In China, they call it the "app for everything" and on Friday AEST, US President Donald Trump banned it.
- by Eryk Bagshaw
Trying to crack down on the power exhibited by the "big tech" giants may be too big of a hurdle for the US and Europe.
- by Alex Webb
Self-driving pioneer Anthony Levandowski had once been feted by companies such as Google and Uber for his engineering expertise. But his ego and greed led to his spectacular fall from grace, and turned him into a Silicon Valley cautionary tale.
- by Kate Conger
Several local publishers could be ineligible to negotiate with Google and Facebook under a new code of conduct.
- by Zoe Samios
Two alterations to media law will provide support to serious journalism.
- The Herald's View
If you found yourself swearing over lags and poor video quality while using Zoom and others, you were not alone. At times it was enough to make you want to switch on Netflix instead, with good reason.
- by Aja Styles
ACCC chair Rod Sims said that the federal government made the call to exclude the public broadcasters from being remunerated by Google and Facebook.
- by Zoe Samios and Fergus Hunter
Taming digital giants, which boast revenues larger than the output of entire economies, will not be easy.
- by Elizabeth Knight
Google has lashed a new code of conduct that will force tech giants to pay media companies for their news content, warning the government intervention will hinder the company's ability to service Australian users.
- by Fergus Hunter and Zoe Samios
In this episode, national editor Tory Maguire is joined by media and telecommunications journalist Zoe Samios to discuss the implications of the draft code for Australian media and the companies.
- by Tory Maguire