Katherine Feeney Three-dimensional printing technology, like that which saw two students in America print and fly their own plane last month, could be publicly available in Brisbane by Christmas.
Katherine Feeney King George Square, Post Office Square and a host of suburban Brisbane parks have free wireless internet available from today as lord mayor Graham Quirk sent stage two of his wi-fi hotspots rollout...
Katherine Feeney Imagine a world where you could see a t-shirt you like online, and print it out. And not just as a picture on paper either.
Katherine Feeney Staring too long at one face - his - led Narcissus to a sticky end, but Brisbane researchers have discovered looking too quickly at the appearance of others can be just as disturbing.
Katherine Feeney An explosion of anonymous websites publicly rating the sexual performance of individual Queenslanders could lead to criminal prosecutions, according to a digital law expert.
Katherine Feeney The country's newly crowned blog queen lives and works from home on the Sunshine Coast.
Katherine Feeney Nearly half of Brisbane residents with internet access pay over $50 a month for premium web services, but a host of savvy browsers know how to access the web almost just as well, without paying a...
Katherine Feeney When destructive floods strike, some people dig, some grab sandbags, while others construct websites.
Katherine Feeney Thirty minutes of work could place a Brisbane student among international luminaries such as SnoopDogg, John Cleese and cartoon favourite, Homer Simpson.
Katherine Feeney We reveal some the favourite local blogs keeping locals informed about goings on in the river city.
Katherine Feeney Model, actress and international sex siren Marilyn Monroe once said that if she were a star, it was the people who made her a star.