Technology

Larry Ellison steps aside at Oracle

His 37 years at the helm of the business software maker were a colourful reign marked by flamboyant behaviour and outlandish wealth.

iPhone 6 passes 'drop' test

He was the first owner of a new iPhone 6 in Perth. And the first to drop it - right outside the store.

GCSB clarifies 'Project Speargun'

OPINION: Government Communications Security Bureau tightens its defence over claims of mass surveillance.

Shuttlerock opens US office

The Rangiora software firm with a Lady Gaga link, raises $2.35 million from big-name backers and opens up in Los Angeles.

Microsoft lays off 2100 staff

BILL RIGBY - Reuters

The moves are part of CEO Satya Nadella's goal of cutting 18,000 staff, or about 14 per cent of its workforce.

Robot cheetah's quantum leap

MIT's four-legged robot runs like the super-fast spotted feline and even on its own power, off a treadmill.

Robot acts like English butler

To make a robot that does domestic chores, Siddhartha Srinivasa imagined a British butler.

Two new iPads coming

Startup takes on VR big guns

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