Korean researchers have developed a glove that allows the wearer to feel and handle objects in virtual reality.

Australia’s top quantum computer expert has built a super-fast version of ...

One of Chinese tech firm Huawei’s top executives says Australia was wrong to ban the company from building Australia’s 5G network.

A meeting of building ministers has agreed on some high-tech new ideas.

A radio station that reads news to the blind needs more funding.

Experts say artificial intelligence (AI) should affect drug development.

The Australian Federal Police says raids on journalists are not designed to pressure the media.

Two Australian universities have been linked to technology used to carry out mass human rights abuses.

CSIRO has discovered Australia’s ‘once in a century drought’ in the early 1900s caused mass ecosystem collapse.

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

Internet provider Dodo will refund about 16,000 customers after imposing excess data charges for modest streaming usage.

CSIRO’s Data Standards Body has welcomed the live use of banking Product Reference Data standards.

Experts are working on a “digital twin” for the Fishermans Bend renewal project in Melbourne.

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.

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

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

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

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

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