WA’s startup sector expects to cash in on the record-breaking Afterpay takeover, with the mammoth $39 billion deal setting a new agenda of what is possible for local tech firms.
Australians will no longer have to rummage for spare change or a card to use Telstra's 15,000-plus public payphones, with national calls to be free from now on.
Twitter says it has signed a deal with the Associated Press and Reuters to help elevate accurate information on its platform.
A website reports the divorce between Bill Gates and Melinda French Gates has been finalised.
Google says it will use the Tensor processor to power its future Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro phones.
Chavi Mehta and Akanksha Rana
Fresh off the back of running logistics for the G7 summit in the UK last month, the Perth-based company is considering how best to raise $15 million to $20 million to launch a US business.
Danielle Le Messurier
Amazon has copped a huge fine from the European Union for processing personal data in violation of the EU's General Data Protection Regulation.
Facebook has reported higher second-quarter sales and profit but struck a cautious tone looking ahead.
The internet giant took advantage of an uneven pandemic reopening, catering to homebound users spending more time on screens as well as consumers venturing out to shop and travel.
Microsoft has reported sales and profit that exceeded analysts’ estimates for a 10th-straight quarter, sending shares higher.
The tech giant warning that sales growth may be slowing and supplies are getting tight, putting a damper on investor excitement following a record-setting third quarter.
Teenagers on Instagram will automatically have their accounts made private under a push to make the social media platform safer for young users.
A sizeable change to the way Apple users will use one service is on the way and Australians will be the first to experience the update.
Two of the Pilbara’s finest have been left gobsmacked after their usual night on the beat was interrupted by a meteor — and it was all captured on bodycam. WATCH THE VISION.
An Australian academic will help advise Facebook about its women's online safety policy and make recommendations about options to help empower women online.
The Morrison Government is pouring billions into artificial intelligence as digital uptake in Australia skyrockets off the back of the COVID-19 pandemic. A minister has revealed why it’s worth it.
Share-trading platform Marketech doesn’t shy away from reminding its users the stock market is high risk and volatile — a reality it feels many similar companies gloss over as online investors surge.
Forget Ground Control and Major Tom, if you really want a space oddity look no further than Jeff Bezos slipping the bonds of Earth in what looks like the bell end of a rocket-powered phallus.
Ben O'SheaThe West Live Host
Introducing the Photoshop on steroids which could affect the share market, your job prospects and even elections. Cybersafety experts reveal the very real risks behind deep fakes.
Boards should be responsible for cyber attacks to the same degree they are held accountable for workplace health and safety incidents, a leading WA cybersecurity expert says.
A business newspaper says Russian authorities managed to disconnect the country from the global internet during tests in June and July.
Bitcoin has held around $US32,000 ($43,500) in a consolidation of a rebound stoked by comments from Elon Musk, Jack Dorsey and Cathie Wood on the future of the largest cryptocurrency.
Molly Wright has given a powerful speech on the importance of the first five years of life, at the opening session of the public-speaking behemoth's first event in more than two years.
A UK man has been arrested in Spain in connection with hacks of several verified Twitter accounts in 2020.
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