OPINION: I wouldn't be surprised if technology insiders refer to September as Apple season.
Virtual reality still has a long way to go before it's ready for consumers, and its biggest proponents know it, too.
Scientists build a robotic octopus capable of swimming in the same way as its biological counterpart.
Three new tiny cameras introduced, including company's first touchscreen display.
OPINION: The Apple juggernaut rolled on with the recent launch of the iPhone 6. After three days a stunning 10 million of the phones had been sold.
OPINION: I love taking photos, especially capturing my family's life as it unfolds.
Watch out Harry Potter, you are not the only wizard with an invisibility cloak.
Company has finally responded to reports of iPhone 6 Plus smartphones reportedly bending in their owners' pockets.
Agency director criticises Apple and Google for developing forms of smartphone encryption so secure it can't be cracked.
Study on driving while texting with Google Glass finds the hands-free eyewear is no safer to use on the road than a smartphone.
The snaking queue outside iPhone launches have become somewhat of a social occasion for Apple fanatics.
OPINION: After months of hype, speculation and anticipation, the latest iPhone is on sale in New Zealand.
US FAA expected to grant permits to seven movie and television production companies to fly drones.
A team of Wellington engineering students are hoping Bolt the robot has what it takes to beat the Aussies.
Please don't try charging your iPhone in the microwave.
Some iPhone 6 Plus owners discover phone's aluminium body literally bending in their pockets.
Sony's set-top box to hit will hit stores in the USA and Canada October 14.
Alex Gordon has finally learned that some things are more important than a new iPhone.
Some people are getting frustrated with owning multiple devices.
Apple says it has sold more than 10 million iPhones in the first weekend after its new models went on sale.
Another year, another two iPhones. Are they better than what came before? Absolutely.
OPINION: Over the years, I've grown blithely accustomed to the notion that operating a smartphone is a single-handed endeavour. No more.
Perth's first owner drops his new phone right outside the Apple store.
MIT's four-legged robot runs like the super-fast spotted feline and even on its own power, off a treadmill.
To make a robot that does domestic chores, Siddhartha Srinivasa imagined a British butler.
Report Apple is set to launch two new tablets at its next event in October.
Montreal startup taps crowdfunding for virtual reality headset to compete with the Oculus Rift.
REVIEW: Android tablets are more or less the same. The Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5 a rare exception.
Computer-driven cars have been testing their skills on California roads for more than four years - until now.
Fujitsu says the New Zealand public sector has taken its eye off the ball greening its information technology infrastructure.