Spare a thought for the males of the rainforest tree that can no longer spread their seed. Without help, the hairy quandong faces a barren future.
The federal government will attempt to put the debate over data retention and metadata to bed with a policy paper likely to be issued as early as Friday.
Young train enthusiasts are reinventing the hobby of rail watching - and making some decent pocket money - online.
Three unusual puzzle designs join Pokemon-like monster-catching Micromon and a sobering not-so-fun look at mental illness with Depression Quest.
Two shiny and very different re-releases join first-person shooting for your phone, plus indie party game Mount Your Friends and robot society simulator Kairobotica.
A pair of AAA mobile releases join a creative fantasy rogue-like, an old-school shooter and a puzzle with mice.
Beer and computer programming are often seen as male-dominated industries, but two young women are breaking the stereotype by creating the official app for New Zealand's Beervana.
In a non-descript office building in Ultimo, on a floor that the elevator doesn't quite reach, two brothers put the finishing touches on their newest game.
Mysterious patent for device that would track player's viewpoint to create 3D images on any display, but could also possibly emit scented and temperature-controlled air, gives indication of where Nintendo thinks immersive gaming technology is headed.
Canberra's parking inspectors continue to draw the ire of drivers using a new smartphone application, with one going to extraordinary efforts to avoid fines.