Even by YouTube standards, the “fire challenge” hits new lows.
Film studios and other content creators should sue “mums and dads and students”, Malcolm Turnbull says.
Service to world's largest social network fully restored following outage that affected multiple countries.
John Key flatly denies suggestions NZ installed controversial spyware to collect data from the Southern Cross cable.
Eliot Slevin has created a website that generates playlists from any year you choose, all the way back to 1960.
Cyber criminals threaten to turn nation's dream of e-government into nightmare.
Biannual transparency report shows 46 per cent increase in government requests for user information.
Telecom's challenge to Sky includes anytime-streaming of new series like Masters of Sex and House of Cards.
Judge rules Microsoft must turn over customer's emails stored in a data centre in Ireland to the US government.
Nasa's Hubble Space Telescope finds most distant galaxy that acts like magnifying glasses.
Cybersecurity expert says attack on Canadian govt network similar to attacks mounted by elite Chinese army unit.
Internet.org project gives subscribers of Zambia phone company access to basic internet services for free.
Agency concedes it spied on those who were investigating the CIA's tactics and secret prisons.
A North Canterbury primary school has put a hold on its controversial microchip bracelet programme.
Kiwis behind The Mind Lab and Littlelot jetting off to Sir Richard Branson's Centre for Entrepreneurship.
European regulators preparing stern challenge to Google's mobile search practices.
No word yet on who new boss is or on the timing of a slated US$7 million capital raising.
Malcolm Turnbull suggests Australia's anti-piracy scheme be modelled on New Zealand's.
In contrast to one-person selfies, group shots are "more about the relationship, and less about you and your hair".
Internet privacy protection service discovers network compromise that indicated somebody monitoring users.
Former party candidate, who once told Judith Collins "kill yourself", says he is behind colincraig.co.nz.
Mark Zuckerberg may be changing his mind about what privacy means.
Chinese and British users of Windows Phones will get the voice-recognising app in latest update.
Law that would make it illegal for journalists to report on information from whistleblowers labelled as "draconian" and "chilling".
A North Canterbury school's plan to fit students with microchip bracelets to track their behaviour has prompted concern among parents.
Judge orders internet mogul to reveal his entire fortune to a collection of Hollywood music and film studios.
World's largest social network will shut its 2-year-old Gifts shop next month.
NZ police want Kim Dotcom's asset freeze to stay, regardless of the outcome of US court cases.
Liam Martin's hashtag becomes one of the most popular in the world.
Satirical website refuses to say who is behind parody of Conservative Party leader Colin Craig.