The federal government is moving quickly to accept all the recommendations of a parliamentary committee reviewing its controversial data retention bill.
Chris Johnston There is a booming trend towards making a written plan of what happens to your social media pages and other digital assets after you die.
Ben Westcott The ACT attorney-general has gone quiet on Canberrans' right to online privacy after his federal party indicated it would back controversial metadata retention laws.
Melanie Kembrey From parking, to walking, events and beaches - here are the apps that will make your weekend better.
Hannah Francis Fully customisable gender option comes to Australia for the first time.
Ben Grubb We take a look at the issues many academics, privacy advocates and civil libertarians have raised with the data retention scheme.
Jo Tovey On what has been described as a "red letter day for internet freedom", the communications authority in the United States has agreed to new rules that guarantee an open internet in line with the concept known as "net neutrality".
The Siberian crater saga is more widespread — and scarier — than anyone thought.
Emma Partridge Police have smashed an international identity theft ring accused of making thousands of fake NSW driver's licences to fraudulently obtain loans and credit cards and board domestic flights.
Marissa Calligeros Engineers working from a garage-size lab in Melbourne’s suburbs have made the world’s first 3D printed jet engine.