‘Difficult decision’: Menulog cuts jobs in Australia
The move follows rival service Deliveroo winding up its local operations and rapid grocery delivery start-up Voly collapsing earlier this month.
- by Nick Bonyhady and Jessica Yun
You’ve got the power: Discover portable home energy storage
Being able to produce and store your own power – and use it whenever and wherever you need – is looking ever more appealing.
- by Simon Webster
Children’s charity The Smith Family hit by cyberattack
The hackers accessed donor data, including some credit card information.
- by Nick Bonyhady
Free speech could cost Elon Musk $61 billion
Like a lot of privileged white men, Elon Musk appears to have no understanding that speech is not free.
- by Catharine Lumby
Space-age Perth supercomputer keeps its cool to join ranks of world’s greenest
In Perth’s southern suburbs an immensely powerful supercomputer is taking shape. Thanks to some ingenuity, it is also among the world’s most energy-efficient.
- by Cameron Myles
All hail the demise of Deliveroo - now bring on the end of delivery culture
These apps have a way of making you feel you’ve earned their convenience even when you resolutely did not - you’re just lazy.
- by Michael Koziol
Twitter’s future may hinge on whether Musk can get out of the way
Elon Musk’s takeover and radical, rapid-fire changes have eroded user confidence in the platform.
- by Tim Biggs
First images of Earth from NASA's Orion spacecraft
NASA's new moon rocket blasted off on its debut flight with three test dummies aboard early Wednesday, revealing new imagery of Earth as seen from the space capsule. (Nov. 16)
Media & marketing
Meta Australia braces for job cuts this week
Local employees will be affected by Meta’s global job cuts, but the scale of losses is still unclear.
- by Zoe Samios
Aussie gaming studio takes on Fortnite with 'World Boss'
Australian video game developers PlaySide Studios has teamed up with popular gamers Lazarbeam and Fresh to create a new online multiplayer game.
Pax Mafioso: The geopolitical side to the Medibank ransom attack
While the criminal gangs are not directed by the Kremlin, they are strategically aligned to plunder Western targets and sow chaos.
- by Chris Zappone