We're increasingly reliant on phones and tablets - and thieves and cyber crims know it.
Australian scientists have found a way to print large but extremely lightweight and flexible solar panels like money.
REVIEW: There's a great phone in here but it's struggling to get out.
A new market for parent- and kid-friendly technology is exploding.
Music superstars donate US$70 million to help young innovators create the next iPod or Facebook.
New lower-cost Q5 is the company's third smartphone to run the new BlackBerry 10 system.
3D printing technology is a game changer in the arts and crafts world.
Doctors are using 3D printers to help solve complex cardiac problems.
Annual software developers' conference to showcase the latest mobile devices running on Android.
Sky Television is adding subscribers again after a five-month losing streak, but cuts Igloo targets.
Phone manufacturer trying to close huge market lead of rivals Samsung and Apple in lucrative handset market.
Hayden Walles looks into the difference between 32-bit and 64-bit processing.
It may seem like everyone already has all the mobile devices they need, but shipments for notebooks, tablets and smartphones were up 37 per cent in the first quarter.
"Powered exoskeletons" already being used and tested in US rehabilitation hospitals.
REVIEW: The HTC One is a beautiful device with an enhanced Android interface and the best camera yet on a smartphone.
Gianna Chien finds the iPad 2 can in some cases interfere with life-saving heart devices.
Back when she was in college, Monica Wilkinson used to dream of "being able to carry a computer in my head," and now she can.
It's more expensive, less durable, and a worse shot than any gun you can buy from a store.
A "driveable plane" is set to go on sale in 2015, followed by a flying car in the early 2020s.
A new budget version of the iPhone is set to launch this year, according to an ETrade Supply source.
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