The original Pebble was a revelation when it launched in 2013, and it nailed a lot of smartphone fundamentals that later competitors would overlook — including a decent battery life, always-on screen and a clear, glanceable display. Now, with Pebble Time, it's even smarter.
Tim Biggs Removalist company CityMove has been made to pay a $30,600 fine after it was found to be posting fabricated user reviews online, the second time the company has been caught out doing so in five years.
John McDuling You might like Facebook, you might find it an incredibly soul-destroying place. What's unarguable is that Mark Zuckerberg's social network is an absolutely enormous beast.
Brian Krebs New feature 'Wi-Fi sense' automatically connects your Microsoft contacts to your Wi-Fi network when they come in range.
Catherine Armitage Until two days ago, Walter Palmer was a "very private" man living with his family. He practised dentistry and hunted animals with a bow and arrow. Now the dentist's old life has ended.
Hannah Francis A new generation of compact, electric-powered vehicles could reduce traffic congestion and carbon emissions. There's just one problem.
Hannah Francis There's a lot to like in Microsoft's new operating system, and plenty more worth waiting for.
Tim Biggs Twitter's CFO admitted Twitter "remains too difficult to use". Here's how it can be fixed.
Emma Kelly ANU along with the likes of Google, Facebook, Apple and Microsoft wants to shape our computer habits.
Amy Remeikis Rride-sharing app's impact on taxis "not fair" says Palaszczuk.
Our local firefighters are hitting the main street over the next fortnight to talk winter fire safety
The Art on the Monaro auction will raise funds for the Monaro Education Foundation
A recent Chamber of Commerce event has pointed to a bright future for Bombala
Our Joey's got up close and personal with some reptilian friends.
Bombala is right behind the many Relay for Life fundraising events taking place
Kelsie Long will be presenting her research to an international conference on Quaternary research