Auckland cloud-software firm VMob has scored a global deal with McDonald’s.
China cracks down on one of the few avenues its citizens and foreigners have to accessing the full internet.
Google chairman predicts the internet will soon be so ubiquitous it will "disappear" into the background.
OPINION: Trying to predict the future is always fun, but it will probably be defined by technologies we can't even imagine..
US President Barack Obama wants to support a secure, free and open internet, but the Republican-controlled Congress may thwart him.
The new roof that spans Margaret Court arena does more than keep out the weather.
OPINION: Microsoft had been slow to adapt to a new economic landscape but its latest move signals it can change.
The founder of the popular, if at times notorious, online message board 4chan announces his retirement as site's admin.
Forget the State of the Union: President Barack Obama has far more pressing media appearances this week.
In a bid to keep its customers, Microsoft will give away its upcoming Windows 10 operating system as a free upgrade to some users.
Microsoft has unveiled the first details of its Windows 10 operating system, which it says will span multiple devices.
Within an hour of being asked, Microsoft turned over data linked to the Charlie Hebdo probe to the FBI.
Facebook says its clamping down on "hoaxes" and fake news stories that can spread like wildfire among its 1.35bn members.
Company seeks a slice of the big data market via start-up that already has runs on the board.
German researchers have injected artificial intelligence into Nintendo's Mario so he can develop a personality and behaviour of his own.
Spark is giving customers a year's free access to Lightbox, but says the generous promotion is no indication the online TV service is failing to attract enough subscribers.
At least two charitable Kiwi websites have been hacked and defaced by a group calling themselves the 'Team Muslim Cyberforce'.
Reports says the only way to collect intelligence on security threats is to collect everyone's data.
Renaissance Brewing celebrate crowdfunding success with You Tube livestream to develop world's first 'crowd-brew' beer.
Lexus is using smart billboards that can tell what type of car you're driving to sell its new wheels.
The first rule of Zombie Robots Group at Taupaki Primary School is you don't talk about Zombie Robots Group.
A good book is all you ever used to need on the beach but data-use figures show we're still reaching for our cellphones even when we're on holiday.
A Taiwanese man has died after a three-day gaming binge at an internet cafe, the second such case this year.
Pepper the robot can already recognise people's emotions. Now it's being developed to chat with dementia patients.
Facebook's founder made a passionate defence of free speech this month, but a Tibetan dissident has a different experience with the social media platform.
Southern Cross cable says the subsea cable network will be able to be upgraded to carry a fifth more traffic.
Cricket New Zealand has beefed up its Blackcaps website to cope with an expected influx of 'hits' during the Cricket World Cup..
The price of Bitcoin has plunged below US$250 and appears to be in freefall, as sell orders dominate global exchanges and investors flee the cryptocurrency.
Digital consultancy claims small wireless sites built at a fraction of the cost of those erected by big companies would "solve the rural broadband problem forever".
Facebook to broadcast AMBER Alerts about missing children in the US.