Give the kid a camera for Christmas. It worked for Robert Imhoff.
In the wake of News Corp's foundation-shaking phone hacking trial, the thought of Rupert Murdoch at the helm of his own aerial spy drone is enough to make his critics break out in a sweat.
The most imaginative Angry Birds crossover yet is let down by an intrusive business model.
Could you rely on your phone to help you fight phone addition? Hannah Francis attempts to find out.
Autocorrect you have done it again. Apple has been caught with its pants down after re-editing history by taking out an error in one of its live presentations.
In these times of high alert for terrorism, modern technology throws up a new source of worry.
The country's leading scientific academy has released a scathing critique of the draft plan to manage the Great Barrier Reef, warning it was inadequate to restore or even maintain the health of the World Heritage site over the next three decades.
Police and parent advocates have condemned a new smartphone application marketed at children as young as 13 that will enable them to find private parties in their area.
A paralysed man has begun to walk again after pioneering surgery using cells from his nasal cavity. How was this possible - and what does it mean for others with spinal injury? Kate Hagan stitches together the evidence.