Spiders can sail across water like ships, using their legs as sails and their silk as an anchor. It's the kind of discovery that makes arachnophobes quiver.
Liam Mannix At least one million Australians, or one in 13 internet users, don't see advertising on the web thanks to the use of ad blocking technology, a fast-growing trend soon likely to cause havoc for the online publishing industry.
Bridie Smith Science Editor You wouldn't know it to look at him but this shark is model material. Sure, he's not what you'd call classically good looking - his eyes are small and his teeth far from impressive. But he's a basking shark. And southern hemisphere scientists don't see many of them.
Hannah Francis Insider describes ongoing system failures around tax-time as 'farcical', while taxpayers pillory the office on social media.
Tim Biggs Did you notice that Facebook introduced a brand new logo? Be honest.
Hannah Francis It wants to be your newspaper, your dream weaver, your saviour. Now Mark Zuckerberg is talking telepathy.
Tim Biggs Google has issued an apology after a man took to Twitter to show the company's new photo app had added photos of his dark-skinned friend to an album tagged "gorillas".
Bridie Smith Science Editor A study looking at the feeding behaviour of Australian fur seals in Bass Strait has found the animals benefit from the shipwrecks, pipelines and cables in their underwater world.
Scott Hannaford Increasing temperatures are turning the world's male lizards into a pack of girls - literally.
Scott Hannaford Ridesharing service Uber says it can be the missing link for Canberra's proposed light rail line.