Nick Miller Across Britain, news stories are disappearing from the internet.
Nick Miller Scientists are edging closer to re-creating - and controlling - the power of the sun.
Nick Miller Should robots be allowed to take a human life, without direct supervision or command? Science fiction met reality at the United Nations in Geneva, where this question was debated at a meeting of the...
Nick Miller A list of current 'semi-autonomous' lethal weapons.
Nick Miller Should robots be allowed to take a human life, without direct supervision or command? Science fiction met reality at the United Nations in Geneva overnight, where this question was debated at a...
Nick Miller 'Alan' promised the magistrate he would mend his ways but Google will never forget.
Nick Miller ''Le news dans mon email ce week-end? C'est cool, yes?''
Nick Miller ARE your children spending too much time talking and texting on their mobile phones? According to new research, it's your fault. Or more specifically, the fault of the genes you passed on to them.
Nick Miller LINKING to a video on Facebook is one thing. Getting off the couch is quite another.
Nick Miller It used to be that you would go into a dark tent where an old woman would gaze into a ball and tell you about the dark handsome stranger in your future.
Nick Miller A WORLD-FIRST surgery simulator, invented by the CSIRO and Melbourne University, allows medical students to practice operations with unprecedented realism.
Nick Miller An Australian student is travelling to Harvard University to perfect a 3-D X-ray that uses new graphics processing techniques to make surgery patients "virtually transparent".
Nick Miller A new, world-first silicon chip developed in Australia is predicted to revolutionise the way household gadgets like televisions, phones and DVD players talk to each other.
Nick Miller At last week's linux.conf.au gathering in Melbourne, Nick Miller talked to Linux creator Linus Torvalds about his work and ambitions for his operating system.
Nick Miller Apple's much-touted new operating system is in some ways worse than Windows Vista, says the founder of the Linux open source project, Linus Torvalds.
Nick Miller A $600,000 "video conferencing on steroids" set-up at Melbourne University proves its usefulness almost immediately at its launch.