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.
Cat photos. They seem so cute and fun to share online - until they give up your personal information.
Reality TV-star Kim Kardashian denies reports her smartphone app was programmed to include racist messages.
Company giving 1 million users early access to a beta version of its new OS X Yosemite.
The Labour Party is promising three contestable funds costing $21.1 million over four years to improve broadband connectivity.
Microblog admits it has been hiring too many white and Asian men.
Two new social networks pay users for posts that attract traffic and advertisers.
Dropping by Twitter HQ, former secretary of state singles out non-profit for applause.
Search engine in court again to defend their privacy policies.
China tightens rigorous internet controls by going after "rumourmongers" and "slanderous content".
Google must face a class action lawsuit about in-app purchases, judge rules.
Yahoo is helping Japanese people send emails to loved ones from beyond the grave.
New Zealand's top mobile payments boss is disappointed Westpac has jumped the gun with its own "digital wallet".
Movie and music studios seeking full disclosure of Kim Dotcom's assets to show he is still living extravagantly.
Earnings more than double as new episodes from hit series help Netflix surpass 50 million subscribers worldwide.
Society is at both its best and worst side via apps which anonymously broadcast thoughts to strangers.
Black Hat talk on how to identify users of the internet privacy service withdrawn from security conference.
Case of mother accused of poisoning her 5-year-old son to death appears be an example of how social media feeds into Munchausen by proxy.
ID numbers issued to cut red tape and promote e-commerce.
The Government has reported mixed results in its drive to make it easier for people to deal with the public service.
A simple rule can help strengthen the internet's weakest link, writes Hayden Walles.
US companies, consumer advocates and citizens submit more than 1 million comments on net neutrality.
A federal judge in New York has granted prosecutors access to a Gmail user's emails as part of a criminal probe.