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Paul Thomas: Ashley Madison hack leaves no stomach unchurned
Paul Thomas: Ashley Madison hack leaves no stomach unchurned

When is hacking good, and when is it bad? The Ashley Madison leak offers a curly conundrum, writes Paul Thomas.

Why are we obsessed with the super-rich?

You'd have thought that we would have got over our fascination with the wealthy. But we haven't.

Online life puts smiles on our dials

According to a type of trend article popular in certain circles these days, the web is some kind of social parasite, eating…

Windows 10: 75 million devices so far

The US software colossus is intent on seeing the new generation operating system aimed at computers, mobile and other devices…

Watch dad reacting to son's doll choice
Watch dad reacting to son's doll choice

When four-year-old Azai chose a doll for himself at the toy store, his dad's reaction was priceless.

Juha Saarinen: Fascinating insight into Internet of Things
Juha Saarinen: Fascinating insight into Internet of Things

The internet of Things - IoT - is a marketing buzz-term, but the whole thing will be upon us sooner rather than later, writes…

Comment: I'm on the Ashley Madison database, and it's changed what I share about my kids
Comment: I'm on the Ashley Madison database, and it's changed what I share about my kids

Frankly, I was intrigued. Really? Eight million folks had signed up to have affairs with neighbors? What brought about that…

William Pesek: SoftBank boss gives Japanese economy a jolt
William Pesek: SoftBank boss gives Japanese economy a jolt

Foreigners don't have all the answers, but they are responsible for Japan's biggest corporate governance successes this…

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Woman live tweets plane break-up
Woman live tweets plane break-up

Woman turns plane delay into gripping Twitter soap opera, live-tweeting the break-up of a couple across…

Ashley Madison hack: The tragic casualty

A range of implications associated with the Ashley Madison hacking scandal have emerged, writes sex and relationship expert…

Christopher Niesche: Plague of short-term thinking

Christopher Niesche writes: The jobs and education portal is a mature business in Australia so it has to look for growth…

Editorial: Aussies show the way with tax initiative

If Australia's initiative works well enough, this country should be quick to follow suit.

Selfie queen 'threatened' to reveal bisexuality
Selfie queen 'threatened' to reveal bisexuality

Selfie queen Karen Danczuk has revealed she is bisexual after claims a former partner had threatened…

Heather du Plessis-Allan: Go after the hackers, not the users

The fallout from the Ashley Madison hack will hurt victims of pranks who have never cheated, writes Heather du Plessis-Allan…

Vlogger 'a paying user of Ashley Madison'

The man who shocked his wife with a surprise pregnancy announcement as he filmed a YouTube vlog, was reportedly a paying…

Have our devices given us 'butterfly brain'?

Checking emails, googling on the move... smartphones have made us dumb, says Maria Lally, but we can break the spell.

Employee told 'create fake profiles'

A former employee of the Ashley Madison adultery website has claimed she was told to create hundreds of fake profiles of…

Russell Brand quits social media
Russell Brand quits social media

British comedian and activist Russell Brand is quitting social media and his YouTube series The Trews…

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