The world's navigation and communication networks are at risk of being brought down by a "catastrophic avalanche" of space junk, researchers have warned.
Tim Biggs Every city has a Williamsburg. A hipstertown. A coolsville. They can be hard to find, and talking to locals can produce differing opinions, but a new app called 'Where is Williamsberg' aims to make it a whole lot easier for hipsters to find a home.
Peter Spinks The tiniest and fastest-moving submersibles ever developed promise to transform the brave new world of nanotechnology.
Henry Belot More action needed on cyber security, government warned.
Peter Spinks Given up on therapists? Jump online for a better chance of dealing with issues such as hoarding or OCD.
Esther Han, Consumer Affairs Editor An old-fashioned insurance giant has a novel way of getting the attention of millennials.
Darren Orf Company keeping tabs on which phone makers and telcos are the slowest when it comes to pushing through new versions of Android, and reportedly has plans to name and shame in push to end fragmentation.
Stephen Jeffery Some properties in Canberra's inner north are having their older phone and internet lines switched off, to be replaced completely by the NBN.
Hannah Francis The 'Fangaroo' and 'Drop Crocs' are just some extinct animals discovered in Australia. Now we can add this snail-biter to the list.
Peter Spinks New findings suggest we ought to think differently about our interactions with supposedly unresponsive plants and vegetables.
Here's how Griffith has been documented in social media pictures this last week.
NSW: 29-year-old charged with high range drink-driving after two-hour trip.