Researchers claim that they have cracked the code when it comes to using 3D printing to create stem cells -- so what happens next?
After some fits and starts in 2008 and 2009 by Psystar and some cheap Dell netbooks, the low-cost hackintosh may be coming soon to a screen near you.
With RailCorp being split into Sydney Trains and NSW Trains later this year, hundreds of staff are being recruited, including those for its IT systems.
A legendary inventor's idea to replace restroom hand dryers will soon show up at airports and fast food restaurants.
Will "wearable", lego-like cars be the future for our roads?
Australian Labor MP Ed Husic has questioned how Apple can have such high expenses cutting profits in Australia when none of its manufacturing occurs locally.
Atlantis Computing is looking to disrupt the converged infrastructure market with an all-flash appliance combining its own software-defined storage technology and a choice of hardware vendors.
In other 'major acquisition of the day' news, one U.S. media conglomerate struck a deal to buy the British cable media group for around $23.3bn.
Nowhere is the challenge of the energy-water nexus so acute as in the Middle East. Here's what Abu Dhabi plans to do about it.
Many ornamental fish swimming in aquariums around the world carry antibiotic-resistant bacteria that could pose a threat not just to a billion-dollar industry but to human health.
The Microsoft Surface Pro is a tablet/PC hybrid that, to me, falls short of being the perfect tablet or the perfect PC. Is the middle path good enough?
MELBOURNE -- Would you dine with a stranger? Two Melburnians play matchmaker in the city, connecting lonely travelers and strengthening neighborly bonds along the way.
Security concerns over the two Chinese telecoms equipment makers are the cause for delays in according them "domestic manufacturer" status in India, despite industry recommendations.
Microsoft's ready to release its second Surface-branded device to the public. Unlike the Surface RT, the new Surface with Windows 8 Pro is a real PC, with all the strengths and weaknesses that go with it. Should you buy one?
An Ovum study shows more online users are starting to tire of Internet companies harvesting their private data and using the information honestly, making it a challenge for companies to change this perception.
"The Morning Briefing" is SmartPlanet's daily roundup of must-reads from the web. This morning we're reading about investment and development in Africa.
The board of the world's number one supplier of PCs by shipment is reportedly looking at options to "obtain maximum value for shareholders." One of those options is splitting up the technology giant into smaller companies.
His tragic death is being used by many to push through new laws and demands for changes in government and academia. Yet those voices were largely absent when he needed them the most.
Google has emerged victorious against the Australian case brought by the ACCC over alleged misleading ads in search results.