From robot bartenders, AI judges and delivery bots to tech giants like Skype and TransferWise — in less than 30 years Estonia has made the transformation from a struggling post-Soviet state to one of the world's most digitalised nations.
The virtual currency bitcoin is responsible for the same amount of carbon dioxide emissions as a city like Las Vegas, according to a new study.
The video may be an attempt to test Facebook's new fake video policies, after the company recently refused to remove a fake video of top US Democrat Nancy Pelosi.
Some of the world's most powerful and influential technology companies are either massively in debt or barely making a profit. But in 21st century Silicon Valley, that's the aim.
Amazon announces new drones to deliver packages in less than 30 minutes as well as a new app — dubbed "Shazam for clothes" after the popular music-identifying app — that can identify clothing styles.
From your next smartphone to your car, digital devices rely on rare-earth minerals, but a threat from China to strangle the global supply could reshape the world as we know it.
Global IT company IBM rolls out its first neurodiversity program in Australia, at its Client Innovation Centre in Ballarat, putting 16 autistic candidates through their paces for four weeks and then hiring the 10 best.
As Sydney joins the list of cities across the globe embracing a world of driverless trains, are governments adequately prepared for an automated revolution?
An Adelaide schoolboy, who hacked into Apple's secure computer system when he was just 13 years old, is spared a conviction and urged to use his "significant talent" for good instead of evil.
The data points popularised by platforms like YouTube — subscriber counts, number of video views, likes and dislikes — have made apathy quantifiable.