2018

Is it a bird, is it a plane? Strange lights wow locals

premium_icon Is it a bird, is it a plane? Strange lights wow locals

IF YOU saw some strange activity in the sky on the Sunshine Coast last night, don't be alarmed.

Sun 12 Aug 2018

New hi-tech Barbies are spying on our kids

premium_icon New hi-tech Barbies are spying on our kids

CHILD doll Barbie may be cool again but we need to protect our vulnerable children from a conglomerate openly spying on them, writes Barefoot Investor.

Sat 11 Aug 2018

Aussies ‘accept’ data breaches

Aussies ‘accept’ data breaches

MOST Aussies believe they will have their personal financial information stolen online, but many have accepted it as ‘normal’, a study revealed.

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