The telco's CEO says that rather than backing away from the debate, Telstra must "step forward and support our view for marriage equality and so that is what we will do."
The telco has been criticised for walking away from the marriage equality debate, despite its long history of LGBTI support. It says its position is unchanged, but one brand expert says support must go beyond words.
Technically Incorrect: Both the White House Facebook account and President Obama's Twitter account immediately react to the Supreme Court decision on gay marriage.
During a speech at the Republican National Convention, the PayPal co-founder calls gender issues a "distraction from our real problems" and says Trump can rebuild an ailing economy.
Technically Incorrect: The suggestive jokes may have been too much. With a press conference under way, a fund-raising email goes out with what seems to be a rejiggered Trump-Pence logo.
Technically Incorrect: A Russian speaker wonders why Apple's Siri gives him rather negative responses around gay issues.
Technically Incorrect: Surprise. On social media, you don't always get the response you might have hoped for.
Wookiee Medal-gate: A sly video from "The Star Wars Show" calls out Leia's marriage to a smuggler, lack of royal blood and more.
Apple's chief executive takes a moment at the company's developers conference to honor the 49 people killed in a mass shooting at an Orlando nightclub over the weekend.
Technically Incorrect: Dan Patrick, lieutenant governor of Texas, tweets that you reap what you sow just a few hours after more than 50 people were murdered in a gay club in Orlando, Florida.