Government wants a way to make sure people are who they say they are while using online services, but the Australian Privacy Foundation says trust has to go both ways.
Kim Arlington Artificial intelligence used to be something that featured in science fiction films. Now, it's writing the scripts.
Stephen Hutcheon iPhone repair specialists are reporting seeing an increasing incidence of malfunctioning iPhone 6 and 6 Plus models.
Marcus Strom It was the botanical equivalent of finding dinosaurs alive. Now the Wollemi pines face a new threat.
Adam Turner The NBN rollout continues to accidentally rip through phone lines, leaving homes and business without internet or dial tone for up to weeks at a time, as the broadband network extends across the country.
Tim Biggs Now you're always just a few seconds away from old-school time wasting on your phone or computer.
Tim Biggs Xbox Australia wasn't kidding when it said availability of its viral loungewear would be 'limited'.
Marcus Strom It's the nearest planet to our solar system that we will ever find. And it could have liquid water.
Luke Plunkett On September 7, Sony is expected to announce two new models of the PlayStation 4. They should only bother announcing one, because the Slim looks like it's already well and truly out there.
Tim Biggs After being revealed as 'Android N' in March, and officially receiving the title of Nougat in June, Google's Android 7.0 is officially beginning to roll out to users following a lengthy beta period.
Good attendance and sightings reported as whale watching initiative begins at Eden's Rotary Park
Tour guides urgently needed as bumper season expected for cruise ships
Amid rising tensions between Indigenous fishermen and bureaucrats over catch limits, lawyers on both sides are beginning to ...