Snapchat users, brace yourself for pizza selfies and election campaigning.
Nevermind Snapper and Hop. Sweden has the answer, a futuristic hand implant.
A new iPhone app aims to track and predict mood episodes through keystrokes.
This sequel aims to take the calm and abstract shapes and ruins of the first title and inject even more emotional depth.
OPINION: If a guy shouted sexually explicit things at a woman in a bar, you'd be appalled. So why's it different if it's online?
Apple is giving its digital store for apps the most significant overhaul in its nine-year history.
Apple's smart speaker, the HomePod, has been announced though Kiwis will have to wait a while to buy it.
Violent cartoons designed to appeal to children are "troubling and disturbing", Auckland mother says.
These girls are creating apps to help you in a disaster, with mental health issues and to link restaurants with those in poverty.
A new tourism app designed around southern hospitality is to be initially launched free to Kaikoura businesses.
Companies are giving consumers more ways to search just by taking a photo with your smartphone camera.
If you use Google's Gmail app, you may have seen something new pop up on your screen this week: suggested responses for your emails.
Choosing a name is as easy as finding a date.
Google ramps up their AI with the ability to identify images and locations through the phone's camera.
Company hikes prices after drivers complained short-distance rides don't make enough money.
Instagram has souped up its camera with quirky face-tracking filters, adding another feature similar to Snapchat.
OPINION: A new app that text messages dads shows how low the bar for fatherhood is set.
A man has thanked Siri for saving his life after he was injured in an explosion.
Facebook has been bent on copying Snapchat ever since it tried unsuccessfully tried to buy the app.
The company has aggressively pushed Windows 10, encouraging customers to take advantage of a free update.
You can rest easy (or at least more easily) if you've got the right app.
Software scandal heaps pressure on company already struggling with business and legal road blocks.
Nearly 2 billion people now use Facebook, and it's benefiting from big gains in digital ad spending.
The popular messaging service is getting back to business after a global outage.
Internet users are being spammed with malicious invitations to log on to their Google accounts.
At this point Windows 10 S sounds a lot like the ill-fated Windows RT.
Twitter and Bloomberg Media to create a service streaming news produced solely for Twitter.
Ever seen your kids lip-sync in front of their smartphone? It's a good chance they're on Musical.ly.
A new app that alters selfies has been criticised for lightening skin while in "hot mode"
Apple chief executive Tim Cook threatened to kick Uber out of the powerful Apple App store.