Proposed changes to copyright law would mirror Labor's dumped internet filter and would not curb online piracy, the free market think tank the Institute of Public Affairs has said.
A colourful, arts-and-craft experience that harkens back to the days of Banjo Kazooie and Jak and Daxter, The Last Tinker: City of Colors shines despite some issues.
An American neuroscientist and his team of expert video game developers are looking to create a new class of games designed specifically to help children learn.
Amateur video footage taken by a drone and uploaded to YouTube reveals the enormous scale of Apple's new "spaceship" headquarters now under construction in Silicon Valley, California.
A 23-year-old University of Queensland engineering student has been rewarded for his creation of a medical device he hopes will improve the lives of children.
Today a trove of personal photos from female celebrities begun circulating online, and it appears to be all thanks to the fact that stealing a person's files and photos no longer requires physical proximity or any outright carelessness on the victim's part.
ATO workers are now able to use social networking sites, Facebook, Twitter and LinkdIn at work.
The country's biggest telecommunications companies are willing to block their customers from accessing overseas websites hosting pirated movies and music despite concerns harmless sites could also get caught by the filter.
It was going to be bigger than the Snowy Mountains Scheme and revolutionise our lives. This week the Coalition released the first analysis of Labor's National Broadband Network which found the benefits would never have met the cost.
Melbourne's reputation as an arts capital and sports mecca is well-documented. But the city also rates as a research hot spot, with many of the breakthroughs made in Melbourne going global.
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