The popularity of the game that puts digital creatures into private homes, shops, parks and museums has fuelled debate on land rights, the legal boundaries of private property, and what constitutes trespass.
New app manages and helps plan your trip from start to finish.
A huge departure for Apple, the new Messages is messy, chaotic, unpolished and poorly integrated.
A new update lets you select a favourite monster to follow you around or sit on your shoulder as you explore.
Budding Jedi will soon be able to control Star Wars' BB-8 with the power of the Force, thanks to Sphero's new Force Band accessory for its tiny programmable robot.
As Facebook tries to leverage its users and their network of friends to help businesses sell products, Taobao has built a hugely profitable service on that premise alone.
Mere months after Snapchat's Bob Marley filter, the app is at it again with a lens that makes users look a lot like a racist caricature.
Time is running out to register for Sydney's City2Surf fun run, but if you're looking for a little extra motivation to get involved, think about all the Pokemon eggs you could be hatching.
Nick Johnson, who claims to be the first person to capture all 145 creatures now available in the Pokemon GO mobile gaming phenomenon, says he is not ready to put away his smartphone just yet and hopes for new features.
Those who just type in an address and go should know that there's so much more you can do than just that.
When people in Brazil and Canada tapped on the Facebook app during the Olympics' opening ceremony, a camera appeared on top of the News Feed, making it easy to snap photos and videos and add Olympics-themed filters, frames and masks.
Podcasts have been around for a decade, but remain hampered by both technical issues and content deficiencies.
The selfie, we all know, is an art form. But at the southern Chinese headquarters of Meitu, the maker of some of the world's most popular beauty apps, the selfie is also science.
"Don't drive and Pokemon." As police slap that slogan across roads in some states, tech-savvy students in Canberra have found their own way to urge people not to "catch 'em all" while behind the wheel.
In the course of a few weeks, Pokemon GO has gone from a mega hit, to a broken game that even its most ardent fans cannot defend. This shift in the community is due to mostly one thing: A lack of communication from Niantic.
The move has been criticised as baseless fear-mongering about new technology by some.
Brisbane's free wi-fi system has seen a massive surge.
At last, Rhodes can finally get some sleep.
Pokemon trainers were left in despair over the weekend after an update to the popular Pokemon GO app appeared to wipe all the progress they'd made in their attempts to catch 'em all.
AI-powered Pix bundles all of Microsoft's computational photography tricks together, so you just point, shoot, and the app makes the image look as good as possible.
A update to the mobile version of Lightroom is making life easier for travelling photographers.
Apple's profits are down but it has sold more smartphones than expected in the latest quarter, soothing fears that demand for its biggest product has hit a wall.
Should Sydney be more welcoming to Pokemon GO players? Is it an opportunity for local businesses to capitalise upon? Councillor Linda Scott says yes.
Uber has entered Sydney's booming food delivery market, and restaurants that have long resisted on-demand delivery apps are signing up.
Eccentric, board game-loving visionary runs the mysterious firm behind the record-breaking app.