Friday is National Bike to Work Day, but this year it's a bit different.
It's the first year the U.S. will celebrate the two-wheeled holiday since the inundation of bike-share companies, with dockless bicycle fleets landing in cities across
Maybe Australians haven't noticed, but the little blue marker showing where you are in Google Maps, or even Apple Maps, isn't as accurate as it could be.
It's why Australia is spending over A$260 million (US$193 million) to invest in satellite
Australia's Great Barrier Reef will never be the same following the devastating marine heat wave that hit it between 2015 and 2016, according to a new study published Wednesday.
The new research found that the northern third of the reef
Civil servants in Australia can criticise the country's government on Twitter, so long as they do it under a fake name and outside of work.
That's the latest result in the case of a former employee of Australia's immigration department, Michaela
Usually the sear of Australia's summer heat would've subsided by now, as winter approaches.
Instead, the country is experiencing an unseasonably warm April so far, prompting Australia's Bureau of Meteorology to explain the unusual event.
Californian burger chain In-N-Out has no presence in Australia. Or anywhere much further than the U.S. west coast and Texas, really.
That hasn't stopped In-N-Out from suing Sydney-based restaurant Down N' Out, which opened in 2016 and served
Spider crabs usually keep to themselves, but one underwater scuttler was more curious than most.
Filmed by Melbourne marine photographer PT Hirschfield, who uploads to YouTube under the moniker Pink Tank Scuba, a new video shows a cast of spider
Facebook might be getting a "booting" Down Under.
The Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (OAIC) announced on Thursday it would open a formal investigation into the social media giant to see if it has breached Australia's privacy laws
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If you live in Japan, Guam, or Australia, your internet may be about to get faster.
Google has announced that it has invested in a new undersea cable: the Japan-Guam-Australia (JGA) Cable System.
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