It looks fearsome. One arm is a missile launcher and the other a cannon. And it's headed for Japan.
Invites to annual September showcase show Siri may hold the key to some Apple secrets.
A robust piece of Kiwi ingenuity is on threshold of cracking the US drone market.
It may be awhile before Kiwis are zipping around on Lexus hoverboards, but until then the Segway's cool cousin can self-propel people.
Has the launch of the Apple Watch and other fitness devices got exercise fanatics hooked?
Camera shake is the curse of anyone who has made a sports or action video with jiggly ruining many shots.
Nine-year-old has suffered years of "vicious name calling" - but this robotic limb is finally giving him his independence back.
Here's the argument for banning killer robots before we're swarmed by them.
Woman fights back after scammers allegedly charged her Vodafone mobile account.
Victoria University students hope to take back title of best automated robot at international competition.
The singularity is so hot right now as Samsung invests in artificial intelligence startup Vicarious.
Three brothers hope to make it big in the technology market with an inventive new drone design.
Drone created on a 3D printer which uses a laser to fuse nylon powder into solid structures.
Experimental short-film called Scanners lets you influence what happens on-screen via your brain.
Samsung has released two new tablets in New Zealand as it tries to topple Apple from its top spot.
And the tech giant is pledging not to use its new cylinder to monitor a user's internet activity.
The threat posed by car hacking is "finally hitting mainstream, and people are starting to care about it now".
Engineering students and a US baseball team have made the seemingly impossible happen for one very special little girl.
IBM introduces new mainframe server that runs only on the open-source operating system.
Starting with customers and working backwards has kind of become a habit at Amazon, Jeff Bezos says.
Don't like drones in your backyard? Neither do black bears, study finds.
I'm being followed by a TARDIS and a Dalek.
Samsung, more than anyone, have won the world over to large phones.
Will jumbo screens make up for sales lost to Apple after larger iPhones came out?
The Apple Watch is fun but I could happily leave it at home.
University's MotherBot shown building its own "cube babies" before watching as they take their first steps.
The makers of Roomba given clearance to put their automatic grass cutter on the market.
Phone running out of juice? Not enough time to charge it? We've all been there.
Thorstin Crijns envisions a quadcopter that can transport passengers autonomously.
A Disney-backed start-up has built a working version of JJ Abrams' new Star Wars droid, BB-8 for you to buy.