The NSW Council for Civil Liberties has argued that Australian internet users have "the right to be forgotten" online.
A 4chan user set up a Pastebin to make a list of every single video game ever made. But that's not where the fun ends.
You could hunt around for the best way to spend your hard-earned this week, or you could check out CNET's wrap of the best technology retail deals where we've done the hard work for you! 1
Pioneer announced that it will be the first after-market manufacturer to bring Apple CarPlay to the dashboards of Australian cars in 2014. 1
A team of MIT researchers has successfully cured a rare genetic liver disease in mice by "editing" the DNA to correct the mutated gene.
The third Dragon Age game from Bioware and EA will hit Australia on 9 October, 2014.
As it turns out, combining two viral casual gaming sensations results in a masterpiece. 1
One of the first Pozible crowdfunding campaigns in China has proven extremely popular, hitting 2000 per cent of its target in one hour
A power-generating soccer ball designed to provide electricity for disadvantaged children and endorsed by Barack Obama has been revealed to be faulty.
Using an array of 2500 flames, a Masters student in Denmark has created a stunning way to visualise sound.
Hybrid Broadcast Broadband TV is on its way to Australia in the form of FreeviewPlus, but what is it, how do you get it, and why should you care? 2
The creator of smartphone-controlled robotic toy Sphero has launched an initiative aimed at teaching kids programming, robotics and maths.
Samsung has filed for six trademarks in Australia, including five words and a new logo. 1
New paleontological research has discovered the reason why the Tyrannosaurus Rex didn't need bigger arms. 3
We have a quick look at the Download Booster tool on the new Samsung flagship to see what all the fuss is about. 5
We talk dragons, dwarves and spiders with the man who gave Benedict Cumberbatch a lizard's face.
Why have a plain black console sitting in your living room when you could cover it with 2,500 Lego bricks and recreate The Hobbit?
The insanely popular world building game makes the strange transition from digital download to disc-based title for the PS3. 1
It's another week of retail deals. Whether you need new speakers, computer accessories, or a new game console there's something out there for ...