Companies have been told they will be knocked offline if they don't pay up.
Inmates around the country could have phones and computers installed in their cells if the innovation proves a success at the Wiri correctional facility, opening in Auckland on Friday.
Substance that can withstand both oil and sandpaper developed by British and Chinese researchers.
Twelve-year-old techie launches website to reunite tots with their long-lost teddy bears.
Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg describes relationship with late husband as "truest partnership that I could imagine".
At the push of a button on Genie's mobile app your food fantasy can be ready in less than a minute.
Trial of "Net fasting" camp notes drop in online use for teens and building of new human relationships.
Inspired by Uber, Domino's pizza lovers will soon be able to use their smartphones to track their orders' journey.
Disney have officially unveiled Disney Infinity 3.0, which adds Star Wars characters to the mix.
Deaf and blind British woman says the Apple Watch has transformed her ability to navigate.
Australian journalist Ben Grubb's 22-month legal battle with internet provider Telstra to access his own metadata.
Online activists in India express concern over Facebook's control over all data accessed.
Manawatu residents wanting a building inspector and can now book one using a new app.
Voice-only UFB service is a new option for consumers who don't want broadband.
Battlefront gets 12 Multiplayer maps, Xbox teases Star Wars controllers, Google's Force-sensitive search.
The husband of Facebook COO Sheryl Sanberg fell off the treadmill and hit his head in Mexico.
You will soon be able to flip someone the bird using an emoji after the character was approved by Microsoft.
New campaign presents virtual reality tie-in for Avengers: Age of Ultron.
Deafradio helps deaf community access information through innovative technology use.
REVIEW: Microsoft's new Surface 3 strikes a surprisingly good balance between notebook and tablet.
I Google people all the time. Not only for work but also when I'm curious about someone new.
A leading Auckland school has banned anonymous messaging app Yik Yak and is warning other schools of the dangers such platforms can pose to children.
New fad: zit-popping videos (graphic content)
Watching people pop zits and squeeze cysts is so popular the genre is racking up millions of views and creating celebrities.
REVIEW: Video game Ori and the Blind Forest harks back to 2-D classics while also being contemporary and wonderful to look at.
Tesla Motors' announcement highlights new home batteries that can store solar power for later use.
Chief executive officer of SurveyMonkey.com and husband of Sheryl Sandberg, chief operating officer of Facebook, has died.
Kim Dotcom granted access to millions of dollars of seized assets to cover legal fees and household expenses.
Computer programming may seem a man's world, but not for long, vow students
We test the How-Old website on some well-known faces with the results being both dubious and hilarious.
Developers promise delay will mean a "better game to play as a result".