Beer and computer programming are often seen as male-dominated industries, but two young women are breaking the stereotype by creating the official app for New Zealand's Beervana.
Canberra's parking inspectors continue to draw the ire of drivers using a new smartphone application, with one going to extraordinary efforts to avoid fines.
How a quirky, little app that lets users share six-second videos found fans, fame and (possibly) a fortune.
People are not the only residents living large in the eastern suburbs - spiders at Tamarama Beach are fatter and more fertile than their rural counterparts.
One company reckons it's time for tablets to bring families together rather than isolate them. So they've gone big.
George Bush misunderestimates the Ice Bucket challenge
Twitter has dramatically altered its definition of a 'timeline' to allow for the inclusion of tweets from accounts users don't follow, based on what the site determines individual users will find 'relevant and interesting'.
The Australian Tax Office has released guidelines on bitcoins, and other digital currencies, saying it will provide certainty to users and the wider community.
Once hailed as the poster child of digital interactive learning, tablets are falling increasingly out of favour in NSW schools.
The federal government has been left red-faced following the revelation that law-enforcement agencies have been accessing Australians' web browsing histories without a warrant.