Facebook users are offended by things they didn't used to be.
Even with just 62 'friends', this 99-year-old still gets fed up with some of the stuff other people 'like'.
Broadband use skyrockets in Marlborough on back of streaming and online gaming.
Facebook founder tells millennials: "It's time for our generation-defining public works. Let's do big things."
Mining data from online transactions, the tech giant may soon grow its share of advertising dollars.
More than 100 internal policies governing what Facebook allows you to see - and what they censor - have been leaked.
The probability of a cyber attack is certain. What can businesses do?
It's supposed to help young people connect with each other. It may actually be doing the opposite.
Google believe their improved artificial intelligence cuts out the middle man, better known as your conscience.
A Marton mother unable to afford a computer for her children has had her life changed.
Digital consultant says businesses must be digital savvy, or they'll die.
The victims are across 150 countries, and could grow in number when people return to work.
He's 22 and lives with his parents in England but Marcus Hutchins may just have saved the world's computer systems.
New Zealand is on watch as cyberattack hits 100 countries, including us.
New Zealand's spy agencies are monitoring a massive global cyber attack, but there are no reports of it reaching NZ.
CCTV cameras have been compromised in Kiwis' homes and businesses, making their private lives visible for all the world to see.
While it's the parent's job to protect their children, kids tend to know more about tech than mum and dad.
Among major publishers, e-book sales have plateaued or even begun to decline.
When people click on a new message, the first thing many read isn't the body, it's the "to" field.
Thirteen years ago, Bill Gates predicted the death of the password, but they're as pervasive as ever.
OPINION: In the past few weeks, two top tech companies have said smartphones will soon be obsolete.
A breakdown of the scariest media and tech rumours, along with some advice for parents.
The army of Pokemon's flagship mascot has been marching through the internet for years.
OPINION: Tech companies should not be required to install backdoors in their apps for law enforcement agencies.
As we add more cordless, rechargeable stuff to our lives, the more cords there are when it's time to charge them.
The world is only going to become more reliant on technology - why not embrace it?
Will art remain humanity's last line of defence against the rise of the all-knowing algorithms?
Don't expect entries on Tiananmen Square or Falun Gong to come up in your searches, either.
Connecting to the internet today seems effortless, but when John Houlker connected NZ in 1989, it was hair raising.
Imagine a world with no Facebook, no WhatsApp, no Instagram, no Snapchat and no emails.