LG is reportedly sending out invites for its V30 smartphone at a time when Galaxy Note 8 reports are gaining momentum. The LG smartphone will be launching on August 31.
If latest reports are to be believed, the Apple iPhone 8 may come with a rear-facing 3D laser to support Augmented Reality (AR) apps. The camera will also have superfast autofocus abilities.
Tesla Model 3 and Model Y are highly awaited electric vehicles. However, more than 200 Australians are in the dark as they have no clue when the Model 3 will be delivered despite their $1,500 deposits.
Scientists have warned that Earth’s sixth mass extinction is already underway. This means that three quarter of the planet’s species could soon disappear.
Jupiter’s titanic hurricane, known as the Great Red Spot, has fascinated observers for long. Now, the first NASA images from the Juno spacecraft started surfacing online.
New research suggests that drinking coffee is associated with longer life. Two major studies involved more than 700,000 people and found that the more coffee consumed, the less likely to die young from disease such as diabetes, cancer and various heart ailments.
Australian doctors and giant tobacco company British American Tobacco have told federal parliamentarians that the country must make e-cigarettes easily available to smokers as it is a safer alternative to tobacco cigarettes.
Latest reports suggest that Logitech is taking its G series gaming headphones to Australia later in July. The gadget provides advanced listening experience to pro-gamers, and they are also stylish enough to wear outside.
The first completed Tesla Model 3 has finally made its appearance and fans are highly excited about it. The US$35,000 (AU$46,000 approx) electric sedan was first announced by CEO Elon Musk more than a year ago.
Leading Australian researcher and oncologist, Prof. Roger Reddel, who is also the Director of the Children's Medical Research (CMRI) Institute, believes that all childhood cancers will be curable in near future. Even 50 years ago, very few children survived childhood leukaemia, but now the cure rate is upwards of 80 percent.
A Bond University study has for the first time pointed out, or rather, quantified, the real extent of antibiotic over-prescription in Australia. The study shows how a number of general physicians (GPs) do not follow national guidelines for antibiotics.
Vietnamese leaker Tung Ha recently posted what he claims are the official press renders of the Samsung Galaxy Note 8. The renders show a change to the handset’s 19.5:9 aspect ratio, the first premium Samsung device to port dual cameras, a large new Infinity Display, a headphone jack and a rear fingerprint sensor moved away from the camera lens.
Two small studies have reported success stories of personalised vaccines treating melanoma patients. The findings recorded in these studies are big steps towards personalised therapies, even though vaccines are still unlikely to be used as standard treatment.
African people may soon be munching on Vitamin A-rich bananas developed by Australian researchers. The bananas have been developed in Queensland as part of a “significant humanitarian project” to save African lives.
The World Health Organisation (WHO) has recently revealed that oral sex is producing dangerous gonorrhoea and that a decline in the use of condoms is helping the infection spread faster.
Antarctica’s Larsen C ice shelf is cracking, and once it gives way, it will set adrift one of the largest icebergs on record. Thus, all eyes are on the ice shelf as the deep crack continues to cut across its surface.
Poor sleep may lead to Alzheimer’s, especially for those who carry the risk of the degenerative disease. Lead scientist Dr. Barbara Bendlin of the University of Wisconsin-Madison in the US said that previous studies had also shown the influence of sleep on the development progression of the disease in various ways.
Drinking coffee may be a good way to stay fit. US journalist and health expert Bob Arnot, in his new book “The Coffee Lover’s Diet,” explored how coffee can help in losing weight.
According to Melbourne researchers, the way honeybees see colour could pave way for higher accuracy for cameras used in robots, drones and phones. In short, the researchers discovered a new mechanism for processing colour information.
Botanix, an Australian company, is developing the first new acne treatment in 20 years. The treatment involves using synthetic cannabis oil to treat pimples.
Ecstasy could help alcoholics deal with trauma and stress, factors that cause people to get hooked, according to a study. The drug is being tested as part of a revolutionary treatment to help alcoholics beat addiction.
SpaceX, the company owned by Elon Musk, has called off a Falcon 9 rocket launch for the second day in a row. The communications satellite launch was cancelled with only 10 seconds left on the countdown clock.
Scientists have recently discovered that after a global catastrophe killed off the dinosaurs, frogs began taking advantage of the catastrophe. The new study has claimed that 88 percent of frog species alive today owe their existence to the meteor impact 66 million years ago.
Since 2011, the NSW government has built three artificial reefs in Port Macquarie, Shoalhaven and Sydney. Now anglers in Sydney are rejoicing again as NSW’s largest manmade offshore reef will come up in Port Hacking near Cronulla.
The top nine contestants of “MasterChef Australia” Season 9 arrived in Japan with the judges, and they bought one ingredient each from around Tokyo for the Mystery Box. The contestants had an open pantry to cook their dishes and 60 minutes of cooking time.
Kogan is offering Australia’s most affordable Smart 4K TVs. The company’s 49, 55 and 65-inch Agora Smart TVs are inexpensive Web-enabled 4K screens one can buy in Australia.
Australia is slowly taking a tough stance on food manufacturers when it comes to marketing junk foods to kids. It is going for tighter regulations such as banishing confectionary and soft drinks from Victorian schools. By end of the year, it will be removing soft drinks from vending machines in all NSW hospitals.
Latest reports suggest that regular intake of chocolate and cocoa could be beneficial for cognitive functioning over time, thereby staving off degenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s.
Latest reports suggest that around 16,000 Australian children have been prescribed antipsychotics. In 2015, a total of 16,570 teenagers, children and toddlers were prescribed such drugs, Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme (PBS) data has shown.
Latest leaks suggest that the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will be bigger than the Galaxy S8 Plus as the former sports a 6.3-inch display. The smartphone will also have an exciting dual-lens setup and a stylus.