For Road Trip 2015, CNET gets a hands-on preview of a world-first VR entertainment facility before it opens its doors to the public on August 15.
Tesla's bid to power up the east coast is one step closer with news that the electric vehicle company has secured supercharging sites in Gundagai, Goulburn and Wodonga.
A man has been fined for flying a drone over police during a nine-hour siege in Melbourne after the remotely piloted aircraft hit power lines and almost injured police below.
With mobile data in demand like never before, Telstra is offering Melbourne customers "extreme speeds" with its new 700Mhz spectrum.
Technically Incorrect: CEO says it's unacceptable that the teens were asked to leave an Apple store because they "might steal something," according to a memo published by Buzzfeed.
Indie studio Tin Man Games has redefined adventure gamebooks for the digital age. Its upcoming title, The Warlock of Firetop Mountain, goes right back to the genre's roots.
Optus pinches the English Premier League from Foxtel, Apple works with American Express to get its contactless payment system up and running, and we talk about what rocked at PAX Australia.
"Canberra" and "world-leading" aren't often seen in the same sentence, but Australia's bush capital has regulated ride-sharing with the introduction of UberX, and the chief minister says other cities should follow suit.
Melbourne commuters will be able to say goodbye to mobile black spots on trains with Optus set to bring mobile coverage underground on parts of the network by the end of the year.
Dissident artist Ai Weiwei has taken his battle with Lego to the next level, calling on people across the world to donate their unused Lego bricks in the name of "freedom of speech."