People who use a tracking device can lose less weight than those undertaking standard weight loss techniques.
Microsoft is being criticised over users' apparent lack of control over their personal data.
It's the latest example of a Facebook-owned app building the tools popularised by its younger rival.
Hacking fear leads to German watchdog requesting My Friend Cayla dolls to be destroyed.
There are a couple of ways you can access these smartphone-centric social media sites on your laptop.
Technology allows mums to share breast milk, but the trading comes with a warning.
A new dating app called Hater matches people on account of their pet peeves as opposed to their passions.
You can now share lists of your favourite places with the Google Maps app.
Wellington technology company raises $37 million from investors, including celebrities, to fund new hologram app.
The Socratic app uses artificial intelligence technology to tackle English, science, maths and history.
Snapchat may prove to be more like Twitter: something that is adored by a slice of the population, but which fails to outgrow it.
From "sexting app" to possible $4.1 billion float on the US share market - the social network comes of age.
Getting your restricted is hard enough, so a young couple has devised a way to help young people pass with flying colours.
Petition launched against children's app which encourages users to give women nose jobs and eye lifts.
In China, some singles resort to hiring fake girlfriends and boyfriends to appease their parents.
The move is the latest step taken by Beijing to clean up its cyberspace.
An app that turns your photos into anime is raising security concerns over the data it collects from users.
You may be able to organise your nightly events and start to use the app to do your shopping.
The Godfather of ambient music has created a technological wonder that literally changes every time you listen to it.
Kerman Kohli's award-winning talents with technology landed him an invitation to intern at "the Amazon of Dubai".
InternetNZ identifies three 'secure' services people can use to stay in touch.
Alliance Group has launched a new app to help its farmers.
Users have fled Internet Explorer but instead of using Microsoft's new Edge browser, they've gone to Chrome.
Undeterred by Brexit, the tech company has announced its plans to launch its home base in London.
The app will notify you if Donald Trump tweets about a company you're invested in.
NZ firm, which helps McDonald's distribute vouchers to customer smartphones, has just upsized its deal.
Google has a new app to scan your old photos, and it's really good.
Fewer than 4 per cent of Kiwis have their skin checked annually, survey says.
It's easier than ever to see if your favourite swimming hole will make you sick.
The video feature isn't fully "hands-free", but it's a step up from Snapchat.