Hannah Francis 12:15 AM An American neuroscientist and his team of expert video game developers are looking to create a new class of games designed specifically to help children learn.
Tim Biggs 4:20 PM Today a trove of personal photos from female celebrities begun circulating online, and it appears to be all thanks to the fact that stealing a person's files and photos no longer requires physical proximity or any outright carelessness on the victim's part.
Megan Levy and Tim Biggs 3:45 PM Actress Mary Elizabeth Winstead thought she was sharing a private moment with her husband, film director Riley Stearns, when she posed for a number of intimate images more than a year ago.
Adario Strange 9:41 AM As it turns out, an earlier report that said Apple's iWatch will arrive in September has been updated with a very important caveat: You'll have to wait to buy it.
Katie Sola 8:43 AM Emoji-only messaging app Emojli is here to save you from the tedium of expressing your thoughts with actual words.
Anick Jesdanun 8:30 AM Samsung's new Gear S will have a curved screen and 3G cellular connectivity built in, while LG shows off a new round design.
Megan Gorrey Michael McGrath instinctively wants to know his three daughters are safe and only a phone call away.
Samantha Murphy Kelly Just as expected, Apple sent out invitations on Thursday for what's presumed to be its big iPhone event of the year.
Hannah Francis Consumer group launches ad campaign targeting policymakers in Canberra.
Patrick Begley How can a man who has no degree or a diploma, who has never been to Syria and speaks no Arabic, become an authority?
Salvador Rodriguez US Patent & Trademark Office publishes an application filed in early 2013 by Apple for a patent on wireless charging technology that shows how it could be used on a smartwatch or other Apple products.
Anne Flaherty A surprising study finds that people who use social media are less likely than others to share their views on controversial issues, even while offline.
Matt Siegel Federal police accidentally allowed private metadata connected to a criminal investigation to be posted online.
Lance Ulanoff By this time next month, the rumours about a new, larger iPhone will be put to rest. By next year, if those rumours hold true, we’ll also have the super-sized 12.9-inch iPad alongside the regular 9.7-inch model and the mini.
Ben Grubb The Abbott government has attempted to put an end to the heated debate over proposed data retention regime by promising to spell out in law what customer information it will require telecommunication companies to store as part of its law enforcement and counterterrorism reforms.
Beau Donelly An eBay listing for a taxidermy dog was initially banned for breaching the online auction site's animal and wildlife guidelines - because it had fur.