Country’s two largest telcos downplay suggestions broadband prices should fall when wholesale price cuts come into effect.
November event includes a world-first look at Halo 5 gameplay, and the premiere of Halo: Nightfall.
A thousand New Zealand schools have now switched to the Network for Learning.
New study finds men more likely to be called offensive names than women online.
A Twitter product for developers called Digits will let users log into apps with a phone number.
Sale of one of the few remaining examples of a pre-assembled Apple-1 far outstripping expectations.
It's the end of an era as Microsoft removes all traces of Nokia from website.
App automates much of the work that goes into managing email while pulling info from the web.
Sony has reportedly given up development research into PlayStation 5 due to the company's financial woes.
Apple says its iCloud server has been the target of "intermittent" attacks.
As I tested out Apple's new iPad Air 2, I could see why people like to shoot pictures with a tablet.
Google and several other companies invest more than half a billion dollars in secretive venture.
The first of five planned add-on packs, Corporate Lockdown, will launch on October 28.
Blizzard is working on a tablet version of its collective card game due out before the end of the year.
Apple has posted a new security warning for users of its iCloud online storage service.
Turn a video game addiction into a life lesson about money.
New music-subscription service will try to anticipate its listeners' mood swings.
Two-day Blizzard community celebration will close with a performance by metallers.
Users will soon be able to pay for extra features that may not be related to dating.
Prototype hovers using a magnetic field, just like the one in Back to the Future, but there are catches.
Latest version of big-screen Galaxy Note has gone on sale at a crucial time for Samsung.
OPINION: Most nights when our family sits down to dinner I hear the pinging of smartphones.
The two biggest tech companies went head-to-head last week with each releasing new devices to entice consumers and please investors.
Dunedin web software company gets backing from big name investors and a major US partner.
Spark customers can now receive a gigabyte of free data a month to access Facebook and Twitter.
Attacks perpetrated by China in what appears to be a surveillance push, censorship monitoring group says.
Supplier believes public should be made aware of the details of 'oppressive and burdensome' deal.
Founder and managing director of Ubisoft Toronto is leaving the studio.
Free cloud-computing and research applications supplied to medical researchers working on the Ebola virus.
Parents eager to get their children away from screens can turn to new apps.