Australia is about to rule on the future of in-game loot boxes in this country. NGAU KAI YAN looks at the issues facing gamers.
Four Monash University law students have created their own tech startup which aims to use blockchain technology and artificial intelligence to provide free legal advice to the disadvantaged, EDWARD WONG reports.
Media juggernaut Instagram conquered the social media space after being acquired by Facebook in 2012. Now Instagram is setting its sights on challenging YouTube’s bread and butter – video. ADHEESHA DE SILVA reports.
Belgium and the Netherlands have banned controversial loot boxes in some video games, due to concerns of gambling, but Australian governments are yet to take action. LUCY MAJSTOROVIC reports.
The online movement #DeleteFacebook has a mixed response from Monash University students, despite a long list of public figures choosing to delete their Facebook accounts. ANDREA THIIS-EVENSEN reports.
The first Australian university course focused on blockchain has begun. ANDREW MANGELSDORF and HIMMAT SHALIGRAM report on coming to grips with a surging technology
Mojo chats to three everyday cryptocurrency investors who don’t fit the stereotype.
Sex workers and porn stars are disrupting the adult entertainment industry by being paid in cryptocurrencies. EDWARD WONG reports
The uptake of electric vehicles in Australia has been slow, with a lack of government incentives being blamed. But the number of charging stations available is about to increase thanks to Monash University and some local councils. SYBILLA GROSS reports.
The trend for betting on video game matches is growing fast, and some lucky punters say they are are winning big. But the move into in-game betting using virtual currencies specifically targets young people and hides what are very big risks, gambling experts say.