Australians are quick to jump behind the wheel when we need to go somewhere, but new technology has brought with it new ways to get around town.
Apple unveiled new iPhone and iPad software features at its WWDC event. Here's the lowdown.
Grade four Melbourne student Anvitha Vijay has been coding for two years. It's paid off.
Playing catch-up with Google and Amazon, tech giant expected to announce Siri will go beyond iPhone and iPad.
Things to sort all the photos on your phone, and to check on the welfare of the chooks that lay the eggs you eat feature in this month's selection of new you-beaut apps.
In the battle for dominance in the digital assistant market, Apple's Siri simply isn't knowledgeable, or creepy, enough.
Uber driver's homophobic tirade at passenger caught on tape.
A Canberra man has created an app to fight truancy.
Every city has a Williamsburg. A hipstertown. A coolsville. They can be hard to find, and talking to locals can produce differing opinions, but a new app called 'Where is Williamsberg' aims to make it a whole lot easier for hipsters to find a home.
Ways to improve your social media posts and close-up views of body parts feature in this week's review of the best new apps.
I've become slow to respond to my name in public spaces for fear I'll turn and smile at a stranger scowling into their phone.
Monthly fee gets you ad-free YouTube, the ability to play videos and music offline and in the background, and access to original content.
Taxi providers and app services are taking a look at why people are turning towards ride sharing, and addressing the problems customers have with the traditional taxi service.
Instagram changed its logo Wednesday and, predictably, the internet was not entirely pleased. To put it bluntly: It freaked out.
In this week's app reviews, a monk teaches you how to slow down, and shopping becomes that much easier.
ANZ's landmark Apple Pay deal has sparked a surge in applications for credit cards, spurring its rivals to restart negotiations.
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.
Microsoft's One-Handed Word Flow onscreen keyboard comes to the rescue of people with small hands who love big iPhones.
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.