The telco has reported an expect fall in annual profit and warned COVID will have an even bigger impact this financial year.
Nobody would deny the Black Summer bushfires were a catastrophe – but new data shows the devastated area was 24 per cent smaller than originally estimated.
DUG Technology’s shares join the stock market trade at a solid premium after a $35m float.
WA businesses have proved app TikTok can be a powerful marketing tool, having garnered millions of views and likes on videos that showcase their products and services.
Nine years after Steve Jobs stepped down and thrust Tim Cook to the top of Apple, the company is more valuable than ever — and so is Cook.
Anders Melin and Tom Metcalf
A misnamed Brisbane creek reported to Google Maps has blown out into a much bigger problem after the tech giant bungled the correction.
Hard knocks to the head cause lasting damage such as Parkinson’s disease in some people and scientists want to understand why. Now a $2 million SA study is developing a new forecasting tool to predict a patient’s long-term prognosis.
The transit ticketing group spun off from former WA high-flyer ERG is on a hiring spree to meet an expected jump in demand triggered by coronavirus-related health concerns.
Perth-based IT consultancy Interfuze has created software that could save a railway operator millions of dollars each year by preventing train derailments.
He’s a big data scientist working with Perth’s Telethon Kids Institute and Curtin University to eradicate childhood disease — and one of the biggest names in public health is bankrolling his team.
Changes to Australia’s coronavirus-tracing app are alarming users who are threatening to ditch the health tool. But officials say the changes are not what they seem.
More Australians are rushing to pick up a guitar or hit an electronic drum kit as music stores struggle to find stock amid sellouts and shortages.
SUV sales are booming in Australia and we compare three of the best new small high-riders to see which is worthy of your hard earned cash.
Facebook has taken down a post by US President Donald Trump, which the company said violated its rules against sharing misinformation about the coronavirus.
The three new models will test consumer willingness to buy high-priced gadgets during the worst economic downturn since the Great Depression.
The world’s leading smartphone maker has unveiled seven new devices, including a more advanced folding smartphone and a redesigned big-screen phone. But is anyone buying?
Australia’s favourite car has been knocked off its top selling spot as more and more buyers move towards hybrid models and opt to splash cash on dream rides in lieu of international getaways.
David McCowen and Richard Blackburn
Apple shares have surged 18 per cent over the past seven days, the most since 2009. The stock has added $US570b in value this year. But with no new products, can it keep up the pace?
Lu Wang and Vildana Hajric
The Museum of the Great Southern will host a range of events to stimulate curious minds throughout August as National Science Week brings together a celebration of all things science and technology.
A joke from two researchers in Marble Bar has become reality thanks to NASA
A new study has found dingoes have grown almost 10 per cent over the past 80 years and poison-baits may be the cause.
Perth company Space Industries is putting WA on the map with its world-first device designed to mine water on the Moon.
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says President Donald Trump will make an announcement ‘shortly’ on the social media app TikTok, as pressure on Chinese tech companies ramps up.
Two NASA astronauts returned to Earth in a dramatic, retro-style splashdown, their capsule parachuting into the Gulf of Mexico to close out an unprecedented test flight by Elon Musk’s company.
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