TOM PULLAR-STRECKER | Microsoft will stop supporting Windows XP in one month, so what are the options for people still using the operating system.
JENNA GOTTLIEB | Players can choose among more than 400 categories that range from questions about sports to literature to pop culture.
RYAN NAKASHIMA | American man thought to be the creator of Bitcoin chased by reporters after securing his 'free lunch'.
Privacy advocates have asked US regulators to halt Facebook's US$19 billion acquisition of messaging service.
DAN LEVINE | Judge rejects Apple's request for a permanent sales ban in the USA against some older Samsung smartphones.
JO MOIR | Scammers are broadening their targets by using Student Job Search to get young people to hand over bank details.
TOM PULLAR-STRECKER | Communications Minister Amy Adams says the Government “will not be stopping the UFB build in any of the candidate areas”.
BEN GRUBB | It was a new piece of 'hoverboard technology' that came with a slew of celebrity endorsements and everyone wanted to believe was real.
PADDY WOOD | Getty Images will give more than 40 million of its stock photos away for free.
While some are caused by activists or teenage hackers simply looking for kicks, more and more come from criminal gangs and nation states.
JEREMY WAGSTAFF | Crowdsourced investigations have uncovered little in the way of real evidence about what happened to bitcoin exchange.
MATTHEW HALL | Computer science should be taught to children as young as five, says toy robotics start-up.
TOM PULLAR-STRECKER | A “digital content levy” could bail out the news media industry, Coalition for Better Broadcasting says.
NOEL RANDEWICH | Bitcoin backers the Winklevoss twins have used the virtual currency to buy tickets into space on Virgin Galactic.
Social network will delete posts offering to buy or sell guns without background checks.
TOM PULLAR-STRECKER | Academic says a proposed 'digital content levy' of 1 per cent would raise about $50m to $60m annually and “hardly be noticed” by consumers.
MAHESH SHARMA | People become intimate and develop trust much faster through thumb-based communication.
HAMISH RUTHERFORD | Labour ICT strategy accidentally sent to Govt came from David Cunliffe's office, not Clare Curran's.
US officials file a lawsuit alleging Sprint Communications overbilled government agencies $25m for wiretapping services.
LIONEL LAURENT | More than 400 people have signalled they will join a class action against Mt Gox, British-based law firm says.