You've heard of the internet of things. But what about computers that aren't things at all?
Letters about the new rules have been sent out to known drone operators in the area.
Christchurch brothers are making real waves in the world of augmented reality.
Drones have long been used to take aerial photos, but now you can get one that follows you around.
It's too premature to declare the Apple Watch a knockout or a failure.
Did you know Microsoft makes smartphones? It does. But it shouldn't anymore.
iPhones and iPads are only expected to last three years, according to information from Apple.
Meet the adaptable sofa that can be controlled by phone and will move itself when it gets bored.
Our ability to innovate is the driver of human progress. But sometimes, we get a bit carried away.
Privacy looms as the major roadblock in a crack down on rogue texters behind the wheel.
A new video showing a man flying a hoverboard looks like a scene featuring the Green Goblin.
Will loyal fans of e-books be willing to pay tablet prices for dedicated e-readers? Amazon is about to find out.
Professional hackers came up with a way to beat Apple's pin-code software - and it only works on a small number of iPhones.
Unique wireless safety brake lighting system for motorcyclists developed after inventor witnessed a bad accident nearly 20 years ago.
Designing a flagship smartphone to take on Apple, LG and Samsung is no easy task.
HTC is promising a better camera as it unveils its latest flagship phone, the HTC 10.
Huawei has launched a new version of its flagship P9 smartphone.
Are smartphones set to further shake up the world of photography?
Putting brains in a device that most people replace only every five years isn't the brightest idea.
It would be the eighth generation of a product that helped launch a massive market for electronic books.
In its first-generation state, is Microsoft's HoloLens worth the hype?
Pat Pilcher finds out if Amazon's digital assistant can understand our Kiwi accent.
Apple's latest iPad goes on sale in New Zealand on Friday.
People who pre-ordered the virtual reality headset will start receiving them in the next few weeks.
If you've been clinging on to your old 4-inch iPhone you may be tempted by Apple's latest device.
Chromecast is a great way of getting content from your phone to TV but it has one flaw.
Even if you only occasionally want to cast music, then $69 is a good price for a simple, but effective device.
Apple has all but admitted its premium, large-screen tablet didn't work.
If you prefer small iPhones, then you now have more options that ever.
Apple wants to sell millions more units - so isn't its eco-pitch a bit rich?