BlackBerry Ltd is working with Boeing Co on Boeing's high-security Android-based smartphone.
The world's most notorious file-sharing site was recently shut down. But that's not where it ends.
A research project into how children think when they use iPads has been given a funding boost.
If 2013 was "the year of the viral hoax," what then should we call 2014 - a year slightly older, slightly wiser, and even more full of moronic shenanigans?
Now that the International Space Station has a 3-D printer, engineers can design tools on the ground then beam them to space.
So much has happened since hackers broke in, it's hard to keep up
Crowdfunders on the hunt for that elusive email: Someone on the Kickstarter team loves your project.
Silicon Valley's biggest brains think Kiwi entrepreneurs are quickly catching up to them.
As part of a partnership with PlayStation, TV streaming service Lightbox is now available on console.
Vodafone held talks with Hawaiki Cable about its new Pacific communications cable, CEO says.
US investigators again saying North Korea behind cyber attack on Sony's Hollywood studio.
After weeks of bad press, ride-sharing service introduces new driver screening methods using "scientific analysis".
Police still pledge to take extra precautions after Sony hackers' threat to The Interview premiere is dismissed by Homeland Security.
Industry groups give a cautious thumbs-up to speculation that Spark and Vodafone will lay a new fibre-optic cable.
Taxi service claims only some of its employees have access to its real-time aerial view of its cars.
Kiwis want to know how to draw but seem to have a good handle on twerking.
Spark and Vodafone appear set to confirm their investment in a new cable linking NZ and Australia.
OPINION: With Netflix coming we now have many of the industry leaders in disruptive technology operating here.
Hackers claiming to be Anonymous post alleged NZ police officers' email passwords.
Studio tells news outlets not to publish details of company files leaked by hackers.
Telco agrees to retail gigabit-speed ultrafast broadband plans in Dunedin.
Dutch watchdog threatens Google with hefty fine if it does not stop violating privacy of users.
Bid to erase Innocence of Muslims from the internet is making "Swiss cheese" of US copyright law.
Group claiming links to Anonymous appear to leak login details of Swedish government accounts.
Taxi and private hire car app charged more than four times the usual rate while Sydney was in lockdown.
Capital firms lead the way in making the most of the internet, followed by the Bay of Plenty.
How internet felines kickstarted the Arab Spring and why Kim Kardashian wishes she was a cat.
There's not so much homework being done these days and it seems it might be the internet's fault.
Almost half of us unable to resist the urge to take laptops and other electronic devices into bed with us - setting ourselves up for a bad night's sleep.
Two Auckland blokes watching the same movie every week and talking nonsense is spearheading a new wave of podcasts.