The Nintendo Switch had its official coming out party over the weekend, as the world's press got its first chance to go hands on with the machine and put it through its paces.
Mike Fahey Last week gaming hardware company Razer debuted Project Valerie, a cutting-edge laptop concept that switches automatically between one and three displays. On Sunday, two prototype models were stolen from the Razer booth at CES 2017. The company is offering $US25,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of those responsible.
Liam Mannix The last straw for Daniel Saffioti came in 2014 when NBN installed a fibre pillar right in front of his house – but refused to connect him.
Bridie Smith, Science Editor It was a tough call as to who had the more enviable job. The answer depended which end of a large and potentially dangerous predator you would rather be working on: the head (read canine teeth) or the tail (read anal gland).
Tim Biggs DC's decision to partner with Telltale for an interactive graphic adventure makes for one of the most enjoyable romps through Gotham in years.
Spandas Lui Company drops five defined tiers for NBN plans of different speeds, introduces four new categories.
Marcus Strom Genome mapping in Wollemi pines gives scientists hope in fighting extinction.
Tim Biggs Though its decline has been a long time coming, 2016 was the year that the iconic Internet Explorer ceased to be the most popular way to browse the web on desktops.
Tim Biggs Thousands of tech enthusiasts descending on Las Vegas for CES last week may have felt like they'd seen a ghost or two, with smartphones bearing the names of Nokia and BlackBerry appearing like apparitions among the futuristic robots and shiny new things.
Peter Wells For years CES has being dominated by technology for the active: fitness trackers, wearables, VR, and Drones. In 2017 they're still all here — drones especially — but most of the buzz is centred around the home.