Data retention, site blocking and three-strikes laws highlight 12 transformative months for online freedom in Australia. We reflect on the year's key moments in the words of the major players involved.
Technically Incorrect: Australia's Fair Work Commission declares that unfriending a co-worker is mean, so very mean.
Australian automaker Holden, a division of GM, offers the Calais-V Sportwagon, a comfortable and capable car for road trips.
Australia has been "prioritised" as one of the first regions to get Tesla's new Powerwall battery storage solution, giving solar users the power to control how and when they use their energy.
A newly discovered chain of continental volcanoes runs for over 2,000 kilometres up the eastern side of Australia.
The Super Pit is the largest open-pit gold mine in Australia. A canyon-size hole populated by house-size trucks, it's large enough to be seen from orbit. Here's what it looks like up close.
Almost a year after Apple announced the launch of Apple Pay, Australia is still waiting for the service. But while reports suggest banks are clashing with Apple over fees, experts say there's a bigger obstacle to adoption.
Netflix, Amazon, Steam and Google Play are all on notice as state and federal treasurers agree to apply GST to all goods and services sold online into Australia.
Australian banks are balking at giving Apple a chunk of the fees they earn from merchants and some say they don't want Apple as the middleman between them and their customers.
The Korean smartphone titan is preparing to launch its mobile payment service into some select countries later in 2015, with Australia to follow sometime next year.