Tech news blog Re/code gets new owner just 18 months after spinning off from The Wall Street Journal.
If your Gmail has the same features it did when you first signed up, you could be missing out.
OPINION: If you ever take a video in portrait mode don't be too surprised if you get tapped on the shoulder and told off by a film-loving passerby.
The 10-year-old site provides a stage for exhibitionists, narcissists and activists to broadcast opinions, talents, interests, and of course, cats.
New technology is making it "virtually impossible" to tell genuine drivers licences and ID card from forged ones.
Google has been a tech industry leader for years, but now it's jostling for position with firms that have an eye on apps.
The NSA is closing a program to collect phone metadata following the Senate's failure to pass Patriot Act extension.
NSA begins winding down its collection and storage of American phone records after the Senate failed to agree on a path forward.
OPINION: Each time you use "free" online platforms like Gmail somebody's laughing all the way to the bank through the sale of your data.
Southern Cross' international traffic was diverted after a cable cut.
The wedding photography business continually pushing the limits, with photographers employing GoPro, drone and time-lapse technology.
OPINION: All my life, I had sought and conquered the latest gadgets. But then one day, I didn't care anymore.
Having slow broadband speed is as frustrating as watching an All Blacks game in slow motion.
Spotify will soon be providing video content from musicians, news organisations and TV networks.
Research indicates stricter rules around phone use in schools may improve test scores.
Face of Dunedin's successful Gigatown campaign welcomes debate over ultrafast broadband.
The internet is huge, right? But in physical terms, if I printed the whole thing out, I'd have .... how many pieces of paper?
Not only does the Secret Service monitor Twitter, but the White House is archiving each and every thing @POTUS tweeters say.
Do you know your smiley face from your winker? Find out how emoji-friendly you really are.
"Coffee, tea or wi-fi?" That's becoming an increasingly commonplace question on flights.
OPINION: New Zealand's internet speeds are nothing compared to speed kings South Korea, but we're not exactly North Korea either.
OPINION: David Rutherford asks will our mountains “ever be” freedom of expression’s ramparts on the sea?
Most technological breakthroughs take a while to reveal their dark side.
Almost 200,000 Kiwis have had their identities compromised in the past year, as cyber attacks continue to rise.
Commercial airliner's course changed after hacker took control of entertainment system, FBI says.
All NZ police must now be trained in fighting cyber-crime by 2017.
A new test measuring internet streaming speeds in New Zealand puts Spark and Snap on the top.
A Wainuiomata student firm is selling camera gadgets made on a classroom 3D printer.
Shoot enough photos and videos, and your phone will eventually fill up. But online services can help.
Speech technology might be an important development of the future