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.
Once called 'death by slides', PowerPoint is still a vital asset.
Advertising has become a 'key revenue generator' for weather forecaster, but not everyone is satisfied.
Dropit reverse auction goes live during Major League Baseball pre-season.
Apple's new Search Ads now available for developers but won't show up on the App Store until next week.
Messenger will now have a tab highlighting businesses that people can connect with.
The new feature involves lenses that change not people, but the environment around them.
Analysts wonder how long Netflix will be able to hold the line on price as its programming costs rise.
An app helping young children learn Maori has already been downloaded 7000 times.
Microsoft has finally put down Windows Vista, its troublesome operating system that was released over a decade ago.
Apple apparently thinks users of its iPhone are so sensitive that it needs to shield them from a news app.
Restricting the newest albums could encourage more people to pirate music.
Google hoped YouTube could identify the difference between a film star waving a gun and an extremist.
Google’s software has overtaken Windows as the internet’s most used operating system.
Eight-year-old twins Amelie and Finn Barker create a modern take on naughts and crosses now available from app stores.
Major banks in Australia have been denied the all-clear to team up and fight Apple Pay.
Microsoft is trying to foster a creative streak within the Windows community with its free update that starts April 11.
Smartphone app designed to help hazardous drinkers receives $180k of taxpayer funding.
The company found one of the most used phrases on the app was, "How far away are you?"
Clips lets customers take videos and add animated captions and titles, complete with colourful emojis.
Google wants to make it easier for you to find answers and recommendations on smartphones.
New Instagram policy will see controversial photos blurred to promote "a safe environment" for users.
THE GREEN ISSUE: Boaties cruising the Sounds can access vast quantities of information on a new app - without reception.
As if willing it into reality, tech writers keep saying teens don't use Facebook. It simply isn't true.
Google will be releasing location-sharing functionality that allows users to share their locations with friends.
Justin Bieber had just finished touring, Charlie had just gone online. The professional predator struck.
Kiwis looking for love on Tinder increasingly find themselves fooled by sophisticated scam robots.
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