The US Federal Trade Commission has approved a $US 5 billion ($A7.1 billion) settlement with Facebook.

The City of Launceston is rolling out 50 new free wifi access points.

University of Technology Sydney (UTS) has won a global award for home service robotics.

The Home Affairs department does not appear to have consulted with local tech companies about encryption laws.

A new device could solve two problems in one stroke – producing both electricity and clean water using sunlight.

Reports say the AFP demanded the private travel details of a senior ABC journalist.

Australian researchers have used AI to develop a more effective seasonal flu vaccine.

Another miniature Australian satellite will soon be in orbit.

Australian researchers have described the first ever observation of a native ferroelectric metal.

Samsung is facing federal court action over alleged false claims about the water resistance of its ‘Galaxy’ branded mobile phones.

Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton says having access to encrypted messages is already helping.

The Victorian Government has been criticised over plans to collect data from mobile phones.

Sales staff may soon run credit and income checks on new customers buying a phone plan.

Tech specialists have developed a set of techniques to effectively ‘vaccinate’ against attacks on machine learning.

A new deadline has been set for the transition to online-only NAPLAN after a series of technical glitches.

Queensland drivers using their mobile phones may soon face a $1,000 fine.

Global tech giants have agreed to act on terror content.

Former defence minister Christopher Pyne has leapt into a role in the defence sector.

Mobile phones will be banned for all Victorian state primary and secondary school students from next year.

A major rocket launch this week sent 24 new satellites into space, including some for Australia ...

US engineers have created a squishy robotic lionfish that has synthetic liquid 'blood' made of battery fluid.

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