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A team of researchers has developed a facial recognition system that can identify individual lemurs in the wild with high levels of accuracy.
Wearable technology is advancing rapidly with new products launching almost daily and they’re not just in the fitness category.
Just because a piece of software is free doesn’t mean it diminishes its quality.
It’s hard to imagine we could evolve any further with technology, but just when we think we’ve seen it all, inventors come out with even more adva
Lumos is re-imagining the humble bike helmet.
Apple Park is about to be the new home to 12,000 employees and are they in for a treat.
A new app from Samsung helps people identify dangerous rips at the beach.
If you love your bike, you’ll love the latest technology being designed to make your ride safer and more fun, though it does come at a cost.
New technology is helping elite athletes know what to eat after a workout.
If you use Facebook you’ll have had your fair share of mind numbing posts filling your newsfeed, but there are some tools you can use to make sure y
We all know we should back up our computer, not disclose passwords or click on links from unknown sources, but there are other useful habits to have w
Google's Chrome browser offers all sorts of bonus extension tools supplied by developers from all over the world.
Cycling in urban areas can be dangerous at times, so cyclists are always on the lookout for the latest safety devices.
The latest Roy Morgan data suggests your choice of phone might say more about you than you think.
Astronauts suffer from numerous physical ailments when they spend long periods of time in space, one of them being damage to their eyesight.
A local entrepreneur is making it possible for everyday people to sell their extra data.
In a perfect world data would be unlimited and cost nothing to use, but we don’t yet live in a perfect world.
In a technology report by the BBC it was revealed some mobile apps now store more than 1 billion phone numbers, mostly without their owner’s knowled
Not all countries are as lucky as Australia and can grow their own bananas, so they have to import them from tropical nations.
There be gold in them thar smartphones.
Just because you have a camera, doesn’t automatically make you a portrait photographer.
Using a virtual private network (VPN) makes your internet usage more secure and private.
Amsterdam paves the way for self-driving boats in metropolitan areas.
While most Australians are aware of the dangers of online hackers, most of us are still very complacent when it comes to protecting our personal infor
Like a refrigerator, home Wi-Fi connections are now a household essential, but they can frustrate users when dead spots make it difficult to get conne
While NASA didn’t find life in Mars, it did find a potential bio-signature that indicates previous microbiological life did exist.
You no longer need to be an IT expert and have special cables to connect your computer to your TV screen, as Google has made it easy for anyone to do.
If you never want to suffer from a flat mobile battery again, you need to make a few changes to how you use our phone.
In the battle for the prestige vehicle customer, technology is taking centre stage.
Here are some useful iPhone hacks to free up storage space.
Despite the fact that alarm clocks have been waking people successfully since the 18th century, new technology is now available to get you up with les
New technology could change the way we deal with the loss of a loved one forever.
The internet has exposed an offensive underbelly of society in which armchair critics take anonymous potshots at innocent people.
If you thought Google was simply the place you go to find stuff, you‘ll surprised to learn it has a life-science business dedicated to solving globa
Freelancers with various skills have been the backbone of the service and vocational trades industries for years, but the internet has opened a whole
It may sound like fantasy but some IT experts are concerned computers may be using software to hack our brainwaves for data that could be used malicio