Optus has announced it will release a smartwatch that will enable consumers to pay for goods via its Cash By Optus app by the end of the this year. It's also looking at releasing smart wristbands.
Alana Schetzer Consumers buying products marked "green" or "natural" may think they are doing the right thing for the environment, but scientists have discovered a link between many common ingredients and risks to human health.
Nicky Phillips Forget all the images you've seen in adult films and the 'lifelike' drawings scrawled on public bathrooms, there is now a scientific guide as to what constitutes an average penis size - and hopefully it will put some men at ease.
Ben Grubb Internet service provider iiNet has paid a $204,000 fine following the issue of two infringement notices by the competition watchdog in relation to recent broadband advertisements.
David Ellery Every child, young and old, who has ever stared at the Australian War Memorial’s G For George Lancaster bomber and wondered what would be like to see inside can now live the dream.
Annabel Ross Want to wander around Bondi's Sculptures By The Sea or jump into the cockpit of a Lancaster bomber from the handset of your smartphone?
Hannah Francis LG's standalone, 4G-capable smartwatch is full of great functionality, but it's super-bulky and its less-smart basic variant is a touch prettier.
Bridie Smith, Science Editor A protein which has a key role to play in the body’s immune system has now been found to be critical for sustaining milk production in the breast, a function essential for the survival of mammalian species.
Chris Zappone Much of a modern economy relies on the peaceful, almost routine nature of the business of satellite launches and communication. What happens if space becomes contested?
Hannah Francis Microsoft launches two new affordable Windows phones and Windows 10.