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Google’s new Play Store 15% revenue is more flexible than Apple’s similar approach. Does it really solve the mobile marketplace, though?
Australians’ time spent on news websites dropped by as much as 22% during Facebook’s news ban in February. It still hasn’t recovered.
We handed Facebook fewer rules and no mandatory code while giving it an excuse to gain data on what a Facebook without news looks like.
WhatsApp will be restricting messaging services and potentially deleting accounts of users who don’t accept the new terms and conditions.
LastPass kills cross-device access for free users, as Bitwarden looms as a ready-made replacement for security-savvy users on a budget.
Would you pay to use Twitter? The bird app company is testing subscription models and a Patreon-styled premium content access feature.
Pre-orders and pricing have begun for SpaceX’s Starlink satelite based internet service in Australia, which is set to launch later this year.
A poorly communicated update from secure messaging service WhatsApp sees millions abandon the service in favour of competitors.
Big media, big tech, and big politics. Everyone is trying to look like the biggest tool in the name of winning a fight about the wrong thing.
Australia’s developing media laws continue to get spicy, with US officials the latest detractors alongside Facebook and Google.
First time buying a laptop for school? Make sure you follow these important steps to get the device that will help and not hinder your child.
It turns out that upgrading your NBN connection to FTTP is pretty expensive, but it should’ve been done right in the first place.
The Australian Government has a new code to try to tackle spam calls which robbed Australians of approximately $36 million in 2020.
At least one of Australia’s top security agencies has “incidentally collected” data from the COVIDSafe app.