‘Leaked’ iPad mini 2 photos suggest it will have similar look to iPhone 5S

Reported new pictures of the iPad mini 2 have shown the Apple device may be similar in design to the iPhone 5S. The stills, which have ... Full story

Rockstar: GTA 5 police are not racist

GTA V developer Rockstar has been forced to come out and defend Los Santos’s police force against claims of racial discrimination from gamers. The world has ... Full story

Google alters secret formula for searches

GOOGLE says it recently overhauled the closely guarded formula that runs its influential internet search engine to give better answers. The overhaul came as part ... Full story

Bill Gates confesses: 'Control-Alt-Delete' was a mistake

BILL Gates has confessed that it was a mistake to set 'Control-Alt-Delete' as a way to log in to Windows. During a talk at Harvard, ... Full story

Bizarre ways to unlock your iPhone includes nipples, toes and paws

TECH savvy hackers are finding interesting ways to unlock the iPhone 5S fingerprint-based security system. TouchID, Apple's breakthrough authentication system for the iPhone 5S, labelled ... Full story

Facebook says sorry for suicide girl dating advert

Facebook has apologised for a dating website advert that featured a photograph of a teenage girl who committed suicide after being bullied online. The social networking ... Full story

Yahoo now has 800 million users: CEO

YAHOO boss Marissa Mayer says the internet company now has about 800 million worldwide users, a 20 per cent increase since she was lured away ... Full story

Unlucky frog launched into space by NASA

AN UNLUCKY frog took a giant leap for mankind when it was (accidentally) launched into space by a NASA rocket. The frog's unfortunate journey was ... Full story

Racist app "Ghetto Tracker" taken down after Twitter attack

A website and app called "Ghetto Tracker", designed to help people avoid going to the "bad" part of town has been taken down after it ... Full story

Google fights for right to read your email

Google’s attorneys say their long-running practice of electronically scanning the contents of people’s Gmail accounts to help sell ads is legal, and are asking a ... Full story

How good is the Samsung smartwatch?

WHAT'S it like to strap on a smartwatch? Momentarily baffling. Immediately convenient. Even a little life-changing. Like millions of others, I'm chained to my smartphone ... Full story

Passenger Hasan Syed's paid tweet gets results on Twitter with British Airways

A DISGRUNTLED British Airways customer has paid to promote a tweet complaining about the airline in a move some believe could be a new trend. ... Full story

Five things you shouldn’t be telling the world on Facebook

The media love a scare story and it’s easy to get overly paranoid. But do you know how much information you’re giving away on Facebook ... Full story

MIT researchers invent new program that teaches the socially awkward how to interact with new people

Researchers at MIT have developed an automated personal-computer system designed to help people those hampered by poor social skills overcome anxiety at meeting new people. The ... Full story

Apple is attempting to trademark the word 'startup'

In a brazen move, Apple filed an application in Australia two days ago to trademark the word "startup." The application seeks to use the trademark ... Full story

Google co-founder Sergey Brin, 40, splits from wife and now rumored to be dating younger employee

Google Inc co-founder Sergey Brin has separated from his wife of six years, and now the 40-year-old Silicon Valley mogul is reportedly dating a younger ... Full story

Google's new tablet beats Apple's iPad

GOOGLE will fire a new weapon in the tablet war today, launching a revamped 7-inch tablet in Australian stores with a smaller form, greater resolution ... Full story

Apple to launch trade-ins - report

REPORTS are circulating that Apple is about to launch an iPhone trade-in program to coincide with the release of its new model next month. Under ... Full story

Syrian hackers disrupt New York Times, Twitter

READERS who tried to click on the New York Times' website got nothing but error messages for several hours during the site's second major disruption ... Full story

Siri trash talks Google Glass

APPLE'S Siri has always been a bit of a joker, knocking back countless proposals of marriage and answering "42" to the ultimate question of life, ... Full story

Security researcher Khalil Shreateh who hacked Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's profile gets $11k

INTERNET users have raised more than $11,000 to reward a Palestinian security researcher who hacked into Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg's profile to expose a security ... Full story

Frustrated hacker goes to Zuckerberg's page to report Facebook bug

A Palestinian information system expert says he was forced to post a bug report on Mark Zuckerberg’s Facebook page after the social network’s security team ... Full story

Don't expect email privacy: Google

PEOPLE using Google's email service should not expect privacy, the internet giant is arguing. Its lawyers said anyone communicating via Gmail had no right to ... Full story

Twitter in trouble over '#GaysMustDie'

A FRENCH gay rights group wants to take Twitter to court for allegedly violating hate speech laws, after the hashtag “#LesGaysDoiventDispaîratreCar” ("Gay people must die") ... Full story

'My only friend is, like, my grandma': Why teens don't use Facebook anymore

IS THIS the beginning of the end for Facebook? According to 13-year-old Ruby Karp, Facebook isn't "trending" anymore among her friends. In a scathing blog post ... Full story

Stop posting so many Facebook photos

WE ALL have them: The chronic Facebook photo-posters who inundate your News Feed with snaps of everything they eat, do and see. And it turns ... Full story

Twitter blocks Archbishop Desmond Tutu's account for aggressively following others

NOBEL Peace Prize winner Desmond Tutu has had his Twitter account suspended for "aggressively following" other users, just hours after it was launched. The ex-archbishop's ... Full story

Russia to ban online swearing

THE Russian Government is planning to ban foul language from the internet under child protection laws. State Duma Deputy Yelena Mizulina plans to amend a ... Full story

Are you an annoying Facebooker?

According to Facebook the average user checks their account 15-20 times a day thanks to its mobile application, but are you annoying the hell out ... Full story

Twitter helps French track racist tweeters

TWITTER has given French authorities information that can help identify the authors of a series of racist and anti-Semitic tweets that carried French hashtag. The ... Full story