Chris Roberts knows about hacking planes, but not because he's trying to make them fall out of the sky.
War on Game of Thrones rights infringement as wide-ranging as the show itself.
Where are your favourite memes now?
HBO is sending letters to those who downloaded leaked Game of Thrones episodes via BitTorrent.
Google is about to change the way its influential search engine recommends websites on smartphones.
Sony Pictures has complained over Netflix unwillingness to stop users sneaking into the US service.
Why are some consumers willing to pay handsomely for the privilege of being spied upon?
Yahoo and Microsoft will stay together but Yahoo gets more control.
Apple's cooperation with a court-appointed monitor has "sharply declined" a report said
Sony objects to the release of more than 30,000 documents obtained by hackers.
Microsoft Corp is watching with interest as the EU charges rival Google Inc for abusing its monopoly power in the online search business.
Instant messages can feel trite and impersonal, but new apps can make it easier to express emotions beyond a text or emoji.
It may take more than a spoonful of sugar to make the public accept the idea of swallowing a tiny computer that reports on their health.
Pirates looking to go legit can turn to a new generation of content search engines.
The same internet access now available on most commercial flights makes it possible for hackers to bring down a plane.
Reddit's The Button has become the Internet's foremost forum on death and mortality.
Google Inc. may be facing fines and new constraints on how it delivers Internet search in the EU.
If local providers aren't offering the best service for online viewing, people must be allowed to look overseas for a better deal, Consumer NZ says
Pirates get leaked copies of the first four episodes of Game of Thrones Season 5, a day before its official start.
A trade pact being negotiated in secret may create new criminal sanctions for illicit downloading of films and TV shows.
China determination to censor information resulted in an internet assault known as the "Great Cannon".
A virtual school stretches over the Central North Island and has doubled its roll over the past four years.
In post-Soviet Russia, you don't make memes. Memes make (or unmake?) you.
Could high-tech loyalty schemes designed in New Zealand help save the global retail industry?
Internet address regulator says domain name is being used to extract money from celebrities.
A new group of international cybercrime fighters has claimed one of its first kills.
Studio says it will now try and force NZ internet providers to hand over the identities of suspected pirates.
New program focuses on hiring people with autism for full-time positions.
OPINION: Why do people defend pirated movies? Steal anything else and you could end up with a criminal record.
The Dallas Buyers Club ruling will force pirates to either change their ways or change their tactics.