Tom McIlroy 1:42 PM Could suspended two-person vehicles, elevated on the median strip be the answer to Canberra's public transport woes?
Lorenzo Franceschi-Bicchierai 11:20 AM As the terrorist group known as the Islamic State began its march through Iraq, the government blocked large social media sites like Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. Now it seems to be taking advantage by censoring others.
Lorenzo Franceschi-Bicchierai The citizen journalist known as Brown Moses, with the help of his Twitter followers, was able to pinpoint the location of a Buk launcher while it was being transported through a pro-Russian rebel-held town in Ukraine, using only open source information like Google searches and YouTube videos.
James Pomfret Production indefinitely halted at Chinese supplier to Samsung after factory suspected of using child workers.
Timna Jacks There is little future in sight for spectacle manufacturing in Australia.
Eryk Bagshaw Swedish physicist Sverker Johansson is, arguably, the world's most prolific writer.
Lance Ulanoff New material that can switch between pliable and solid could give future robots shape-shifting capabilities.
Do you or your child have an unexplained rash? Check your iPad. It turns out the popular tablet may contain one of the most common allergy-inducing metals.
Is the internet making us stupid? That's the question researchers from Wellington's Victoria University asked in a study on people's reading behaviour.
Their ultimate goal? To beat the human World Cup champs within the next 35 years.
MIT scientists developing an audio reading device to be worn on the index finger of people whose vision is impaired.
Henry Belot It’s one of Twitter's most scrutinised accounts and its clout has been applied to subjects as diverse as Australia politics and religious disputes in the Middle East.
Bandits attack Samsung factory in Brazil and hold workers hostage while they make off with truckloads of smartphones, tablets and notebooks.
Ben Grubb The operators of a drone involved in injuring an athlete in a West Australian triathlon have been referred to the Commonwealth Director of Public Prosecutions by the Civil Aviation Safety Authority.
Android smartphones will become the brains and eyes of ball-shaped hovering robots on the space station.
Kari Paul Equipped with infrared cameras, the drones can detect illegal pollution from factories at night, allowing for round-the-clock inspection.
Nick Miller Across Britain, news stories are disappearing from the internet.