Residential proxies are excellent for operations like accessing geo-blocked information or scraping websites, which would otherwise be a tall order if this intermediary did not exist
There is a misconception that ChatGPT may replace the tutor.
It remains to be seen if Twitter will really tag tweets from President Donald Trump containing disputed or misleading information about COVID-19.
A quick look at the iOS 14 code reveals that only the upcoming iPhone 12 “Pro” models will be equipped with a sensor that allows for improved 3D capabilities, a report says.
British Airways is investigating a massive customer data breach from its website and mobile app.
Huawei appears to have been caught lying about its phone camera capabilities.
Although the explosion apparently released potentially harmful substances in the air, it did not result in fire or major injuries.
There is a new phishing email scam that is designed to fool Optus customers.
Telstra is getting rid of excess data charges with its new Peace of Mind Data feature and new flexible telco packages.
The US president is the first returned result partly due to a concerted effort to associate him with that word.
Chinese hackers have reportedly infiltrated the computer network of Australian National University.
The Keyword Snooze aims to give users more options on what content they want to see on their News Feed.
Facebook is testing a new paywall in its Groups.
The US multinational tech giant admitted to misleading representations to customers with faulty iPhones and iPads.
The social media giant said the issue, which it blamed on a software bug, has been fixed.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg may be called on to face Australian Parliament.
Federighi said Safari would give users the ability to stop social media platforms and other sites like Facebook and Google from tracking them across online.
Scammers have targeted dozens of Australians who have asked for technical support online.
Papua New Guinea will ban Facebook for a month for research purposes.
A US couple’s private conversation was recorded by Amazon’s Alexa and sent to an acquaintance without their knowledge two weeks ago.
The telco’s 4G and 4G mobile network went down Monday morning, and even its outage page on its website was down.
Laurel or Yanny? An audio recording is being hailed as the new “The Dress” online debate as it proceeds to tear the Internet apart.
Vodafone Australia will also be launching unlimited data plans on Wednesday, one day earlier than Telstra’s launch.
Telstra will be launching its first smartphone unlimited data plan.
Web searches to delete Facebook from Australian users jumped 95 percent in March in the wake of the Cambridge Analytica scandal, according to a new study.
New leaks on the upcoming iPhone reveal another hefty price tag for the smartphone. According to sources, the iPhone X2 or iPhone 11 will cost somewhere north of $1,000, similar to its predecessor, the iPhone X.
Russia was behind the series of cyber attacks on up to 400 businesses in 2017, Australia has claimed.
Tim Cook has criticised Facebook over the social media giant’s recent privacy-hacking scandal.
The latest Nindies Showcase video has unveiled an incredible lineup of new indie games for the Nintendo Switch.
The demo for “Yakuza 6: The Song of Life” has returned to the PlayStation Store.
“PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds” is now available on mobile
Listed below are three new Steam games released in the past few days. Included are a pixel adventure title, a claustrophobic horror experience, and a challenging dungeon crawler.
Facebook has permanently banned the page of the far-right political group Britain First for posting anti-Muslim videos and hate speech.
Two reporters at China’s annual parliamentary meeting, “Two Sessions,” have caused a social media storm after one of them dramatically rolled her eyes while the other was delivering her long-winded question.