Every industry has its practitioners who over charge and under deliver. Both graphic design and copywriting have more than their fair share.
In 1999 I completely dismissed the importance of flash memory cards as a storage medium for the future. It taught me big lessons on how to consider a technology's long-term potential.
ChatGPT reveals the potential for a Knowledge Engine that can speed up our ability to learn.
If you ask an AI art tool to be inspired by a specific artist, should the artist be compensated?
Executives say they can't stop the trends they're seeing on their platforms. Oh, really?
The LaMBDA situation is a reminder we're just too good at personification.
Back to basics for the media industry - or is it too late?
Online learning needs to be about relationships, not just info dumping, or it is destined to fail to support the messy, real world needs of students.
Unlike so many media depictions of anxiety, Celeste reflects the messy, non-linear nature of dealing with mental illness.
What happens when all you can get is a handful of pirated games? And what changes when you can finally buy everything ever made?
After a few months using the iPad Pro for art, it’s clear to see why so many pros choose the device and its software.
Transforming a letter to a friend who passed away into a videogame? We profile Cécile Richard on their AGDA winning game and what drives their love for indie development.
We look at the Nintendo, Sega and PlayStation Classics and explore the modding scenes making the most of these amazing retro remakes.
I've worked from home for about 10 out of the past 16 years of work life. There is no template for perfection, but here's some tips for how to find a system that works for you.
From specifics like email to backups, to big issues like reading deeper and rediscovering boredom. Here's 10 ways to fix our tech usage in the 2020s.
From Mad Max Fury Road to The Crown, World of Warcraft to The Boys, Sydney's Trackdown Studios makes big productions sound amazing.
At the end of the first week of Musk's Twitter, it's hard to put a finger on which part of the chaos engine has been the most damaging to the brand.
There's never been a company with such a wide gap between its cultural impact and its economic success. Maybe a little chaos makes sense right now?
News rounded up from Google, USB 4, Medibank, Spotify exclusive pods, positive social apps for teens, and AI bias issues in the jobs market.
The biggest platforms and developers weren't on the show floor in 2022. But does the spirit of PAX protect it against the changing nature of games marketing?
The same price in an inflationary market and some solid updates in camera and features makes it a good year to upgrade if you've been waiting for a few years.