Here's how the latest baseline iPhone compares to Google's just-released $999 Pixel 5, and Samsung's identically-priced Galaxy S20 FE.
- by Tim Biggs
If timing is everything then Sergey Brin and Larry Page certainly chose the right moment to bow out.
- by Robin Pagnamenta
The balance between the right to privacy and police powers is delicate, particularly with Big Tech.
- The Herald's View
Inside Google, it is called the "Code Red" scenario. Losing the company's hallowed position as the iPhone's de facto search engine would be a nightmare moment. No wonder that the internet giant pays through the nose for the privilege.
- by Margi Murphy and James Titcomb
Social media is created by savvy designers who often exploit human biases, but there is mounting evidence that too much screen-time is doing us, and our children, real damage.
- by Andrew Leigh and Nick Terrell
In Google's infancy, its founders reviled Microsoft as a tech bully that ruthlessly abused its dominance to choke off competition. Their disdain is now a distant memory as Google confronts an existential threat similar to what Microsoft once faced.
- by Michael Liedtke
The lawsuit, the biggest antitrust case in a generation, claims that Google acted unlawfully to maintain its position in search and search advertising on the internet.
- by Diane Bartz and David Shepardson
Google is targeting federal MPs with briefings aimed at convincing them not to vote for laws that would force digital giants to pay for news.
- by Lisa Visentin
Influential technology critic Tristan Harris wants more regulation of the big technology companies and says Australia's push to charge publishers to fund journalism has application on a global scale.
- by Cara Waters