Most young people prefer communicating online instead of face-to-face or the phone, but there may be a price to be paid when it comes to a career.
Health organisations create fun app to encourage kids with a rare disorder to stand up.
It could help them to find less crowded buses and trains.
Despite being barred from advertising on TV and radio, political parties continue to have free reign online.
Was Monday’s first leaders’ debate a catalyst for high spending and cheap promises?
The first image of absolutely nothing.
From trucks to cars, a bold leap into future tech.
The personal story behind the Australian charity exploring how robots can help people with brain injuries.
Game design graduates are struggling to find employment in the severely underfunded Australian video games industry.
These are just one example of wearable technology, an area with huge potential for health benefits.
Scams Awareness Week 2018 draws attention to the $340 million Australians lost to scammers in 2017.
A Perth internet expert says we need laws to protect our Facebook, Twitter and email accounts.
Ready, set, fight as Australian gamers prepare to compete at the 2022 Asian Games.
Up until now, the service has been closed from 11pm-8am.
Or is it part of the problem?
But we would cope better with a big storm, energy expert claims.
Chat records could be kept permanently.