In 2009 we were promised a fast National Broadband Network with optical fibre cables direct to most homes and businesses. Instead, we've ended up with a mix of technologies including optical fibre, copper wires, Hybrid Fibre Coaxial, fixed wireless and satellite.
So, you've saved up some money and you're keen to invest. But would you trust a computer to give you financial advice?
The SuperZoom on Huawei's latest smartphone reportedly allows users to read signs from hundreds of metres away, but there are fears the technology could encourage people to record someone punching in their ATM security pin from across the road.
As more of daily life moves not only online but into the orbit of intelligent machines, computer scientists and lawyers are debating a fuzzy line: when are you hacking a computer and when are you simply tricking it?
Reports emerge of reconnaissance-style drone crashing in outback Western Australia as Airbus says one of its aircraft was involved in an incident in the region.
In the end, Julian Assange lost the game of international politics. Now he's facing a new reality and the confines of the Ecuadorian embassy may seem a paradise compared with what lies ahead, write Philip Williams.
The Government insists Australia is on track to meet its Paris target by 2030, but the Government's own data tells a different story.
The ABC's Malcolm Sutton chronicles his exhaustive battle to remain connected to the internet via ageing, rat-infested infrastructure while also trying to gain access to the NBN.
The software giant's president says vague new laws are damaging the Australian technology industry and causing customers to seek options in other countries.
As a drone delivery service prepares to begin operation in Canberra, the Civil Aviation Safety Authority commits to enforcing licences for any Australian using a drone.