Keegan Thomson 6:52 PM Drivers will not be slapped with fines if their smartphone has no charge when their identity is being checked under a NSW government plan to digitise licences.
Caitlin Dewey 8:23 AM Multiple security experts have claimed Telegram is actually not all that secure: a flaw that may reflect the fact that Telegram wasn't initially conceived as an encrypted messaging platform.
Kate Aubusson, Timna Jacks 8:40 PM The Australian man who claimed his name was 'Phuc Dat Bich' has admitted it was a hoax.
Claire Connelly Scientists develop a new form of wireless communication for computers that is 100 times faster than Wi-Fi.
Keegan Thomson Gamers rejoice at news Sony is working on a way to play PlayStation 2 games work on PlayStation 4.
Matthew Knott Optus's cable TV and broadband network, bought by the National Broadband Network for $800 million this year, is in such poor condition the NBN is considering replacing it entirely.
Julia Love and Yasmeen Abutaleb As tech giants race to build ever better AI platforms, they are obsessing over their digital assistants' personalities.
Walt Bogdanich and Jacqueline Williams Joshua Adams lost more than $27,000 playing daily fantasy sports games, which many providers claim are not technically gambling.
Jessica Guynn Google joins forces with Disney to create a Star Wars theme for Google apps including Google Maps, Gmail, search and YouTube.
Hannah Francis Mother Bec Smith has been trying for months to access Centrelink payments. A "serious error" is preventing her.
Emma Partridge and Matt O'Sullivan NSW Opposition leader Luke Foley says taxi owners should receive some form of compensation if ride-sharing service Uber is legalised.
Lorne Manly Pioneers in film, journalism, sports and gaming talk about the potential and struggles of building a new art form from the ground up, ahead of several headset launches taking place in the coming months.
Cynthia Karena 11:45 PM Next year will be a big one for personal tech, but experts warn not all the coming trends will be beneficial.
Cynthia Karena 11:45 PM A great new app connects sighted and visually impaired people to solve a million everyday problems.
Esther Han and Patrick Begley App use is predicted to "explode" as internet connectivity is built into everything from white goods to lighting.
Drew Turney 11:45 PM The electronics boom causes massive environmental and social damage. Drew Turney looks at the dark side of the device -- and how slime might yet save the day.
Aisha Dow He's the Melbourne man with a name so unfortunate that no one believes him.