Australian taxi drivers are making citizen's arrests to stop the rise of ride-sharing service uberX
All R18 games and DVDs will be taken off the shelves at The Warehouse and Noel Leeming stores to reinforce their ‘‘family-friendly brand values’’.
Everyone from giant internet service providers to lone Twilight fan-fiction writers seems to love net neutrality. But why?
Apple will use people's lust for its devices and apps to raise money for charity.
Labour MP sidestepping questions after picking up responsibility for broadcasting in the party's reshuffle.
Nation state likely behind long-term surveillance malware called Backdoor.Regin.
NZ 24-hour sale is designed to emulate the United States' Cyber Monday online sales day.
For those who have forgotten or never knew what it is all about.
OPINION: So Netflix is coming, and many hope for a digital revolution as a result.
One might be forgiven for thinking that time travellers had stopped in the capital.
You could have been forgiven for thinking 17th-century time travellers were in Wellington yesterday.
Hackers are taking advantage of personal webcams with little security protection and weak passwords.
Cat memes, quizzes, endless lists - the things we term internet culture are not necessarily born of the internet itself.
Having a pretty interface is important, but how it works is what makes or breaks an operating system.
How the University of New South Wales collected over $100,000 in piracy fines
Blayne Slabbert offers five tips to improve your wi-fi at home.
Spark-owned internet TV service already has a pretty aggressive content acquisition plan, CEO says.
Chief Executive Marissa Mayer says new deal will help boost Yahoo's flagging search market share.
First Google Cardboard app gives fans a fully immersive playback of former Beatles' performance.
Passwords are essentially a form of talking to oneself.
Human rights groups tool lets users check if computers are infected with surveillance software.
Aftershocks from Netflix's move to launch in NZ and Australia in March are continuing to ripple around TV industry.
Aftershocks from Netflix' announcement are continuing to ripple around the television sector.
Even as you search Google, it turns out, Google is also searching you.
Teenagers are pushing back against the technology dependence that previous generations have developed.
Powerful new encryption program aimed at protecting users' conversations from unwanted surveillance and snooping.
Censorship comes as China hosts the World Internet Conference.
Mozilla is dropping Google as the default search engine for its Firefox browser.
Bex Argar is sharing her quest for find a boyfriend with everyone through her web series #TheOne.
Subscription music service reportedly being added to iOS operating system early next year.