OPINION: Three rules have managed to stay useful. Appropriately, they cover irony, Nazis and porn.
They're becoming as rare as hen's teeth, and now New Plymouth only has one left.
One travel site is letting us look up flight or hotel deals using emojis to represent our destination.
A jury found that the Facebook-owned company stole another company's computer code.
Technology has changed a lot since 1992, but an organisation teaching tech to seniors is still going strong
The number of patients in Marlborough opting to track their healthcare online is among the lowest in New Zealand.
The YouTube "challenges" range from harmless to horrifying.
OPINION: If left on its default settings, my smartphone would beep, ding and ring constantly.
If you passed him on the street, nothing would grab your attention. But behind a screen, he's dangerous.
A killer app is needed for the tech to become popular but until then motion sickness and cost are holding it back.
Daniel Moore was seen pointing a cellphone at young women in swimsuits.
A court in Europe warned that giving users free access to a trove of movies and music risks breaking the law.
If you're looking for a counterfeit iPhone which dies in your hand then Shanghai is your ultimate destination.
Virtual reality seems to be able to shift the brain's experience in a way that helps patients handle pain.
Four students hoping to make it big in business have the world at their fingertips.
The malware was designed by hackers allied with the Russian government.
Apple had initially wanted to build its own car, but is now focused on the underlying tech for autonomous driving.
Using a VPN on public wi-fi is sensible but what do you do when the network operator blocks them?
There is no end to what our kids can watch, and how they can watch it, whether we want them to or not.
The man designed software so that on three days out of the year, he could predict winning numbers.
One of the world's most advanced computer programs couldn't compute the character's fumbling antics.
Even tech companies that preach the gospel of the algorithm are turning to humans for recommendations.
Google adds world-famous Australian heritage site to Street View.
A principal in the US has pledged to pay her students US$100 if they forgo devices for one day a week over the holidays.
Windows 10 is nearly two years old but there are still lots of tricks to learn about getting the best from it.
OPINION: As evidence showed robots will lighten Kiwi pay packets, job-safe Nigel Latta just kept smiling.
Why a laptop is now an essential piece of one British stand-up comedian's kit.
With tattoos becoming more popular, one startup intends to become the Expedia for getting inked.
Amazon has apologised after a glitch on its site sent people to an image of a dog rather than a product listing.
Planet of the Apps places app developers on the spot for a chance at winning funding and a promising future.