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Future cities that ‘glow’ in the dark

What about an evening stroll on a street with glowing trees and illuminated pathways? Or finding your favourite vegetable grown on the side of...

Soon, you can ‘Save’ content on FB

Facebook is soon to launch a new feature that will let its users flag content like movies, music, TV shows and links for later...

Samsung opens up a whole new galaxy with new S8

So, the lid has finally been lifted on the hotly anticipated Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+, and they look pretty slick. Design and performance have...

Four things you need to know about the nbn

As the nbn™ network rolls out across the country, here’s what you need to know before getting connected. 1. What is the nbn? The nbn network...

India, Australia launch bio robots in Indian Ocean

Robotic floats armed with sensors will be launched in the Indian Ocean as part of a new India-Australia research partnership to study the Indian...

Feminine or masculine, who cares?

Before climbing into the car for the first time, I took it all in. Starting at the front, the grille, as with many other...

Wired but disconnected

Encouraging a more healthy technology use in teens A majority of today’s teenagers own a tablet, smart phone, and access lots of online resources...

Ten gigs per sec: Google plans fastest internet ever

The next dawn of Internet technology is fast coming - at a speed you can't even imagine! Google is exploring the next big thing -...

A USB drive for faster transfer of mobile files

People using Android devices know it's not easy to move files from their phone or tablet to a PC. Now, a special USB drive...

India-born Stanford don wins Marconi Prize

Arogyaswami Joseph Paulraj, India-born professor at Stanford University in the US, is the winner of the Marconi Prize 2014 for his pioneering work on...