Researchers around the world, including Australia, are warning that none of the 165,000 available medical apps have been properly tested – so how do you know which ones work, and which ones could endanger your health?
The journey to starting a successful app: the tips and tricks from three Brisbane founders.
Another step towards the cashless society, Tilt makes its easy to chip in money without reaching for your wallet.
Now you can pick a baby name and learn to play the piano with the aid of your smart device. Imagine what Bach could have done if he'd owned an iPhone ...
Facebook is developing a stand-alone camera app, similar to disappearing photo app Snapchat, to increase user engagement, according to the Wall Street Journal.
Apple's co-founder Steve Wozniak harbours concerns about the ride-sharing multinational forcing down the wages of its drivers.
Drop out of school, move to New York, schmooze investors, launch app – makes sense, right?
Apps for campers and phone addicts feature this week.
'The front page of the internet' is finally catching up to the mobile world.
The Belkin NetCam HD+ is a fantastic little internet-connected camera that is often let down by its software and the ecosystem surrounding it.
Law authorities attempting to access private citizens' phone messages and telephone calls have suffered an enormous setback with cross platform messaging service WhatsApp announcing full encryption for their one billion users.
After taking Japan by storm last month, Nintendo's first ever smartphone app Miitomo has launched worldwide on iPhone and Android.
TV executive behind Netflix original series 'Marco Polo' will direct Apple exclusive featuring Will.i.am.
This year has marked a turning point, with television manufacturers focused once more on picture quality, but is it time to upgrade your HD TV? First, we have to look at 2016's marketing buzzwords, and see which you care about.
After twice knocking it back, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has finally authorised a collaboration between taxi networks and Cabcharge to launch and operate a new smartphone taxi booking app, called ihail.
For years, cops who wanted to break into iPhones knew the drill. What's different in Apple's standoff with the US government this time?
Google has announced that it's testing a payment program called 'Hands Free' that lets users pay for goods without having to reach into their pockets.
Australian motorist will from today for the first time have access to a smartphone app that lets them use crowdsourcing to hunt down cheap petrol.
Matt Walker made the best out of a bad situation - divorce - by building a telepresence robot to hang out with his kids from halfway across the globe.
We look at apps for fitness, for augmented reality, and one if you've been looking at apps too much.
Certain jobs make some users luckier in love than others, according to a list released by Tinder.
You're about to get many more distracting GIFs in your Twitter feed.
Grammy-award winning pop star Taylor Swift is making her first foray into the world of mobile gaming by partnering with Glu Mobile to develop a new game, the company has said.
Nintendo's first app made exclusively for mobile devices will launch on Android and iOS in March, and is the first of five apps the company will launch between now and the end of March 2017.
Apps die — often. It's all part of the technological circle of life where alpha predators in multi-billion dollar dens feast on more vulnerable, less cash-infused prey. And one company that has always had an insatiable T. Rex-level hunger is Apple.