We chat to R&D tax incentive expert Ben Thompson from Techlever about the Digital Games Tax Offset and some of the issues he’d like to see addressed ahead of its introduction.
It isn’t “good for us”, it won’t fix itself, and weather isn’t climate. We bust the big myths wheeled out again and again by deniers.
After recent Oversight Board questions, Facebook might be about to stop letting politicans say whatever they like.
In today’s bulletin, parliament considers trialling limits on phone use on the House floor, plus SpaceX, Google, YouTube and more.
Minister Dutton wants to blame games again for why there’s toxic masculinity out there. Here’s a bunch of time he was more toxic than GTA.
The humble plastic brick can allow you to build history, explore perspectives, and come to a deeper appreciation for humanity’s complexity.
It could soon be illegal to sell videogames containing loot boxes to children, if legislation ahead of the German Federal Council passes.
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.
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.
“That’s a problem with popular culture: these films are profoundly thought through, but it’s too easy to look cool, have a cool haircut, and have a gun, and you think that’s all you need to do in life.”
Seamus and Nic the case of the missing SBS OnDemand from consoles, the mystery of what’s gone wrong with the…