Archive for April, 2020

An app to spice up the footy

We may not attend this year’s AFL and NRL games, but an app could bring back our cheers, boos and the crowd atmosphere.

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Scientists push for more privacy

Scientists support the plan for voluntary contact tracing, but say the app needs stronger privacy provisions.

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WiseTech shares jumps on outlook

The logistics technology group has stuck to its earnings guidance despite unprecedented disruptions to global trade.

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Facebook locally launches chat for kids

Facebook promises not to use children’s data for advertising, marketing or profiling.

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Facebook “superspreads” virus falsehoods

Facebook has been outed as a “superspreader” of COVID-19 misinformation despite its attestations it is doing the right thing.

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From cabin fever to cabin beaver

I’ve been cycling the streets of New York, London, Yorkshire and Innsbruck, and I’ve managed this in lockdown.

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Academics warn on virus app privacy

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The best tools for video conferencing

It’s a good time to check out video and messaging technology. Here are some of the best we’ve tested.

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Would a contact tracking app work for you?

There is an instance where I might support a COVID-19 personal tracking app on my phone.

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Pocket Sprocket

You’re locked down at home, run out of things to do, and need a new project.

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Australia, you’ve changed

Google is tracking Australian mobile users’ movements to profile where we are going and what we are doing during the pandemic — and the change is stark

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