Sydney Morning Herald - Technology Departing public service digital chief Paul Shetler says level of contracting in APS is 'eye watering' 2016-12-05T10:42:17.000000Z Tech guru fires parting shot at public service bosses resisting digital change. What caused heavy delays in Weatherzone, council storm alert app? 2016-12-05T03:48:39.000000Z A technical issue that failed to notify thousands of Brisbane residents prior to Saturday's destructive storm is expected to be identified by the end of the day, Weatherzone's Head of Development says. Complaints about scams on sharing economy platforms have tripled: ACCC 2016-12-05T02:48:07.000000Z Don't get too excited by a cut-price deal to rent a cool holiday house on Airbnb. Here are ways to avoid the scammers. Pokemon Sun and Moon review: a new dawn for the long-running series 2016-12-05T02:21:17.000000Z The popular handheld series has shed a lot of the baggage that was making it feel stale after 20 years, while hanging on to everything that's made it so beloved for so long. From cybercrime to cyber warfare: Australia woefully unprepared 2016-12-05T00:28:39.000000Z Cyber attacks against Australian agencies, businesses and individuals are on the rise, but our nation still lacks the capability to defend. Apple gets vocal on self-driving cars 2016-12-05T00:07:59.000000Z 'Established manufacturers and new entrants should be treated equally' when it comes to autonomous cars, iPhone-maker tells US regulator. What's your NBN Plan B? 2016-12-04T23:31:28.000000Z If your copper phone line is slowly failing but the NBN is still years from your street, what's your fallback broadband plan? Hands on: RadioApp live streaming radio 2016-12-04T23:13:46.000000Z Combining Australia's commercial stations and national broadcasters in the one slick app, RadioApp makes it easy to listen to live radio when you're on the move. Sydney too 'boring', expensive for jobs of the future, tech entrepreneurs say 2016-12-03T12:04:28.000000Z Hundreds of high-tech high-skilled jobs in fast-growing businesses are going begging in Sydney because the city has become too boring and expensive, leading entrepreneurs say. Meitu of China, built on the selfie, could be worth $US5.23 billion in IPO 2016-12-02T22:53:10.000000Z For users of Meitu's signature app, a beautiful touch-up at the press of a button is free.