A Seoul court rejected Samsung's claim that iPhone and iPad models violated three of its patents.
PAUL CARSTEN AND ADAM ROSE | WeChat's explosive growth means it is attracting more scrutiny than ever from Chinese authorities.
MATT RILKOFF | Two Kiwi businesses hit by an aggressive virus encrypting their files and demanding a ransom.
CHRIS GARDNER | Doctor Who will soon be landing his Tardis all over New Zealand.
TOM PULLAR-STRECKER | A hardware fault at a Yahoo datacentre has prevented some YahooXtra customers from accessing their emails since Tuesday.
DON THOMPSON | A San Diego man has been charged with operating a website that let people anonymously post explicit photos used to extort money.
Germany's chief federal prosecutor hasn't decided whether to open an investigation into NSA surveillance.
Photo-sharing service has raised another NZ$60 million, says US Securities and Exchange Commission.
MARIO AGUILAR | Previously users had to be paid subscribers to get mobile access to the music streaming service.
JENNIFER SABA AND MIA SHANLEY | Online music-streaming service launches free music service for smart phones and tablets.
TOM PULLAR-STRECKER | Saturday morning cricket is about to become more sophisticated.
TOM PULLAR-STRECKER | Chorus may can its plan to offer gigabit broadband to one New Zealand city or town.
MILES GODFREY | The sympathise button, recently unveiled by a Facebook software engineer, was actually developed a while ago.
ASHKAN SOLTANI, ANDREA PETERSON AND BARTON GELLMAN | National Security Agency secretly piggybacking on the tools that enable internet advertisers to track consumers.
JAMIE CONDLIFFE | The Hour of Code is a massive campaign to encourage programming and computer science in schools globally.
BLAYNE SLABBERT | A retrospective on the technology and trends that have influenced our lives in the past year.
Culture minister snubs the launch of Google's latest project, the Paris-based Cultural Institute Lab.
MICHAEL LIEDTKE AND MARCY GORDON | Technology companies are turning a handsome profit by mining personal data and peering into people's online habits.
NATASHA BAKER | New apps are keeping track of people's special moments and memories by producing digital scrapbooks and journals.
Regulator asks Google not to prejudice companies that don't want their content in specialised search results.