Airbnb’s logo change is facing a backlash on social media, with many commentators suggesting it looks like sexual organs and other parts of the human body.
I believe a connected home (home in which household appliances and home electronics are seamlessly connected to the Internet) is extremely likely to become a reality in the next five years. However what security and privacy issues are in play?
I was strolling along the beach, when I saw a scene from the future, people were dancing on the beach, feet in the water… in silence!
After the selfies, the belfies, the shelfies, welcome to the Friday footsies for street child Africa charity and the rise of hashtags campaign.
Last month during an IT event, some journalists told me the technology world is a boy’s club and women have nothing to do in this industry! Wow.
Research shows people spend as much time online paying bills or researching a product as they do using social media.
Twenty years ago the Awards encouraged women to break through the glass ceiling; today they play an important role in encouraging gender equality in business in Australia.
Huge for developers, massive for everyone else. This is the biggest developer release ever includes extensibility features, HealthKit, HomeKit & Swift.
In a mystery location in Australia, TheVault, containing 50 Samsung Galaxy S5s, awaits discovery. Over five weeks Vodafone and Samsung will release a series of clues online to reveal part of the weekly combination.
Telstra strategy aims to offer all Australians, Telstra customer or not, access to two million Wi-Fi hotspots across the nation within five years.
eBay Collections and it enables people to curate and group items together, to create visual stories in a way that is not only inspiring and engaging but instantly shoppable.
I have the massive pleasure to announce you Women Love Tech is the finalist at the Optus IT Journalism Awards 2014 also know as The Lizzies for the Best Independent Media.