News.com.au -Technology Trump ‘shoves’ NATO leader 2017-05-25T16:11:59.692000000+00:00 DONALD Trump has been ridiculed on social media for appearing to push Montenegro Prime Minister Dusko Markovic out of the way to get to the front of a group of NATO leaders. How Google will snoop on you in stores 2017-05-25T11:31:40.889000000+00:00 GOOGLE already monitors online shopping — and now it’s keeping an eye on physical stores to try to sell more digital advertising. Kiwi police ‘read mean tweets’ 2017-05-25T10:03:42.926000000+00:00 WE thought NSW Police were the only ones with a sense of humour, but it turns out police across the ditch don’t mind laughing at themselves, either. Attacked little girl treated for ‘seal finger’ 2017-05-25T07:40:41.914000000+00:00 EARLIER this week dramatic footage of a sea lion dragging a little girl underwater circulated the web. Alien life could be closer than we think 2017-05-25T06:01:44.767000000+00:00 ALIEN hunters may be one step closer to finding ET. Pope, Trump meeting lights up internet 2017-05-25T05:39:44.822000000+00:00 TWO of the world’s most powerful men met for the first time. And the internet loved every second of the 28-minute meeting between Donald Trump and Pope Francis. Don’t fall for this Manchester photo 2017-05-25T05:28:48.289000000+00:00 THE ASSISTANT minister to the Prime Minister has posted a photo that purports to show a bomb bound for Islamic State targets with a powerful message attached: “Love from Manchester”. Cyberbullying, revenge porn on rise 2017-05-25T03:05:39.461000000+00:00 CYBERBULLYING, revenge porn, and sextortion are on the rise and the government agency tasked with fighting the scourge said social networks, parents, and teachers need to do more to stop their spread. We smoke the most bongs on Earth 2017-05-25T02:43:41.133000000+00:00 MAKING a bong out of a plastic bottle and garden hose is more than just a favourite pastime, it turns out Aussies are more partial to hitting the billy than anyone else on the planet. Malware attack: 200m pirates vulnerable 2017-05-25T01:48:38.796000000+00:00 CRAFTY hackers have been deploying harmful malware in subtitle files of pirated movies and TV shows, leaving the devices of an estimated 200 million people vulnerable to infection.