Spota is a 'social discovery' service which enables a 'fun way for people to connect to other people they see in real life'.
The Australian Museum is launching a new smartphone app to track the sounds and locations of frogs across Australia.
Responding to what one travel expert categorised as "a wakeup call," the social media site has begun placing symbols next to hotels and resorts that have been identified as locations of sexual assault and other major concerns.
It was a typical night in Staci Burns's house. She was cooking dinner while her 3-year-old son, Isaac, watched videos on the YouTube Kids app on an iPad. Suddenly he cried out, "Mummy, the monster scares me!"
Criticism of Facebook and its founder, Mark Zuckerberg, is easy to come by; solutions aren't as clear. Here's how nine experts would change the social network for the better.
Shares of Twitter soared overnight after the social media company said it may become profitable for the first time next quarter .
Ikea Place is an augmented reality app that lets you experience, experiment and share popping Ikea products into any space. Everything is 3D and true to scale so you can see if it'll fit.
Unlock Rewards is a new Android app that promises you a monthly trove of Flybuys points for very little effort on your part. All you need to do is... look at a full-screen ad whenever you unlock your phone?
Unlike Apple at the time of that 2011 handover, Uber is a wildly unprofitable, undermanaged mess of demotivated workers and squabbling directors.
Dara Khosrowshahi was named America's highest paid CEO when he ran Expedia. Now at the helm of Uber, he's given a first glimpse of how he wants to run the embattled company.
Periodically deleting and reinstalling Tinder could very well have replaced the "watching Titanic and eating ice-cream" as my generation's most (in)effective breakup remedy.
A Brisbane start-up business of just eight people has become a global leader in the digital business cards sector after closing an international deal with Vodafone.
Disney accused of secretly collecting personal information on some of its youngest customers and sharing it illegally with advertisers without parental consent.
A Queensland-led study that analysed the tweets of industry and world leaders to understand their online personality profiles found US President Donald Trump is an "emotionally unstable innovator".
After what Facebook declared were 'promising tests' in Australia and Thailand, the company is now about to expand its Messenger ads beta push more broadly.
Initial fervour may have dissipated, yet arguably neither the cultural significance nor the core popularity (once the hype was over) of the game has waned.
Likes, shares, comments and friend requests are becoming the closest thing humanity has to a universal tongue.
If you feel like your storage is filling up faster than it used to, you may be on to something.
A new iPhone app aims to track and predict mood episodes through keystrokes.
Tinder is for dating. Facebook is for friends. LinkedIn is for ... well, it depends whom you ask, as a legal case involving a banker sending a picture of his genitals shows. LinkedIn is an extension of the workplace, similar to going into the office or attending a corporate networking event, the theory of the case goes. If you wouldn't flirt on a conference call, don't do it on LinkedIn. If you do, you and your company could pay the price.