Foxtel sci-fi channel SF has commissioned its first-ever Aussie-made production: the full-length feature film Arrowhead.
Adobe's controversial all-Creative Cloud transition for its Creative Suite applications is now available to subscribers.
The chipmaker said its GPU tech could show up in other companies' processors for everything from smartphones to supercomputers.
Google wields a big sheriff's badge when it tells online snake-oil salesmen to peddle their wares elsewhere.
The company's graphics chips are finding a foothold in neural networks, a biology-inspired form of computing that is moving from research to commercial tasks like Google's photo recognition.
Hedge fund Third Point, a major Sony stockholder, is pushing the company to separate its entertainment arm into its own company.
Blackberry's QWERTY smartphone will go on sale through Optus and Telstra at the start of July, as well as outright through two major retailers.
Professional "cardstacker" Bryan Berg can build remarkable feats of engineering — all just using playing cards, with no glue, tape or even a tiny ball of Blu-Tack.
There were some pretty hot properties shown off at E3 this year, both established IPs and new games alike. Here are our top picks for what to look forward to. 1
Sometimes Google's Street View vehicles just can't go any farther. The Atlantic's Alan Taylor took a pictorial look at the reasons why. 1
The 6.4-inch giant is expected to be announced on 4 July, and could feature a powerful quad-core processor and 1080p HD screen.
An Italian man whose American girlfriend is learning his language with Duolingo teamed up with the app to deliver a unique marriage proposal. 2
At the Tokyo Toy Show, Toyota unveiled the Camatte 57s, an electric-powered toy car that families can build together.
The local video-streaming service will have the vampire-themed HBO show just hours after it airs in the US.
US video-streaming service Netflix will create multiple original series based on DreamWorks franchises like Shrek and Kung Fu Panda.
That's the claim from TechCrunch, which said that Facebook's special press event on 20 June will be focused in part on video and Instagram.
Baked into Skype's mobile and desktop apps, the new video-messaging feature has emerged from beta mode, and is now available for everyone.
The site will start delivering its RSS reader on web and iOS just before Google kills its service on 1 July.
Bryan Berg visits Sydney to build an Eiffel Tower out of frequent flyer cards.