The Federal Government is being pushed to adjust its ‘innovation agenda’.

The National Broadband Network is giving up on plans to use Optus cables to deliver high-speed broadband.

The world’s largest radio telescope has been fired up.

Australian experts have stopped light – trapping photons to lure the future of quantum computing.

Finance standards and compliance firm SAI Global has agreed to a $1 billion takeover bid from Baring Private Equity Asia.

IBM has been blamed for the dramatic failure of Census 2016.

German researchers have developed a way of using ultrasound to move solid objects without physically touching them.

There have been some positive reports from trials of a new mobile ECG system in outback NSW.

Experts have digitally analysed the extremely fragile En-Gedi scroll.

The chairman of failed stockbroker BBY has defended consulting with a psychic ...

Sunshine Coast will soon feature a high-tech, automated, underground waste collection system.

A new study suggests FitBits may not do much to help weight loss.

Quantum encryption technology is leaving the lab faster than the speed of light.

Russian authorities have arrested a robot at a political rally in Moscow.

Choice says there are plans to block websites that do not charge GST.

A Senator targeted in AFP raids wants to spend more time with his family.

Single parents and their children are celebrating the inclusion of new single-parent emojis in the new iPhone operating system.

A new study has some tips on how health promotion groups can get more online engagement.

NASA is undertaking a high-tech review of the Great Barrier Reef's health.

Engineers are working on technology that could turn a t-shirt into a power plant.

New brain-sensing technology could reduce the amount of monkeys needed to type the complete works of Shakespeare.

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