A handy tool in an emergency, and an end to 'where are you, are you OK?' texts when someone's late home or to a meeting.
Google's latest gadget is an always on, always listening little speaker called Home. It's a cute design, a friendly little blob of a thing that looks like a half finished cartoon character. It's also not available in Australia, if you want one you'll need to have one shipped to you from the US.
For users of Meitu's signature app, a beautiful touch-up at the press of a button is free.
The announcement is already being championed by binge-watchers and frequent travellers. But it's also raised some questions.
The Fitbit Flex 2 is cheaper and simpler than the company's high-end Blaze – but is the loss of functionality too much to bear?
It's used by thousands of drivers every day, but a major Canberra road doesn't appear on iPhone maps months after opening.
Two years ago, Oppo and Vivo couldn't crack the top five in China's smartphone market. Now they're on top after elbowing Apple aside.
Determined to bring his Mr Tradie idea to life, Australian entrepreneur Ishan Dan soon discovered that hiring an app developer is a lot like hiring a tradie.
The Financial Review is launching a new iPhone app so our readers can keep up-to-date through their busy lives.
Anyone who has used the Gmail app on both Android and iPhone has noticed that one version is far inferior to the other. While Google has tended to make sure its offerings across all platforms are of a high quality, Gmail on iPhone has — for whatever reason — remained a weird, squashed and semi-broken version of its mobile website since 2012.
More than 1 billion people access the social network through their smartphones now every day. But there's a limit to how many ads the social network can put in front of them.
The Parrot Disco drone is fast, excitable and will take you on a hell of a ride.
The paid Instagram knock-off is an orgy of excess: Dog massages. Lamborghinis. Stacks of gold coins. Private planes.
The IPO could value the social media company at $US25 billion to $US35 billion, almost twice as much as in its most recent private fund raising.
It may take only one hot tech firm float to flop badly and 2017 could be the year the dotcom bubble 2.0 finally goes pop.
At last, there's a solution to the problem of losing your wallet or keys -- but it comes at a price.
App designers don't cook. Here's the proof.
If you're concerned that technology is controlling you too much, then learn how to control it.
The developer of a clever sticker pack for iOS has been told by Apple that he has to change how the stickers look and act or else the stickers will be pulled from the App Store.
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.