Richard Ingham 9:49am The space rock that smashed into Earth 65 million years ago, famously wiping out the dinosaurs, unleashed acid rain that turned the ocean surface into a witches' brew, researchers say.
ADAM TURNER Rather than just relying on maps, augmented reality adds an extra dimension to your travels.
Calum Wilson Austin Here are 10 of the most hotly anticipated games we can look forward to in 2014.
PHILLIP THOMSON Customers using the Coles Flybuys card or online shopping service are having their personal details sent to up to 30 other companies owned by the same corporation and to third parties in at least 23 other countries.
NICK MILLER A British student has set up a valuable tool for managing users' privacy online, but will it be enough?
LUCY CARROLL Australian parents are paying thousands of dollars to store their babies' umbilical cord blood.
We take a look at 10 of the most hotly anticipated games coming out in 2014.
Samsung has unveiled a free music service for users of its Galaxy smartphones, entering a crowded market that includes Pandora, Spotify and Apple's iTunes.
Cases against Andrew Farley, Mike Kelly and Marieke Hardy show that Twitter users can be held to account for their comments
Michaela Whitbourn Recent cases have shown that amateur publishers can be held to account for their comments.
MATTHEW KNOTT Digital giants Facebook, Twitter and Google have united to reject an Abbott government proposal that would force social media companies to remove content deemed harmful to young people.
HENRY BELOT Astronomers at ANU want to use lasers to eradicate "space junk"
Andy Fixmer, Brian Womack, Emily Chang Google Chairman Eric Schmidt said his company is experimenting with automation in ways that will "replace a lot of the repetitive behaviour in our lives."
Mary Ann Roser The obsession with all things digital, from smartphones to online games, has some health experts worried about kids today - especially their brains.
Leslie Kaufman Which of the following interactive features drove record traffic to its respective news sites in recent months: a) How Much Time Have You Wasted on Facebook? for Time; b) The interactive dialect quiz for The New York Times; c) The Adele Dazeem Generator: Travoltify Your Name, which appeared on Slate; or d) all of the above?
RANIA SPOONER Social media and email accounts are being hacked and women stalked as smartphones with global positioning technology create new avenues for domestic violence.
BEN GRUBB A hoverboard video that went viral online has been revealed as a stung by comedy website Funny or Die.
Paddy Wood Getty Images will give more than 40 million of its stock photos away for free as it seeks to address online photo piracy.
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing has reportedly started producing chips for Apple's next iPhone as speculation swirls the firm could be offloading rival Samsung as a supplier.
Yahoo will stop letting people sign into its online services using credentials from rivals Facebook and Google.
JANE LEE Defamation is only the tip of the iceberg according to lawyers who say social media-related challenges could range from workplace bullying claims to commercial disputes.
Andrew Freedman A satellite has captured a massive storm at sea with a trailing tail of clouds extending for hundreds of kilometres from the storm centre.
Michaela Whitbourn Andrew Farley says his tweet which defamed a teacher was a one-off because he was upset.
Bitcoin backers the Winklevoss brothers have used the virtual currency to buy tickets into space.
ADAM TURNER Foxtel is trying to win the hearts and wallets of Australian Game of Thrones fans.
IMAGING At C P+, a clear division of camera technology into old and new was apparent everywhere.
ADAM TURNER The boom in digital downloads caters for music fans on the go, but there's plenty of life left in the humble lounge-room CD player.
IMAGING This camera is for anyone who goes in for eyeball-to-eyeball encounters with marine life.
KATIE CINCOTTA The NotePro 12.2 delivers a level of multitasking never before seen in a mobile device.
MACMAN Apple's greatest inspiration, maybe even greater than the iPad, could be iTunes.
KATIE CINCOTTA Comb social network sites such as Instagram and you'll find thousands of gaunt, underweight victims.