The firm behind Facebook has bold ambitions for artificial intelligence, with Mark Zuckerberg announcing plans to create the world's most popular AI services.
Several Socceroos were showered with personal abuse at the Asian Cup, with centre-back Harry Souttar saying the targeted criticism crossed a line.
Australia's top cybersecurity agency has issued guidelines for the use of artificial intelligence technology, warning businesses about privacy and data risks.
Anti-Semitic posts and extreme misinformation have been appearing on social media platform X - alongside ads from Australian companies.
Pressure is mounting for an investigation into what a port operator knew about the risks of a cyberattack that affected thousands of container deliveries.
Major ports are almost back to full capacity following a large-scale cyber attack, with attention turning to industrial action threatening further disruptions.
Visiting artificial intelligence experts say Australian students should use AI tools such as ChatGPT in classrooms but they need to be warned about risks.
Households in regional and remote areas are benefiting most from faster broadband, which is also creating more jobs, according to a report.
Low incomes and poor infrastructure have left remote First Nations communities among the most digitally excluded people in the country.
Dating site eHarmony is facing court action after hundreds of singles complained to the consumer watchdog over subscription traps and misleading pricing.
REA Group says that the fundamentals of the property market are strong and buyer enquiries and house prices have both returned to growth.
Australian mobile phone users are being promised greater coverage after Optus announced a partnership with SpaceX to boost its reach.
While the federal government has assembled a team of scam-busting experts to target investment swindles, a consumer group says alternative action is needed.
Young people boasting about crimes on social media can lead to copycats, and platforms have a role to play in moderating posts, the Queensland premier says.
A US National Guard member is in custody over a leak of highly classified documents, an alarming breach that has Washington on edge over the potential damage.
Twitter says it will relax its policy for "cause-based" ads in the US, reversing a three-year-old ban as its new owner Elon Musk tries to pump up revenue.
Cyber criminals have attacked systems of Fire Rescue Victoria but the agency insists public safety has not been compromised.
A Queensland man's posts online leading up to a shooting attack in which he and five people died have raised concerns about the growth of conspiracy theories.
Telstra, Optus and TPG have been fined after failing to tell customers they couldn't achieve the internet speed they were paying for.
The AMA is urging the government to improve mobile and internet coverage in the bush, particularly as several states endure major floods.
Research conducted by the University of Sydney and QUT has found YouTube may have played a role in spreading conspiracy theories.
Google has revealed Australians are most interested in information on COVID-19, op shops and bushfires.
More than two thirds of Queensland businesses say a need for strong digital skills among their workers would have a moderate to critical impact on their future.
Phone and internet provider Optus has been hit by a major cyber attack, prompting concerns customer data has been compromised.
Optus has contacted customers whose personal details may have been stolen by hackers a day after alerting media to a cyber attack of unknown origin.
The federal opposition says a major cyber attack which may have placed customer's private information at risk is a dramatic wake-up call for the government.
Elon Musk has reached an agreement to buy Twitter for $61 billion, promising a more lenient touch to policing content on the social media platform.
Queensland will spend $190 million to turbocharge the speed of internet in 1258 schools, including connecting 40 regional establishments to fibre optics.
The competition watchdog's legal action against Facebook owner Meta for allowing scam cryptocurrency ads could force online giants to better protect users