Kiwi technology Slingshot and Orcon use to help customers access geo-blocked services is itself going global.
American internet activists have declared victory over the nation's big ISPs.
Maori trust surrenders more than a quarter of its shareholding to US investor Trilogy International.
Critics talk about Obama's net neutrality plan like it's a govt takeover of everyone's Netflix account.
Hackers that stole banking info by hijacking more than 3m computers worldwide hit by European counter-op.
Dutch firm admits the NSA and GCHQ probably did break into its system to steal codes for billions of users' phones.
Telco says a hardware failure brought down its mobile network this afternoon.
FBI shines a torch on intelligence linking cyber attacks to countries' political motivations.
Four charities will get a free technology overhaul this weekend from 30 volunteers.
iOS 8.3, will bring 300 new emojis along with a handful of other features.
Posturing over the price Chorus should be allowed to charge for its copper phone lines.
Big money at stake in the argument over what Chorus can charge for its copper phone lines.
Agency head plans major expansion of the CIA's cyber espionage capabilities.
Call for urgent steps to be taken following allegations US and British spies hacked into major SIM card maker.
Is Superfish an internet pioneer or a computer-user's privacy nightmare?
After nominations were announced, worldwide downloads of Academy Award-nominated films skyrocketed 385 per cent.
There's no doubt the Black Caps are popular online right now - but the team still can't quite compete with pop star Lady Gaga.
Britain spy agency hacked into Dutch networks to steal codes to eavesdrop on cellphones worldwide.
World's biggest PC-maker says it pre-installed ad software to 'help' consumers not spy on them.
Long-awaited paid monthly subscription service called YouTube Music Key to go live in a few months.
Wellington start-up Banqer is “pleasantly surprised” to have won this year’s BNZ Start-up Alley competition.
Netflix won't be cracking down on Kiwis who accessed the US Netflix through a virtual private network.
US cab company ditches its brand in another sign of how technology is changing the way people get a ride.
WelTec students devise a smartphone app to help the visually impaired get information on their surroundings.
Getting health information online, through text and by email is the "way of the future", says a Blenheim GP.
Palmerston North council may use RFID tags to prevent more than 300 recycling bins a year going missing.
Goggle and Facebook have sent executives from the US to join the audience of Webstock, Wellington's technology conference with a soul.
Public sector bosses often keep technical people out of the room when meeting politicians, PSA secretary says.
Venting online is therapeutic release that comes with a sense of validation.
Analyst has his integrity and evidence attacked in case between ISPs and Dallas Buyers Club rights owners.