Apple excites iPhone and iPad fans with an unexpected announcement.
Kim Arlington A dingo pup found close to death on a outback track could help answer "ground-breaking" scientific questions.
Chris Jager Slower than 50 other nations, including Thailand, Estonia, Kenya.
Tim Biggs Unlike any other game console on the market, the Switch lets you transition seamlessly between playing at home on your big TV and playing the exact same games on the go, Game Boy style.
Henry Zwartz It is a feeling many of us know well: the grouchy back and shoulder ache we get from lugging around a camera around all day. The issue is serious when you couple a hefty DSLR with a large piece of glass.
Marcus Strom Claims published in Nature that the world's oldest fossils have been discovered have been challenged by leading experts in the field.
Tim Biggs Cloud-based businesses including Xero and Expensify, as well sites and services including Slack, Trello and Medium, were disrupted on Wednesday morning due to a partial failure at one of Amazon's data centres.
Adam Turner The iPhone generation has grown up with onscreen keyboards, but do old-school smartphone users still pine for their old Blackberry's physical keyboard.
Peter Wells New compression algorithm crunches TV shows on a shot-by-shot basis, meaning visually simpler scenes will require less data.
Marcus Strom You're not likely to find them at your cafe alongside your smashed avocado.
Photos from Launceston's dawn service.
Fears over the future of the Australian Maritime College were unanimously voiced by Launceston Aldermen.
The Examiner will bring you live coverage from Anzac Day services across the North.
Cars, colour, class - Targafest is back.
A new piece of equipment is set to help repairs at the tourist hot spot after it was ...
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A bushwalker was flown to hospital on Monday after two days lost near Cradle Mountain.