Experts say smartphones come with some major risks, ergonomically speaking.

China’s space agency says cotton seeds planted on the far side of the Moon have sprouted.

Australian scientists have found a way for astronomers to map elusive dark matter.

Authorities have approved a new plan for the federal government to source multiple digital records management solutions.

CSIRO experts have offered a bold glimpse into what the robots of the future could look like.

The Department of Veterans' Affairs has appointed the Department of Human Services' chief technology officer to run business transformation.

Queensland Rail has picked a provider for its $94 million IT services shakeup.

Elon Musk’s SpaceX is sacking 10 per cent of its workforce.

The Hubble Telescope has discovered the brightest ancient quasar ever seen – emitting as much light as about 600 trillion suns.

Researchers have taught artificial intelligence to identify rare genetic syndromes from photos of the face.

Australian quantum scientists have used single atom technology to build 3D silicon quantum chips.

Safety authorities say flying rideshare taxis are feasible and could be in Australia within five years.

New investments could bring about the next generation of autonomous vehicle sensing.

Hotel chain Marriott has failed to secure millions of unencrypted passport numbers.

Australian media company Nova Entertainment has admitted information submitted by listeners has been leaked.

A data breach has seen work details of 30,000 Victorian public servants stolen.

False messages have been sent to tens of thousands of people across Australia after an emergency warning alert service was hacked.

NASA's New Horizons mission has taken detailed images of the most distant object mankind has ever explored — a big rock called Ultima Thule.

A UK court has ruled Uber drivers are ‘workers’, not independent contractors.

Research suggests people who frequently play violent video games are less affected by disturbing images than non-players.

Australian engineers have taken the latest step closer to quantum computing with a new optical microchip.

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