Australian parents are paying thousands of dollars to store their babies' umbilical cord blood.
A British student has set up a valuable tool for managing users' privacy online, but will it be enough?
Rather than just relying on maps, augmented reality adds an extra dimension to your travels.
Creating imaginary worlds may sound like exciting work, but some video game developers have found it is putting their mental health at risk.
Here are 10 of the most hotly anticipated games we can look forward to in 2014.
Customers using the Coles Flybuys card or online shopping service are having their personal details sent to up to 30 other companies owned by the same corporation and to third parties in at least 23 other countries.
Digital giants Facebook, Twitter and Google have united to reject an Abbott government proposal that would force social media companies to remove content deemed harmful to young people.
Astronomers at ANU want to use lasers to eradicate "space junk"
American poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow once remarked that music is the universal language of mankind. But new research suggests music doesn't speak to us all.
Recent cases have shown that amateur publishers can be held to account for their comments.