In the wake of Australia's recent election, the Australian Information Industry Association has called for Australia to adopt an electronic voting system.
Be careful what you tweet for: Twitter has introduced a new feature that will allow marketers to target ads based on the emojis you tweet.
A new report says Aussies are paying too much for lacklustre digital services, calling on the Government to make things clear: Skirting around geoblocks is not against the law.
Money from streaming services gave the record industry a massive boost in 2015, though we're still not spending as much as we did on music in the old days.
More than 40 top tech companies, including Amazon, Facebook, Google and Microsoft, as well as privacy and industry trade groups, weigh in on the government's demand to force Apple to change the iPhone.
New information reveals specific details for the Note 7's iris scanning, Google Maps cleans up, and Bubble Zoom makes it easier to read digital comicbooks.
Amazon's long-developed Prime Air drone delivery system may see its first application in the UK.
You can't exactly buy these yet, but you'll probably want to.
The launch of same-day delivery option to Indian customers further captures Amazon's commitment to India.
To help offset real-estate demand in Menlo Park, Facebook is constructing 1,500 housing units and dedicating a percentage of that for low-income families.