Journalist suffers epilepsy attack due to Twitter image Newsweek senior writer Kurt Eichenwald has suffered an epilepsy attack after a image, aimed at triggering precisely such an attack, was sent to him on…
Google agrees to delay snooping on Gmail Google has agreed to change the way it scans emails destined for a Gmail user's inbox, following a class action lawsuit in California.
iBeacon shows the way for visitors to Adelaide Zoo Adelaide Zoo is using Apple’s iBeacon interactive technology that pushes information straight to an iPhone or iPad, to enhance visitor experience at the zoo.
Sidekix launches walking app in Australian market Israel-based walking navigation app Sidekix, which personalises routes according to users’ interests, has launched in Australia.
Tuned Global in tune with Japan’s music streaming service Line Music Australian mobile engagement company Tuned Global, which uses music as key content, has inked an agreement with Japan’s leading music streaming service Line Music, to…
LexisNexis, Human Rights Commission launch RightsApp Global technology solutions for legal professionals vendor LexisNexis is collaborating with the Australian Human Rights Commission to develop RightsApp, a mobile application that allows users…
Scan – new to Adobe Reader Mobile In this increasingly mobile first, cloud first, world Adobe has incorporated its new Sensei scanning into its free Adobe Reader Android and iOS app.
Mozilla’s Safari Killer also challenges advertising Mozilla’s new Firefox Focus for iOS is a new, free, fast, and easy-to-use private browser that will not spy on you or serve up a…
Internet freedoms being curbed, says new study A report on Internet freedom in 65 countries by a pro-democracy think tank has found that it declined in 2016 in most of these countries…
Fake shopping apps emptying Apple Wallets this season Fake shopping apps have surfaced in Apple’s App Store. These apps look legitimate and even use legitimate payment systems to empty your e-wallet.

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