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Two Australian internet shopping platform startups, Posse and Beat the Q, have merged with the aim of creating a unified app they are dubbing the 'Uber or Airbnb of shopping'.
Mozilla is angling for Firefox OS to have a place alongside Raspbian as a tool for teaching and bringing web programming to robotics and drones.
The rise of 3D printing in consumer and enterprise will usher in a new era of locked-in materials that may offend some early adopters.
CVS Health Corp and Rite Aid Corp have blocked support for Apple's mobile payment system, possibly in order to launch a branded alternative.
The South Korean tech giant is scaling back LED lighting operations, and will keep the business limited to local shores.
Victorian Premier Dr Denis Napthine has promised up to AU$2.2 million funding for a plan to put 3D-printing equipment into every high school in the state, if re-elected in November.
In what ways can teachers use tech to enrich their lessons?
Google and the UK's Oxford University are teaming up to advance the field of artificial intelligence.
Italian researchers have come up with a new way of squeezing extra life out of standard lithium ion batteries, thanks to the miracle material.
Microsoft has a $49 adapter kit that will allow Xbox One sensors to work with Windows 8 and 8.1 PCs and tablets.
Microsoft's Garage is morphing from an internal hacking lab to an incubator for lightweight consumer-focused apps for Android, iOS and Windows.
Google and Qualcomm, along with others, have stumped up $542 million in a Series B fundraising effort for Florida-based augmented-reality developer Magic Leap.
A number of academics have submitted an open letter to Microsoft Research management protesting the recent closing of the company's Silicon Valley research lab.
Consumers are turning to online television services in their droves — but what does this mean for cable providers and traditional outlets?
Microsoft isn't going the Smartwatch 2.0 route with its rumored fitness band. Instead, the company has a more targeted and cloud-connected wearables game plan, sources say.