Tesla's new Summon feature will enable cars to be summoned from anywhere by 2018, according to Elon Musk.
Dick Smith gift cards rendered worthless by the company's move into voluntary administration still retain some value thanks to Coles and Kogan.
After a difficult couple of months Dick Smith has announced it is going into voluntary administration.
Tesla and Spotify have teamed up to integrate the streaming service into new and existing Model S vehicles' media players.
The NSW government has legalised ride-sharing services like UberX, and will provide compensation to taxi licence plate owners.
The catchup expansion continues, with the SBS and ABC apps landing on Apple TV and Xbox One respectively.
In Depth Audi's already looking beyond the new A4 to develop tech that will change how we use headlights.
The Tesla Powerwall is now available to pre-order, although you'll be waiting until next year to get one on your wall.
Sony launches a new PlayStation Messages app for iOS and Android, making it easier to smack-talk your buddies on the go.
Despite claims it would always remain exclusively online, Kogan has opened a physical store just outside Melbourne.
Facebook Australia has announced a range of suicide prevention measures to tackle mental health concerns among users.
A new study has revealed that only six per cent of cities' long-term transportation plans take driverless cars into account.
Virgin Mobile and Presto are teaming up to help allay people's fears about data usage when streaming content to their smartphones.
A4 pages can now be printed on the move, thanks to the launch of Brother's thermal PocketJet 7 series.
A professor from Singapore's Nanyang Technological University has developed a chip that will help your phone fully charge in under 10 minutes.
Leaked documents have revealed that the NBN Co's considering replacing the Optus HFC network it paid a fortune for.
Channel 9 is launching some new free-to-air digital TV channels today, including its main channel in Full HD.
Apple's acquired Faceshift, a Zurich-based startup that's developed technology to capture a person's facial expressions in real time.