A combination of characters sent as a message is crashing and freezing iPhones.
She didn't know her victim, but called man with rare disorder a retard and threatened to slit his throat.
Most people are still using silly, hackable passwords despite increased warnings about digital security.
The Facebook boss is involved in a trial examining the company's purchase of Oculus Rift.
A new app can re-train your brain to avoid fatty and sugary foods, and pick healthy ones instead.
This is approximately the 400th attempt by Apple to become a significant entertainment company.
Researchers have successfully copied fingerprint data from a digital picture of a person flashing a two-fingered "V".
They got engaged thanks to Twitter and an Irish comedian, and now a Dunedin couple has taken their social media love a step further.
"Every morning I send a KTS to people on my streak list."
Parris Goebel will help aspiring directors to make a new music video for Elton John's hit Bennie and the Jets.
In a few years, we may well look back on the present as a golden era for tech titans.
Phones are increasingly targeted by cyber criminals as more people use them for online shopping.
Mark Zuckerberg should grow up and accept some responsibility for the very divisions in society he wails about.
The smart, central voice assistant has emerged as the keystone of the tech world.
Norway is set to become the first nation to start switching off its FM radio network next week.
Samsung acknowledges its Note7 debacle, while unveiling a raft of new devices.
2016 was a year of dating don'ts. So how will those negative trends affect online dating this year?
It is much easier to perceive the jobs that may be lost than to imagine the ones that will be created.
This year you'll have wi-fi on some Air NZ flights, talking tech and lots of hype over the 10th anniversary of the iPhone.
Now that you've purchased and gifted those cool gadgets for Christmas, it's time to stop those devices from following you.
It appears we are in a bit of a lull when it comes to exciting pieces of technology.
When we're on holiday we use smartphones differently and that can lead to unpleasant surprises when the bill arrives.
Humans won't be displaced by artificial intelligence as long as they have the courage to do new things.
OPINION: Joe Bennett finds out the hard way that you can't replace a "flip-open" cellphone.
Do parents really have the right to make family photos public? And if so, which ones?
Digital savvy children are using social media to lull parents into a false sense of security about their whereabouts, say police.
Amazon's streaming service is the latest to hit NZ How does it compare to the other offerings?
Nokia is accusing the iPhone maker of violating 32 technology patents.
The veteran actor will be the voice behind Mark Zuckerberg's homemade artificial intelligence assistant Jarvis.