Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg is still innovating.
Waymo driverless cars and other schemes are burning cash, but the web giant can afford it.
Elon Musk says to fight the rise of artificial intelligence that we must merge with machines - and he wants to plant chips in our heads.
Bill Gates thinks toilets are a serious business. "I never imagined that I'd know so much about poop," the billionaire philanthropist says.
Maker of the iconic AK-47 rifle says its CV-1 will 'at least keep up' with Tesla's electric vehicles, but mot everyone was impressed by what they saw.
Leading figures in Australia's blossoming technology industry fear instability in Canberra will threaten Australia's progress on innovation.
The kit is a powerful way to tap into Google's cloud-based services without having to build everything from scratch, but previous coding experience is mandatory.
A partnership between Google and Australian linguistic researchers could see AI play a role in digitising and preserving dozens of threatened languages.
French President Emmanuel Macron is keen on leading a 'start-up nation' but wants tech giants to contribute more to society.
Want to buy your coffee with bitcoin? In the not-too-distant future Australians will be able to, says Jack Dorsey.
Origin Energy is partnering with start-ups to develop new ways to monitor home energy usage and help customers save money.
Minutes after taking off, the rocket's main-stage booster flew itself back to Earth to land safely on a vessel in the Pacific Ocean.
Uber will share its data with NASA to move the world closer to developing air traffic management systems for a world with flying cars.
Codenamed 'vesta', Amazon is said to be working on a top-secret plan to create a domestic robot.
Companies are coming up with new technologies to help us sleep better.
AI-powered avatar designed to deliver classroom lessons, run activities, respond to student queries and record their answers.
Microsoft's co-founder Paul Allen sis pumping an additional $US125 million into his nonprofit computer research lab in an effort to teach machines "common sense."
Gold Coast's Gilmour Space Technologies has big plans for its nano satellites, but they're unlikely to be launched from Australia.
Less in-your-face but still just as functional, the new Crumpler wants its bags to suit the bar, the bus and the board room.
It started in a spare room in Perth, moved to Silicon Valley and now, 10 years on, Kanopy is coming back home in a big way.
A simple, intuitive form of customer feedback technology is proliferating around Australia, and is about to get much bigger following an injection of capital.
As credit card surcharges and minimum purchase amounts gradually disappear, contactless payments are becoming more practical for small purchases.
Does Alexa have the skills to pay the bills?
It might sound ridiculously expensive, starting at $7299, but the iMac Pro is a great deal considering the hardware you're getting.
These are among the best noise cancellers I’ve tried, but take them flying, as most people who buy noise cancellers do, and they’re unbelievably dumb.