StilgherrianNov 7, 20142 Comments
A new piece of malware surfacing in China has torn down Apple users' claims that its operating systems are immune to attack.
StilgherrianOct 27, 201412 Comments
Your digital breadcrumbs are very easy to trace, with even moderately skilled hackers (or companies, or governments) easily able to figure out where you live and track your movements in real time.
StilgherrianOct 15, 20148 Comments
Coverage of last night's wild storm that lashed Sydney seems to show that, in a digital age, Twitter is a more reliable source of information than old media.
StilgherrianSep 9, 20144 Comments
The Apple rumour mill is working overtime to keep up with speculation about the imminent release of the iPhone 6. At some point, the obsession with increasingly invasive tech will have to wane...right?
StilgherrianSep 8, 20141 Comment
Twitter is considering changing its format so that it will curate your news feed. But that will defeat the entire purpose of Twitter -- and a lot of breaking news will be lost in the process.
StilgherrianAug 28, 201425 Comments
The government's estimations of the download speeds we'll need in the future are laughable -- and alarming.
StilgherrianAug 6, 20145 Comments
Anyone still pushing the angle that stuff called "metadata" is less revealing than stuff called "content" is either a fool or a liar, writes Stilgherrian.
StilgherrianAug 4, 20146 Comments
Everyone who's anyone is on Twitter, right? Well ...
StilgherrianJul 31, 201421 Comments
The government's scheme to force job-seekers to send 40 applications a month will definitely increase employment -- among entrepreneurial app developers.
StilgherrianJul 30, 201411 Comments
Like it or not, more native advertising -- where lines can be blurred between paid ads and editorial content -- is coming our way.