Trump's plan to slap $200 billion more in tariffs on Chinese goods is premised on yesterday's waste-fueled economy. Tomorrow's economy is 'circular.'
The Mother of All Demos.
In 1968 computers were the size of a room. But after the founding of Intel and the introduction of the mouse that year they would eventually fit in a pocket – and change the Silicon Valley forever.
A 90-minute presentation in 1968 showed off the earliest desktop computer system. In the process it introduced the idea that technology could make individuals better – if government funded research.
People who depend on auditory implants to hear struggle to understand speech in noisy places. A new device could change that.
An expert argues our connection with these figures is longstanding. They are embedded in our myths and help us explore deeper questions about being human.
Google needs to stop relying on just advertising if it wants to be successful in the next 20 years – but that is proving difficult.
Technology is already changing how we live our lives and go about our days. Are we ready with collaborative planning processes so we are not taken by surprise by more profound change?
The 2018 Australian Museum Eureka Prize winners include astrophysicist and science communicator Alan Duffy and the citizen science app QuestaGame.
Important programs helping older adults learn how to use the internet are effective but limited.
Management trumps technology in making companies productive, but that doesn't mean firms can be complacent when it comes to keeping up with change.
In the digital age, libraries got creative about how to translate services they've always offered into new formats. And they've transformed their spaces to have a variety of community uses.
A geologist explains the basics about these elements, which are crucial for modern electronics.
Without addressing teacher concerns about integrating IT in the classroom, we risk creating a generation of students ill-prepared for a digital future.
We urgently need to contemplate the myths we tell about ourselves and technology as a way of evaluating the relationship between the two.
Technological professionals are the first, and last, lines of defense against the misuse of technology.
Many computers built at Bletchley Park were dismantled and progress stalled – it would be a tragedy if the same thing happened with 5G.
The persistent stigma surrounding incontinence has paralysed today’s inventive minds.
Specific predictions go obsolete fast, but some common themes are emerging – convenience, fragmentation, intelligence, personalisation and experience.
As cities become 'smarter', they need more and more objects fitted with technology. We need to think about designing these objects to accommodate computers, which often break down and create e-waste.
The US and Europe approach tech regulation very differently due to their historical contexts. Where does Australia's fit in?