Physicists will have to re-adjust their theories, following the discovery of a mind-bogglingly big black hole.

The University of South Australia wants to spy on your cat.

Australian teams are getting ready to unveil a raft of new robots.

Engineers at MIT have unveiled a transmitter that may one day let your toaster talk to your car.

NBN Co has signed up Arris to upgrade the Optus and Telstra hybrid fibre-coaxial (HFC) networks.

The NSA – the US digital spy agency – appears to have broken new ground in its level of computer surveillance.

Analysts are pushing for better way to promote innovation in technological industries, to fill the economic void left by the mining decline.

Current data-storage techniques do not last long enough to preserve information for the ages, so a Swiss team is developing a better way – encoding data in DNA-filled glass spheres.

Tech-savvy snow-lovers will be keen to get their heads into the world’s first intelligent snow sports helmet.

A 24-hour robo-surgery event was on this week, featuring micro-operations broadcast live on the internet.

Swiss engineers have unveiled a prototype telescopic contact lens which offers 2.8 times magnification.

Mathematicians are turning their technical lens to Melbourne’s public transport system, envisioning super-efficient trams that never stop at intersections.

Apple is building itself a giant solar power station to run its futuristic new headquarters.

Australian health experts have called on their colleagues to speak out against the Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement (TPPA), because of its major public health consequences.

Questacon is helping science teachers boost the number of Australians with STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) skills.

There was just one source of proper inquiry at recent data retention hearings.

A new study has shown just how important Wikipedia is in academia, and suggests ways to get it even more involved.

A new online dictionary is an excellent tool for anyone learning the Yolngu language.

A Queensland tech start-up has raised $25 million towards a goal of delivering vaccines quickly and easily.

A new technique could finally bring the ‘miracle material’ graphene out of the laboratory.

Archived News

RSS More »