We've had fingerprint and face scanners, myriad camera lenses, the death of headphone jacks and bezels that keep shrinking. Now we're starting to see the next big idea — completely foldable phones.
China's Government accuses the United States of trying to block its industrial development by alleging that Chinese mobile network gear poses a cybersecurity threat to countries rolling out new internet systems.
Cybersecurity is everyone's business and could come to resemble the Dunkirk evacuation of World War II, warns the ADF's head of information warfare.
Only three years ago, Australians were promised an "ideas boom". With a federal election on the horizon, Australia's start-up scene is wondering where that goodwill went.
Chances are all your photos and videos are being stored on cloud servers that burn a lot of power. Now, data centres are joining the wave of Australian companies going carbon neutral.
Every day we're sent links by brands, politicians, friends and strangers. You download apps on your devices. Maybe you use QR codes. And any of these could be hiding something more sinister.
More countries are investing in cyber weaponry knowing that disrupting a country's internet infrastructure can cause a lot of damage, as a hack on Australia's Parliament House highlights the need for a digital arsenal pact.
Australia Post starts to roll out electric trikes to take the place of iconic Honda bikes on some its mail delivery routes.
When Australia's Parliament is hacked, it's easy to point the finger at Beijing — even though Russia and North Korea are also "bad actors" known to have carried out cyber attacks throughout the world.
Quadriga CX founder Gerald Cotten was the only person with the password to his main computer, which contains a "cold wallet" of more than $190 million and is only physically accessible.