Over the past decade or so, eliminating "friction" - the name given to any quality that makes a product more difficult or time-consuming to use - has become an obsession of the tech industry,
As smartphones have become ubiquitous and technology more accurate, an industry of snooping on people's daily habits has spread.
Procreate Pocket, an iPhone version of the celebrated Tasmanian illustration software, takes out the top award.
Technology addiction is not recognised as a medical condition, but it is a growing concern for many Australians.
The exits add to the challenges facing Instagram's parent company, Facebook.
Some North Burleigh Surf Club beers, a bunch of backpackers and years of solo travelling appear to have paid off for two rugby mates.
Soundscape gives those with low vision greater spatial and location awareness by providing them audible clues about where they are and where they are going.
Nine out of 10 Australian Uber riders have a rating above 4.5, but those below four will soon be at risk of being kicked out.
Onavo lets users manage the amount of mobile data they use and also masks their location, but it collects a lot of information for Facebook too.
For starters, families living in Rhodes have got their playground back.
New YouTube Music offers both free and subscription versions, comes as part of reshuffle that retires YouTube Red, makes future of Google Play Music unclear.
Founder Charles Black describes CycleLifeHQ as "AirBnB to cyclists".
Reducing what you buy and what you waste is not just good for your family, but good for the environment as well.
Users unable to send iMessages from their iPhones on Wednesday morning.
Apple is closing the gap on Spotify in its home nation, new report indicates.
Australians' rage at oBike, ofo and Reddy Go is proof that not all tech ideas travel.
By forwarding all their email bills to Gobbill, users can avoid scams and make sure their accounts are payed on time.
Platform with more than 125 million users in India is coming to Sydney, Melbourne and Perth.
Your doppelganger is out there somewhere. Or at least, what Google thinks is your doppelganger is out there.
A new app promises to connect phones to free Wi-Fi in two clicks, with users able to spot hotspots in augmented reality through their smartphone's camera.