State fears guerrillas could deploy exploding drones in a future war as well as their main rocket arsenals.
TOM PULLAR-STRECKER | NZ phone plans are reasonably priced but mobile broadband is still expensive on its own, Commerce Commission says.
CHRIS GARDNER | A Hamilton marketing business is under investigation after police received two complaints about a video it posted online.
MATTHEW HALL | Computer science should be taught to children as young as five, says toy robotics start-up.
Reports the social network is in talks to buy Titan Aerospace, a maker of solar-powered drones.
HAMISH RUTHERFORD | Party wants to supply tablet or laptops to pupils of low decile schools.
MICHAEL IDATO | Ellen's Oscar night "biggest selfie in history" appear to in fact be a marketing stunt.
Gadget maker unveils a new, integrated iPhone voice-control system for car drivers.
ANICK JESDANUN | Mobile World Congress highlights what the tech industry has loosely termed "the internet of things".
ALEXEI ORESKOVIC | Apple TV no longer a hobby as company invests heavily in next generation of products.
ANICK JESDANUN | Android X line emphasises keeping prices low, making the user interface relatively simple.
SALVADOR RODRIGUEZ | Tech giant retains Motorola's Project Ara; an effort to create smartphones that users can easily modify.
YOUKYUNG LEE | Samsung has beefed up the camera in its Galaxy S5 and added smarter camera software.
ALEX FENSOME | Three-dimensional printers can already make guns, and may soon allow people to create gold, gems, food or drugs in their living rooms.
KURTIS ALEXANDER AND JESSICA GUYNN | When a woman showed off her Google Glass at a US bar called Molotov's, the result was explosive.
BREE FOWLER | Newly unveiled Galaxy S5 smartphone offers much for the fitness buff.
Samsung's new Galaxy has a heart-rate monitor, a fingerprint sensor and an auto-focus camera.
Huawai and Samsung show off wrist computers, trumpeting "wearables" as the future.
JOSEPH MENN | A major flaw in Apple devices could allow hackers to intercept email and other communications that are meant to be encrypted.
LUKE HOPEWELL | Google has given early adopters of its smart glasses a piece of advice: don't be a Glasshole.