Carvey Ehren Maigue has won the James Dyson Sustainability Award 2020 for developing AuREUS, a crop-based material turning UV into energy.
Scientists have discovered the final chemical building block of life on a comet, furthering the idea that our life all came from space.
It turns out that upgrading your NBN connection to FTTP is pretty expensive, but it should’ve been done right in the first place.
The Australian Government has a new code to try to tackle spam calls which robbed Australians of approximately $36 million in 2020.
Protect yourself from the outside world with the Blanc Mask while you look like a futuristic French DJ at the same time.
New advances in AI are smashing the competition and determining the structure of proteins which has huge implications for scientific research.
Tasmania’s recent wind farm projects tips it over into generating enough renewable energy to power the state.
When a song written by an AI riffing on two separate artists gets a copyright strike, who owns it? Or is it just another case of AI vs AI.
At least one of Australia’s top security agencies has “incidentally collected” data from the COVIDSafe app.
From the usual music and videos to live online concert ticket sales, YouTube wants to win the end to end digital music industry experience.
In a wonderful display of cyber whimsy, a man has booted DOS from a vinyl record, and even left instructions for others to do the same.
Apple halves its commission from smaller developers, but competing companies remain vocal about what they see as a monopoly.
Nvidia RTX Voice software not only officially supports GTX cards now but you can even use it to clean pre-recorded audio, with a little help.
The last release for Chrome in 2020 has a bunch of neat changes to help reduce CPU usage for tab fiends. It also adds a bunch of productivity features which look surprisingly helpful.