COMMENT | Neil deGrasse Tyson imagines a country called Rationalia, a society where policy is based on the weight of evidence. That's a bad idea.
With driverless cars already being tested on many roads, ethicists are trying to figure out how the vehicles should behave in a crash.
There are simple measures you can take to protect your privacy from prying hackers.
These toys might be for children, but their high-tech functions make them just as exciting for adults.
High-tech gloves are giving a voice to the hearing impaired community.
If allowing people to monitor your search history could save your life, would you let them?
These are the droids farmers are looking for - livestock in far-flung Aussie farms can now be monitored by farmbots.
Uber knows when you're low on power.
This sci-fi scenario is closer than ever - type or speak what you want to an AI, and it will make it happen without you lifting a finger.
Breathalyser manufacturers have developed a new product that could make responsible drinking fashionable, by measuring blood alcohol levels via sweat.
A teenage girl recently won a science and technology competition with her robotic invention for vision-impaired people.
The possibility of manipulating the genes of our children is rapidly becoming a reality. What should we do?
Let the car find a park itself. Drive if you're blind, or just blind drunk.
From porn to teledildonics, VR sex is fast becoming a reality - and it has a fertile future, writes virtual reality researcher David Evans Bailey.
Researchers at MIT have created a silicone based cream that makes wrinkles disappear in a second-skin effect, albeit only for up to 24 hours.
Aussie scientists have come up with a way to turn used coffee grounds and steel manufacturing waste into a building material for roads.
Dr Xiaojing Hao has been competing with other researchers in the solar cell industry to produce the world's most efficient thin-film cell yet.
Researchers have created a leather-like material as a byproduct of fermenting kombucha tea - and the things they've made with it are pretty incredible.
In Japan, the next lot of McCann Erickson TV commercials will get creative direction from a robot, writes Aviva Rutkin.