The fascinating psychology behind ordinary people torturing and killing their characters on popular video game The Sims.
Cancel culture may seem like an abstract online phenomenon but the repercussions are very real for those who are cancelled.
Launch countdown is on for the Curtin University-made Binar-1 satellite, in an Australian first.
An app that connects visually impaired people to sighted helpers worldwide is changing the lives of both users and volunteers in WA.
Allegations of seabird disturbances at Penguin Island have Safety Bay locals calling for drone pilots to take more care.
As Bitcoin soars, a new technology is shaking up the crypto world, and the music industry at the same time.
Scammers lure family, friends and followers to the ‘link in bio’, teasing lewd images of unsuspecting Instagram users.
Internet access is increasing for young people and so are mental health issues.
Drone technology is helping fisherman get a bigger catch without leaving the shore.
What does social media mean for the public sphere and democracy?
During the lockdown, the merits and drawbacks of online gaming come into sharp focus.
With the transition to online learning happening so fast are we in danger of students being left behind?
Experts say we’re at risk of creating a ‘burnout generation’, amid calls for more support.
The rise of artificial intelligence means you could already be living in a simulation.
Curtin University researchers develop innovative education program on WeChat to benefit heart patients in China.
Millennials are allegedly killing the doorbell industry by instead texting the word ‘here’.
Thousands of everyday Australians have been victims of cyber-crimes this year.