Authorities may soon reap millions of dollars by selling more than 24,500 bitcoins confiscated from a Melbourne man who ran a "one-stop shop" for drugs through Silk Road.
Chinese smartphone manufacturer Oppo may still be an unfamiliar name for most Australians, but that could be set to change soon.
Tens of thousands of American tech geeks are getting involved in the practice, paying big money to women who offer services from being a girlfriend, to an attractive sidekick, to a sexual partner.
It may look as though Apple released two brand new iPads in the iPad Air 2 and the iPad Mini 3, but the truth is only one of them is really new.
Social media is well known for being able to disseminate information quickly, but when joined by a powerful offline community and a little help from software, it can work even faster.
A new federal government scheme requiring telecommunications companies to store customer records for two years could “absolutely” be used to target the illicit downloading of movies or music, according to the Australian Federal Police commissioner.
Australia's top law-enforcement agency has defended its use of a controversial law that requires internet service providers to block websites government agencies deem illegal, without judicial oversight.
``It's very much about the philosophy of I hear and I forget, I see and I remember, I do and I understand, I innovate and I change the world' at Questacon, council chairman Leon Kempler told everyone including Prime Minister Tony Abbott who opened the renamed Ian Potter Foundation Technology Centre on Wednesday.
The process which lead to the creation of humankind on earth was a fluke and it is highly unlikely it has been repeated anywhere else in the galaxy.
It was only a few hundred years ago that people with epilepsy were thought to be possessed by the devil. While that stigma has passed, doctors continued to believe the disorder was acquired from an injury; a fall, a difficult labour, tumour or a sports or car accident as recently as two decades ago.
St Joseph's School has had huge success with their entries into Busselton Water's poster competition.
Thieves have ram-raided a shopping centre in Bunbury on Friday, but have left empty-handed after targeting an ATM.
A local artisan will be displaying his glass works at the end of November.