Friday is International Sauvignon Blanc Day and social media streams will be flowing with wine.
Picture an ant. It's fuzzy, black and small, and capable of carrying up to 50 times its own body weight.
David Hopkins shares the rules he developed when he bought his daughter a smartphone.
Some university professors don't let students use computers during lectures.
Would you like an extra 15 per cent to 20 per cent more battery life on your smartphone?
Netflix has found that its viewers spend only 1.8 seconds considering whether to watch a show.
Microsoft's Internet Explorer is no longer king of the browser hill.
I wouldn't classify myself as a Luddite, far from it. But I'm not the most disciplined technology user.
The flaw was found by a 10-year-old who plans to spend the reward money on a new bike.
ACC claims show that smartphone-related accidents are on the rise in New Zealand.
Businesses need to be prudent as global cybercrime becomes more sophisticated, warns an IT security agency ahead of the first Government Cyber Security Summit.
The 5G rollout represents the biggest expansion of the internet to date.
The "internet erasure" may foretell the release of Radiohead's long-anticipated ninth album.
Headset-mounted laser beams aimed at eyeballs will turn your peepers into a mouse.
Apple needs another Steve Jobs to reinvent itself otherwise it will join the ranks of HP and Compaq.
You've heard of the internet of things. But what about computers that aren't things at all?
Gloom may be settling over the computer industry but Samsung is expected to cope better than most.
The median monthly base salary for an intern at some of the big tech companies is $9800.
Is an online lothario, once dubbed the "modern Artful Dodger", up to his old tricks?
Twitter message to the world's airlines mostly filled with gratitude.
This is the police, you've been blocked for watching porn, the message claims. But the police say don't fall for it.
The two boys went missing on a fishing trip. Eight months later an iPhone was discovered.
Scientists trying to divine the fundamental nature of the universe have made their data available to anyone.
The FBI will not disclose how a third party hacked the iPhone of a shooter.
This real-time video of a sinking Titanic was made to promoted an upcoming video game.
The personal data of 1.1 million users of BeautifulPeople.com is being sold by data traders.
Automated systems watch skies as airports can't find enough air traffic controllers.
Can you sign off an email with 'xx'? Are you being too formal? It all depends on what your job is.
Wellington-based med-tech company, Volpara Health Technologies, is listing on the Australian stock exchange to further its global growth.