A smartphone game has achieved the seemingly impossible less than 24 hours after its launch. Thousands of people of all ages are participating in dementia research on their mobile phones, including youth who want to help their sick grandparents.
Researchers around the world, including Australia, are warning that none of the 165,000 available medical apps have been properly tested – so how do you know which ones work, and which ones could endanger your health?
I should have seen it coming. I mean, to a certain extent I did see it coming. I'm talking, of course, about the 'entitlement' argument.
Sony has filed a patent for a contact lens capable of taking photos and recording video.
Optus has smashed Foxtel's football monopoly, but how will the fragmentation of broadcast rights play out for Australian sports fans?
Finnish whiz kid isn't even old enough to sign up for an account, according to Facebooks terms of service.
The Turnbull government's $29.5 billion cap on public funding for the national broadband network is set to run out in the next financial year, budget papers reveal.
Crowdfunding sites like Kickstarter, Indiegogo and Australia's own Pozible have exploded in popularity in recent years. But with failure and fraud affecting a small slice of campaigns, it's backer beware.
The Bitcoin community is split, with some prominent figures claiming Craig Steven Wright's evidence does not stack up.
For years, journalists and hackers have been hunting for the mysterious Satoshi Nakamoto. Now a 45-year-old Australian computer scientist has revealed he 'Satoshi is dead'.
Popular British group all but erases its online presence in a move that fans believe is designed to drive anticipation for its new album.
An iPhone recovered in last year's at-sea disappearance of two Florida teenagers will be sent to Apple in hopes that the company can recover vital information from it, a judge has agreed.
Australia's first Ultra HD Blu-ray player delivers the goods but you'll want a top-shelf television and a great movie to really do it justice.
Never mind the continued blockbuster revenue, Facebook is formidable (or worrying) because of the way it stays one step ahead of the future.
Google has lodged a patent design in the US for a smart lens intended to correct poor vision.
Security breach results in some users' email addresses being compromised.
Long-term satellite service for rural, regional and remote Australia starts rolling out to eligible customers.
Christal McGee was behind the wheel of her father's white Mercedes, 18-years-old and on her way home from work on a Thursday night in September 2015, when she pulled out her phone and opened the app.
What Australians are expected to go through to pay for and watch this show is actually insane. It borders on anti-consumer.