YouTube's Red subscription service began a big push for subscriptions this week.
PayPal is refusing to process payments from at least one virtual private network provider.
Having a smartphone is like carrying a casino in your pocket, but there are ways to curb your addiction.
Google is giving away free storage in honour of Safer Internet Day.
As long as you've got the right camera, creating these new style of videos is easy.
OPINION: Your online pals might not be your "true" friends... and that's OK. So stop with the friendship "tests".
Digital etiquette is an evolving world so if you do use someone else's device, tread carefully.
Wired readers will have choice: pay for an ad-free version of the site, or go away.
He thought his wife's fitness tracker was broken. It wasn't - it just knew something they didn't.
India has banned the social network from offering a controversial service known as Free Basics.
A fuel-cell powered phone could be on the market in two years if everything goes to plan.
Ask Cat feels different from a traditional advice column, and it's not just the tacky GIFs.
Lawyers believe Apple is forcing users to use their repair services or face "error 53".
An international policing organisation is getting a little bit of help from the Waikato.
For those who didn't know, Thursday was "Friends Day".
Bystanders could be breaching someone's privacy by sharing crash photos on social media.
The new logo could've been a photo of an adorable puppy and people would still hate it.
A movie lets you bring together images and footage to watch over (and over) again.
Google's internet search chief is stepping down.
A man frustrated with his download speeds set up a Twitter bot that tweets every time his internet slows down.
A university student was fined after renting out his dorm room on Airbnb.
Microsoft is buying SwiftKey, one of the most popular alternative keyboards on iOS and Android.
The goal is to fill the talent gap in the technology workforce by connecting trainees and employers.
Sky Go's outage was still affecting subscribers as the Black Caps kicked off against Australia.
Nicole Madison Lovell found something we all wanted when we were 13: an audience. And Nicole did not survive.
It seems Kiwi telco companies are not that good at picking up the phone.
Weta Workshop and Google to work together to take digital world beyond smartphones.
OPINION: Netflix has said little about the security implications of forcing people to turn off VPNs.
The popular Facebook group "Teen Dating and Flirting" looks like a something straight out of a parental nightmare.
The Dutch National Police plan to use eagles to bring down rogue drones.