There is a sexually transmitted infection that is very common but little known to most people. One Aussie company wants to help fight it.
Despite world leaders signing up to a global goal to reduce inequality, the gap between the rich and poor has widened.
Facebook isn't in the business of listing and selling cars. Yet. But it is already allowing consumers to test drive cars from their couch via its apps.
Hoping to extend your digital health and fitness tracking data beyond what a phone or watch could measure, Apple is partnering with gyms to let workout equipment and its Watch work together.
RMIT has become the first university in Australia to offer courses based on Apple's 'App Development with Swift' curriculum.
A quiet revolution is upending the way psychological illness is being diagnosed and treated, through the use of sensors in smartphones and smart watches.
Women in Saudi Arabia have scorned the government's decision to grant "citizenship" to a female robot who, unlike them, does not need a male guardian nor have to cover her head in public.
In a three-day event that has already seen the country announce its intent to build an entirely new city - called Neom - from scratch, the announcement that a robot named Sophia has been granted Saudi citizenship stands apart.
From autonomous express lanes to a new role for each residential area's Main Street, our cities are set for some of the biggest shakeups in history as on-demand delivery becomes the norm.
Those suffering from hearing loss say that a new Apple-Cochlear device has changed their lives.
Microsoft has bet hard on augmented and virtual reality, which it collectively refers to as 'mixed reality' as it continues to shake off its old, fusty image.
Blending the familiar fun of plastic, colourful bricks with a surprisingly complicated robot-building kit and code-writing primer, Lego Boost is part educational tool and part amazingly geeky high-tech toy.
Here is a brief selection of 20 ideas for how our schools, policies and mindsets need to change if Australia is to best prepare for the technological future.
Advancements in virtual reality could threaten the future of theme parks, according to a Queensland researcher dubbed DrCoaster
As local retailers worry about the arrival of Amazon destroying their business, the taxman will need to start worrying about how Amazon is going to work to minimise its tax bills.
Elon Musk says people could be transported around the world on most long-distance trips in under one?hour using a new spacecraft.
James Dyson, the billionaire inventor of the bagless vacuum cleaner and bladeless?fan, is building an electric car that will launch by 2020, the latest firm to challenge traditional carmakers in a burgeoning market.
After years of funny desk toys, one of the areas 3D printing might be set to transform is medical devices.
While the cost of living outside a capital city is cheaper, without an income it is a moot point.
The Yara Birkeland isn’t an ordinary cargo ship. If all goes well then the vessel, currently being built for a Norwegian agricultural fertiliser company, will become the world’s first fully autonomous cargo ship when it launches in 2020.
The Australian podcasting conference OzPod returns to ABC Ultimo in Sydney on Friday September 8, and with it an international collection of some of the most innovative names in the on-demand audio entertainment space.
New research opens the door to the manufacture of potentially thousands of new materials.
Australian-designed low-energy Wi-Fi chips are set to power a new generation of smart devices which can talk across neighbourhoods and run for years on a single battery.
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Detroit is once again becoming the centre of the US automobile industry – only this time without anyone behind the wheel.