No - but that might not matter.
The US still uses floppies to control nuclear weapons because the old-school tech is harder to hack.
Microsoft is creating a dynamic list of stupid passwords that you're forbidden to use.
People are criticising providers for allowing live streaming of suicides and criminal activities.
On the surface of it, her driving was dreadful. But the reason only emerged after she was filmed and shamed.
Private details of more than 100 million members have been released online.
It can identify everything from great poker players to extroverts, pedophiles and criminals.
Google has teamed up with Levi's to develop a trucker jacket made specifically for commuting bikers.
The action camera maker has done a deal with Red Bull but the company faces several challenges.
"It's made such a difference for us and helped us to put technology in front of the children."
"Things can be traced, calls can be looked up, so this is one way of counteracting that."
A top of the South iwi is using an online video channel to connect with their members.
Microsoft's tactics come straight from the malware playbook, using deceptive pop-ups to trick people.
People have "critical blackouts" when taking selfies, leading to bad decisions and even death.
"OMG, Siri like the iPhone," should be engraved on my tombstone.
Omnity offers some glimmers of something new that make it worth taking notice.
A Wellington software development company wants to turn the ticketing industry on its head.
The company agonised over phone specs and pared back its product line-up.
The difference between webpage download times of 30Mbs and 100Mbs services is small.
Apple is on the top of its game but is being criticised for not innovating as much as its competitors.
If you're visiting Silicon Valley it's worth taking a quick history lesson to see where it all began.
Classical music has lagged behind in the digital revolution, but a new streaming service may change that.
Download speeds in New Zealand are nearly twice as fast as those in the United States.
One of the most successful stores in the history of retail is getting a major makeover.
Nearly a quarter of us watch internet television but now there are 'not enough hours in the day'.
Google is banning ads for "payday" lenders where repayment is due within 60 days.
Google's Daydream system could give more people a taste of VR but you'll need a new phone.
Education is going back to the future thanks to virtual reality.
Chances are the update announced this week won't arrive on your Android phone for some time - if ever.
Google said its Android mobile app store will run on Chrome OS for personal computers.