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'Innovation' is the worst word of the year, with 'agile' a close second

'Innovation' is the worst word of the year, with 'agile' a close second

Helen RazerApr 28, 20168 Comments

The private sector is not the be all and end all of Australian technological advancement.

You people should stop with your whistleblowing and encryption, says Turnbull

You people should stop with your whistleblowing and encryption, says Turnbull

Josh TaylorApr 22, 20169 Comments

The Prime Minister loves encryption, but it's not for you.

Govt to finally introduce data breach notification bill -- but it's all for show

Josh TaylorApr 21, 20164 Comments

There's a lot on the legislative agenda for the winter sitting of Parliament, which is odd because there isn't really going to be a winter sitting ...

New, souped-up Crikey

New, souped-up Crikey

Cassidy Knowlton and Nadine RaydanApr 19, 20166 Comments

Welcome to your new, souped-up Crikey! Everything has changed -- except the most important things, which haven't changed at all.

Panama Papers only the beginning for high-tech investigative journalism

Panama Papers only the beginning for high-tech investigative journalism

StilgherrianApr 19, 20167 Comments

Cutting-edge intelligence analysis and document discovery software made the Panama Papers possible.

Did Tesla just kill the petrol car?

Did Tesla just kill the petrol car?

Giles ParkinsonApr 6, 20169 Comments

Analysts have loudly declared the end of petrol-powered cars, following the announcement of Tesla's Model 3 electric car.

Rape fears and harassment, but bright spots for women in tech, too

Bernard KeaneMar 18, 20161 Comment

Being a woman in tech can be physically dangerous. But some companies are having success in trying to reverse the decline in women in the sector.

Can the FBI hack your iPhone?

Can the FBI hack your iPhone?

Josh TaylorFeb 18, 201612 Comments

The US government pinkie swears it is only going to use a backdoor to Apple products this one time. But Apple's having none of it.

Can you detect cancer with one 10-minute saliva test?

Zara McDonaldFeb 17, 20163 Comments

A new saliva test can detect cancer in just 10 minutes. Crikey intern Zara McDonald finds out what it might mean for Australians.

Are US academics who cite WikiLeaks blackballed?

Are US academics who cite WikiLeaks blackballed?

Chris SpannosDec 18, 20156 Comments

Does the US government prevent academics from using WikiLeaks material? New Internationalist digital editor Chris Spannos explains.