Online

December 15, 2017

Entertainment

Kris Christou

Space Wars: Interstellar Empires Review

A turn-based tactical strategy MMO with an intriging story, unique visuals and compelling combat, Space Wars: Interstellar Empires is a new experience supplying only the best space battling fantasy

November 30, 2017

Online

Claire Farquhar

Group Chat is as Important as Smashed Avo to Millennials

What do we know about millennials? Whilst there's no defined age range for this category, they are usually referred to as being born between the early 1980s and early 2000s. We know they'll probably s

November 06, 2017

Breaking

Kris Christou

This Mental health App is Changing Society

45% of Australians, at one stage in their lives, will struggle with mental health issues. It is therefore important we find ways to reach individuals when they are in their most vulnerable state. Wit

October 05, 2017

Online

Claire Farquhar

Does Size Matter? Twitter Thinks So

In the most significant global controversy since Brexit and a misogynistic oompaloompa being elected American President, Twitter is considering increasing the size of the space available to us to comm

September 26, 2017

Features

Claire Farquhar

From Normie to Meme: How 5 People Won Internet Fame

Very few get to ride the golden train of internet fame - especially in a meme carriage. Come on, there's no higher honour. Here are a selection of meme royalty who have made it into internet stardom!

September 18, 2017

Features

Claire Farquhar

Get in the Nood Food Mood!

Nude protesting has been given a sweet new look - but before you panic and close your browser, it's totally G-rated! The Nood Food Mood is a creative social campaign designed to encourage us to reduc

August 22, 2017

Online

Claire Farquhar

Hate Crime News Database Launched by Google

Hate crime seems to be a recurring feature of 2017. Terrorism and issues with equality have infiltrated social media. Given this pattern, Google News Lab has teamed up with ProPublica, an independent

August 14, 2017

Online

Claire Farquhar

FaceApp removes Ethnic Filters after Backlash

FaceApp has removed several 'ethnicity filters' after a social media backlash. The app, which launched last year, uses face filter technology, allowing its users to see what they might look like if t

August 08, 2017

Online

Courtney Allan

Has LinkedIn released Tinder for Mentoring?

Ever wanted to swipe left or right on a potential mentor based on their LinkedIn credentials? No? Me neither, but apparently LinkedIn has seen a need and decided to fill it with this hybrid Tinder-Lin

August 04, 2017

Features

CHATTR Team

Don't get locked out: school yourself on cybersecurity

How much do you know about cybersecurity? Enough to spot a dodgy email immediately or do you still use your name and birth date for all your passwords? Anthony Stitt is the general manager of securi

August 03, 2017

Features

Lachlan Maddock

A brief history of the online drug trade

The first online drug deal went down in the early 1970s, when a group of Stanford students used ARPANET – a technical precursor to the internet we know and love – to hit up their boys at MIT for b

August 02, 2017

Online

Claudia Poposki

Twitter tests out subscription service

One of the best things about social media is how available it is. Coincidentally it's also one of the worst things about it. Anyone can get their voice out there. But now it seems some voices are g