The raging controversy over whether Facebook behaved unethically when it conducted a secret psychological experiment on its users is continuing, with a UK regulator now investigating.
Facebook users are pushing back after news surfaced of a "massive experiment" in which users were unwitting participants in a study of how social media posts affected their moods.
Mobile phone transactions are taking off, with Australians now four times more likely to use mobile phones for payments and banking services today than in 2010, according to new research.
Since launching free blanket wifi coverage across the CBD last November, Perth has vaulted from last to become the nation’s wireless hotspot capital among smartphone users according to new research.
A new type of young workers called 'GenMobile' are forcing employers to rethink traditional work patterns and make the workplace more flexible and mobile according to fresh research.
The NRL is this year following in AFL’s footsteps to broadcast matches live to subscribers on mobile phones and tablets, and Roy Morgan Research has studied which footy fans are so far using AFL Live Official App.
IT management software firm SolarWinds has told journalists that today’s IT professionals must adopt new skillsets and be prepared to help their companies make informed, strategic business decisions, according to a new survey released today.
If you text and walk, you're a bloody idiot - new research is showing that people that text while walking are at risk of ruining their balance and posture, and severe injury.
A new report has uncovered an ongoing proliferation of Apple iOS phishing sites in Australia and New Zealand, as well as a continued increase in online banking malware.
Texting your significant other all the time should mean you're deeply in love, right? Apparently not, according to some new research.
Over one third of Australian businesses are in the dark about amendments to the Privacy Act which are due to come into effect March 2014, new research shows.
Minister for Communications Malcolm Turnbull has launched the third year of PayPal Australia’s Driving Business Online (DBO) campaign in Sydney this morning.
The price of a pre-paid mobile phone is nearly nine times more in Sydney than Los Angeles, according to new cost of living research.
Two thirds of Aussies who have used wearable technology said it helped their health and fitness, according to new research released today.
New research by app-testing firm Appurify has confirmed an app's user rating may be far more important than you might have thought.
Nearly 2.3 million media tablets were sold in Australia in the first half of 2013, almost as much as the whole of 2012, according to new research released today.
Nearly one in ten UK kids owns a mobile phone by the age of five, new research shows.
Australian and New Zealand businesses are spending a paltry amount of their digital marketing budgets on optimisation, despite evidence showing those who optimise are reaping thousands of dollars return for every dollar spent.
Apple's iPhone 5 is the most hated handset in the world while Samsung's Galaxy S4 is the most loved, according to new research.
The popular notion that media causes people to kill is based on flawed research, and those who support it ignore ample evidence to the contrary, according to a report issued today.
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