CES and MWC are over and it's time to clear the dust and see what smartphones are leading the pack this year.
The code repository site says its security alerts are moving developers to patch known vulnerabilities.
The Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus has been out for a week and it is clear that it will be the mass market champion again. It's great for business and may be better than Google's own smartphone.
The banking Trojan is back with a range of new capabilities.
Tesla is known for its electric vehicles -- but now it's hoping to add trucks to its roster of roadsters. Here's everything we know so far.
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Reports suggest Google may be working on blockchain-based systems to support cloud businesses.
ZDNet explores how biotechnology research and current projects may change the face of healthcare worldwide in the future.
A savvy group is hoping to turn trash collection into a multi-player video game.
The bug bounty program is now open and offers financial rewards for vulnerability disclosure.
Robots, including floating spheres and spacewalkers, are performing critical tasks for astronauts and researchers as we speak.
Tasmania's government has threatened legal action against the owners of the Basslink cable that failed in 2015, contributing to an energy crisis in the state.
Microsoft has bought 315MW of a Virginia-based solar project in what the company has called the largest corporate solar agreement in the United States.
Samsung's new mid-tier mobile application processor Exynos 7 9610 has deep learning and faster image processing capabilities and will launch in the second half of 2018.
The Russian cybersecurity firm has formed a new online cyber safety partnership with Crime Stoppers that aims to teach Australians how to be safe from online crime.
South Korea's telco watchdog has fined Facebook 396 million won (US$370,000) for rerouting networks, causing slower access for consumers.
The Australian government has officially opened the Sydney Joint Cyber Security Centre (JCSC), the fourth of five centres funded under a AU$47 million program.
In the wake of the Cambridge Analytica Facebook data misuse controversy, the Australian Greens had its motion for transparency over politician data use blocked in the Senate.