A prominent anti-piracy investigator has called for the creation of a dedicated Australian court to deal with the theft of movies, TV shows and other content following the jailing of a UK man who recorded blockbuster film Fast and Furious 6 at a cinema and distributed it to thousands online.
It was once a figment of a geek's imagination. Now the virtual currency bitcoin is being accepted as easily as cards and cash at pubs, beauty salons and even carpet cleaning services.
Sydney University's Faculty of Architecture and Design is showcasing students' work with a bartending cocktail robot.
Is this photo an alien or dinosaur thigh bone on Mars, as some conspiracy theorists have suggested?
Spare a thought for the males of the rainforest tree that can no longer spread their seed. Without help, the hairy quandong faces a barren future.
The federal government will attempt to put the debate over data retention and metadata to bed with a policy paper likely to be issued as early as Friday.
Young train enthusiasts are reinventing the hobby of rail watching - and making some decent pocket money - online.
Three unusual puzzle designs join Pokemon-like monster-catching Micromon and a sobering not-so-fun look at mental illness with Depression Quest.
Two shiny and very different re-releases join first-person shooting for your phone, plus indie party game Mount Your Friends and robot society simulator Kairobotica.
A pair of AAA mobile releases join a creative fantasy rogue-like, an old-school shooter and a puzzle with mice.