A poll shows Samsung dropping to 49th from seventh, with Amazon topping the survey.
Watching a movie on airplane screens can be frustrating but I'll miss them when they're gone.
Internet users will find it harder to search for illegally streamed live games and pirated music and movies.
Like a real-life instruction manual, Noel Leeming Tech Solutions Technician Jacob will come to your home to talk you through your new device.
Shoppers will notice changes to retail this year - think robots, virtual reality, and drones.
Town says it can't prevent smartphone distraction, so makes it safe to walk home looking at one.
Were my devices turning against me? Was this how the Age of Man would end?
Magic Leap, a much-buzzed about tech firm, is being sued by a woman hired to make it "less of a boys club".
Tired of tourists powering up batteries for hours, Austrian cafe owner Galina Pokorny has introduced a fee.
There's no angle too difficult for the highly dedicated Boyfriends of Instagram.
Kiwi DJ Zane Lowe will host one of Apple's first television shows that is a mix of Dragons' Den and The Voice.
Felix Kjellberg, known online as PewDiePie has been criticised by Disney and YouTube.
Drew Ackerman says that on Sleep with Me, he plays the role of "your boring drunk friend".
The good news is that livestreaming is easy, especially since we're all carrying around cameras in our phones.
Shortland St producer hails "cliffhanger of the year'' as Chris Warner confronts a familiar (and rude) crisis
Anyone who has spent time in a hospital knows how boring and isolating it can be for patients.
The owners of three of New Zealand's banks have abandoned their attempt to negotiate as a bloc over Apple Pay.
Giving up Gmail, social media and littering the internet with misinformation are key to disappearing.
Lonely hearts scams rely on the fact that people want to believe.
Writing on the internet, no-one can hear you scream. Unless, of course, you use all-capital letters.
One of the most lauded documentary photographers has back-tracked on a previous prediction.
Tim Cook says that the epidemic of false reports necessitates a crackdown by the authorities and tech firms.
For Jesse, there is only one goal: to provoke a reaction – the stronger, the better.
It's called nomophobia, the fear of being out of mobile contact.
A fire broke out at a Samsung SDI factory when faulty, discarded batteries ignited.
Wellington council's resilience plans include having a fruit tree in every garden.
The toilets resemble an iPhone and the elevator buttons look like the device's home button.
The company has told investors about a slew of new competitors that place a threat to it.
No parent has ever been able to give me a logical reason why a minor should enjoy such a privilege.
We should pause before our headlong embrace of the next exciting new things already bearing down on us.