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.
More email translates to less productivity as workers spend more time weeding their inboxes.
The fact is, big companies use customers as unwitting guinea pigs all the time - online and in the real world.
Ability to send and receive messages using Android or iOS app to be removed; users are not happy.
Internet portal govt.nz, which is designed to provide a front door to public sector services, gets an overhaul.
Controversial car travel app Uber is eyeing the Wellington market but the taxi federation says it is illegal under NZ law.
Black cats don't photograph well, and that's why they're being abandoned, Britain's RSPCA says.
Report shows gradual decline in the proportion of students enrolled in science-related subjects.
Sony plans to reposition the console warhorse as a hub for a network of streamed services.
Chinese regulators launch an investigation into Microsoft.
Telecom appears ready to take the lid off its online television service, which had been tipped to launch this month.
OkCupid regularly mismatches users to test its technology, much like a Facebook psychological study.
Supporters of Venezuela's late socialist leader unveil a novel way of keeping his memory alive.
Dunedin communities hot under the collar over being denied access to ultra-fast rural broadband.
Too many parents falsely believe they are the technology leaders in their family.
Twitter users' analysis ends up with Buzzfeed confirming at least 41 instances of plagiarism.
Sites hosting pirated material to be blocked under proposals by Abbott govt.
EU undecided on how to force search engines to scrub results globally.
Blayne Slabbert offers some tips on organising your digital life.
Inland Revenue wants input from technology industry on its $1.5b business transformation programme.
Just because Community is going to Yahoo doesn't mean it's in for a lot of changes, creator Dan Harmon says.
Regulators quiz search engine over decision to restrict removal of links to European sites only.
CEO Satya Nadella says agility is more important than scale.
Mindscape says its Raygun error reporting tool has alerted customers to a billion software errors since its launch.
EU antitrust watchdog stepping up investigations of Google's practices on several fronts.
Government hits back at Labour criticism of its broadband policy.