The day I leave my wallet at home and rely on my smartphone for buying things is not getting any closer.
The system works in a similar way to how Pandora's algorithm suggests music recommendations.
Shanti Korporaal has the power to wave through doors that the rest of us would need to open by key fob.
This simple rule to creating the right password will help keep you safe online.
Facebook's move to harvest data of WhatsApp users angers some of its billion users. If you're one, here's how to opt out.
The New Zealand eSports Federation reckons its time we started taking eSports seriously.
Te Marua residents are frustrated with their slow internet.
The female body has, from the beginning, been the catalyst for attempts to regulate what's on the web.
Few would deny he was the right man to take over after Steve Jobs, but an undisputed hit product has proved elusive.
An anaesthetist fears patient data may have been lost in a torrent of emails sent to his councillor wife.
Kiwis are surfing more with an increasing need for speed.
Instead of hugging Ashley on her 28th birthday, Tina Louden caressed the urn bearing her ashes and posted a message.
Be careful with your emotions and what you write about other people in emails, unless you want them broadcast to the world.
We all waste time on the internet, but this guy became an expert on it.
One bar has put up a Faraday cage while several shops have stopped offering free wi-fi.
Students have grown up in a wi-fi, smartphone, online collaboration world.
The history of the web includes some persistent myths and comically naive predictions.
It's scarily accurate how the social media site knows exactly what you're thinking about.
Software installed on individual computers is not cutting the mustard says third-largest internet provider.
You're not paranoid, you really are being followed more online.
The DuoSkin tattoos further blur the line between the human body and technology.
Regional council votes for free wi-fi at bus and train stops by next year.
A gorilla shot dead at a zoo is now an internet hero, with 60,000 people demanding Harambe to made a Pokemon.
Te Papa's million dollar innovation hub, Mahuki, will create new ways of digital story telling.
The common perception that young people are "better" at tech that older users is fast becoming an urban myth.
It will soon be possible to supercharge the human brain so that we can keep up with the machines.
A party is being held in honour of a Blenheim YouTube star who is battling a debilitating illness.
The new direction is one that champions less complexity in favour of length.
When being smart is saying goodbye to your smart phone.
Podcasts have been around for more than 10 years now, but in that time not much has changed.