Of all the personal information people tend to give out willy-nilly on the internet, birthdate is perhaps the most ubiquitous.
A major survey showed 33 per cent of people not made any voice calls in the past week.
OPINION: Forget Facebook - neighbour networking apps are the future.
Yahoo confirms the account information of half a billion people was stolen in what's being called the 'biggest breach ever'.
It can be shockingly nasty, but can online shaming also get men to give up their train seats?
If you're stopped by police in your self-driving vehicle, would you need to show a driver's licence? This is not a riddle.
Yes, that means you can use Siri on your Macbook.
Vinyl sounds better and is more satisfying to play.
Have trouble sorting all the photos on your smartphone?
Whenever we meet somebody new, it's almost expected there'll be a Facebook friend request waiting for us by the time we get home.
Pop mix CD specialists Now That's What I Call Music quietly enter global streaming market.
The project has been described as a "Great British Firewall'' - a reference to China's vast internet censorship system.
Rayouf Alhumedhi is the lead author on a new proposal for a hijab emoji to the Unicode Consortium.
Design, like art, imitates life - and in life, we like the colour blue best.
A man posted a photograph of a naked woman online to try force her to meet him.
There are two key ingredients for great travel photos - lighting and storytelling.
Bank customers are demanding Apple Pay in New Zealand.
Data caps should be declared illegal and every home granted unlimited downloads
The 2016 World Chess Championship are set to be broadcast live in 360-degree virtual reality.
A small gesture to help spread happiness has become an online sensation.
A man used social media to try coerce six young women into providing him with sexual images and movies.
Why do thousands of people spend time watching livestreams of puddles and intersections?
Smartphones may be an essential part of our lives nowadays, but there are many misconceptions about how they affect us.
Google has created a system for machine-generated speech that it says outperforms existing technology by 50 percent.
Of all the economic questions being debated today, the most frightening one is "Will the robots take our jobs?"
Should you fork over $1199 or more to upgrade to the new iPhone?
Holding your phone in your right hand instead of your left could boost its signal.
Apple may not become an automaker, but it still wants to develop its own self-driving technology.
As children navigate the world of devices, online games and social media, parents are trying to buckle down in every way possible.
Ever wondered which rechargeable batteries are the best and how long until you'll need to replace them?