InternetNZ says customers on capped broadband plans may want to check a setting used to distribute Microsoft updates.
Search giant may be fined for failing to apply the 'right to be forgotten' ruling outside Europe.
Russian hackers penetrated high-profile US defence industry by combining Twitter with data hidden in seemingly benign pics.
Paranoia creeps in that the "Internet of Things" can turn anything into a secret wiretap.
Computer coding could sit alongside reading, writing and arithmetic under Labour plan.
Staff at a Sydney gay bar seeking to update Google Maps were told that Google did not support gay bars.
New Horizons mission shows the public is still fascinated by space as Nasa pleads to expand space exploration.
Kiwi lawyer warns people looking for love online are at growing risk from smugglers.
Porirua's cbd could have a new fast and free public wi-fi service by the end of the year.
A man who tried to take a selfie with a snake, ended up in hospital and now faces a US$153,000 medical bill.
OPINION: If tough hacking laws were around 20 years ago, it might have stopped Google or Apple's gadget innovation from ever happening.
No other candidate running for the American presidency is leveraging technology as successfully as Bernie Sanders.
Was 1995's The Net prescient or a load of old (Sandra) Bullocks?
The last ever version of Windows will be free to more than two million Kiwi personal computers this week.
'It's Beatlemania with Selfie Sticks' as YouTube stars together with 21,000 fans.
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A Waikato astronomer is excited about developments in the search for extraterrestrial intelligent life.
Kiwis have another television streaming service to watch after Yahoo announced it's service on Thursday.
Microsoft pledges to remove links to photos and videos from Bing results in Bing, OneDrive or Xbox Live.
Widespread hacks on cars are destined to come. It's just a question of when the right hacking skills end up in the hands of people with the sufficient motives.
Walking around a home that doesn't exist sounds like something from a sci-fi film, but a new business has made it possible.
In another sign that Apple might get into the auto business, the US tech giant has quietly hired a former senior executive from Chrysler.
There's a growing community of artists and illustrators paying their rent in GIFs.
After posting in a forum, a man was hit with false rape claims, vandalism and threats.
Two different robots that cost less than NZ$1500 and are meant to be "one of the family" will go on sale early next year.
Hackers seize control of Jeep using a laptop and a phone.
Hacked extramarital dating site used by thousands of Kiwis attempts to reassure users.
At least that's what a study of men and women playing video games together has found.
A map of the world's biggest sources for and targets of cyberattacks resembles a Matthew Broderick film.
Television shows have always had trouble portraying technology, with many efforts the subject of mockery.