Liam Mannix 12:15 AM A bunch of tech companies are betting on the internet "brainwashing" you into being too lazy to order your own takeout.
Chris Mooney The economics of large scale energy storage are close to reaching a tipping point.
Jad Mouawad American Airlines said that dozens of its flights were delayed after a software problem in its company-issued iPads prevented some pilots from getting access to airport maps and other navigational documents.
Having reclaimed the lead, Samsung posts a near 40 per cent fall in first-quarter net profit, missing analyst estimates.
Nicole Hasham Runaway pets would be reunited with their owners through an electronic alert and speed signs could communicate with motorists under high-tech solutions to everyday problems being considered by the NSW government.
If you're feeling rotten about your work, a new survey from a US job-search site has identified perhaps your best and worst options for a career change.
Derek Rielly What surprises life throws at a man. Who knew that, one day, I'd be thrilled to've signed an overpriced two-year contract with Telstra's Big Pond, one hundred slugs a month for a paltry 200 gigabytes of downloads. And all wrapped up in Telstra's aggressive late-fees.
Smartphones could be charged in less than one minute after scientists at Stanford University invented an aluminium battery so powerful it could revolutionise the industry.
Esther Han The giant 3D television, those wireless Beats headphones, that life-saving app – the latest gadgets and biggest trends are hard to resist and breaking our technology budgets.
Rick Rojas In the lead-up to the 70th anniversary of the first detonation of the most destructive technology ever developed, the original test site becomes clogged with tourists taking selfies with warning signs and hawking pieces of fused-together sand for $20 a pop.
Seven-year-old Faith Lennox never thought much about putting a prosthetic limb where her missing left hand had once been.
Engineers have come up with a motor-free device to make walking more efficient and easier — something scientists once thought couldn't be done.
Tim Cook Apple CEO Tim Cook steps up his condemnation of a new religious freedom law in Indiana.
Elon Musk, the billionaire technology entrepreneur, has announced a "major" new Tesla product line that is "not a car", in a cryptic tweet which has left millions guessing.
Mark Hosenball US intelligence agencies will stop bulk collection of data documenting calls by US telephone subscribers in June, unless Congress extends a law authorising the spying.
Miki Perkins Many of us are familiar with the cold chill of horror that slips down our spine when a younger, cooler person casually mentions a technological phenomenon we know nothing about. Tumbled where? You favourited what, exactly? But it is not only older people who worry about keeping up with mercurial trends - one in five young Australians says they will be left behind by technological advances in the future. Tumbled where? You favourited what, exactly? But it is not only older people who worry about keeping up with these mercurial trends - one in five young Australians says they will be left behind by technological advances in the future. The Australian Institute of Family Studies surveyed 1600 people to find out if they felt left behind in the rapid-fire advance of technology, and a substantial minority - 40 per cent - said they did.