Two Canadian teens playing Pokemon Go accidentally cross border into US.
The in-car gadget charger and app which remembers where you parked.
When was the last time you sat down to a meal and ... ate it? Without take a photo first?
'Garage sale' page on Facebook attracts bizarre and sometimes illegal listings.
We're about fifth in the world for data usage. But which areas are leading the pack?
My rule for online engagement? Only respond to people whose opinions I value.
It's home to a spy base, but Waihopai residents have patchy broadband, no cell coverage and weather-dependent landlines.
It's not to cause trouble, but to find weak spots.
Mall security robot knocks down boy, breaking Asimov's first law of robotics - not to harm humans.
Frustrated property owners want their locations in the fictional Poke-verse removed.
As social media becomes an archive, we choose to post what we want to recall.
OPINION: Chat bots are taking over messaging apps, and they could prove to be the new nirvana for advertisers.
In an engineer-driven company ruled by algorithms and metrics, the Amazon book editors are rare birds.
Are you constantly plagued by warnings that your phone is running out of storage?
The government accidently shut off the internet as it moved to block social media so students can concentrate on exams.
If you hadn't heard of augmented reality before this week, you're forgiven, but Pokémon Go is putting it on almost everyone's radar.
When we meet people out and about while camping a Pokéstop or hunting a Pikachu, we are playing with them. It's a beautiful thing.
Grabbing hold of controllers that traverse the real and virtual worlds is the strangest feeling.
They wanted Google Maps' Street View, but instead of waiting they made their own maps using sheep.
Rattata in Red Beach, Onix in Orewa - even the suburbs aren't immune from the Pokemon outbreak.
Game's popularity is spilling unintended consequences into everyday life.
Gamers are planning a 4-hour session on Saturday, hoping to catch a Pikachu or Jigglypuff.
A self-confessed computer phobic has switched on to the information super highway to help give his grandsons a better life.
A new children's show at ASB Theatre Marlborough is geared towards getting kids to switch off their digital devices and use their imaginations.
Despite all the cool tricks our smartphones can do, we still treat phone calls like we did last century.
Wildly popular game Pokemon Go about to surpass Twitter in daily active users.
Critics say the lack of regulation of live streaming could lead to "a kind of voyeurism and click-bait journalism".
A Blenheim social media expert says acting quickly and taking conversations offline is the key to preventing negative online feedback from spiraling out of control.
"One lady told me she was going to set my house on fire. It was really, really bizarre."
Digital technology will be written into the curriculum - but not straight away.