BRIAN BARRETT | App a deliberate hoax so believable that an unprecedented number of media outlets reported it as fact.
BARBARA ORTUTAY | To get a sense of what's on the minds of industry's thinkers, leaders and tinkerers, head to Texas rather than Silicon Valley.
IAN STEWARD | Kiwis wanting to keep up with the global streaming TV revolution are forced to use the back door.
TOM PULLAR-STRECKER | Microsoft will stop supporting Windows XP in one month, so what are the options for people still using the operating system.
HADYN GREEN | Thief is back. Lock your doors, check your wallets, and stay in brightly lit areas. But has it been worth the wait?
JENNA GOTTLIEB | Players can choose among more than 400 categories that range from questions about sports to literature to pop culture.
Privacy advocates have asked US regulators to halt Facebook's US$19b acquisition of messaging service.
RYAN NAKASHIMA | American man thought to be the creator of Bitcoin chased by reporters after securing his 'free lunch'.
RONALD GROVER AND MALATHI NAYAK | Walt Disney to reduce the number of games it develops and alter its advertising strategy to focus more on mobiles.
DERRIK J LANG | Shaq launches campaign for follow-up to infamous 1994 game, considered one of the worst ever made.
DAN LEVINE | Judge rejects Apple's request for a permanent sales ban in the USA against some older Samsung smartphones.
American CEO of a virtual currency exchange found dead near her Singapore home.
JO MOIR | Scammers are broadening their targets by using Student Job Search to get young people to hand over bank details.
TOM PULLAR-STRECKER | Communications Minister Amy Adams says the Government “will not be stopping the UFB build in any of the candidate areas”.
BEN GRUBB | It was a new piece of 'hoverboard technology' that came with a slew of celebrity endorsements and everyone wanted to believe was real.
TOM PULLAR-STRECKER | NZ phone plans are reasonably priced but mobile broadband is still expensive on its own, Commerce Commission says.
PADDY WOOD | Getty Images will give more than 40 million of its stock photos away for free.
While some are caused by activists or teenage hackers simply looking for kicks, more and more come from criminal gangs and nation states.
JEREMY WAGSTAFF | Crowdsourced investigations have uncovered little in the way of real evidence about what happened to bitcoin exchange.
CHRIS GARDNER | A Hamilton marketing business is under investigation after police received two complaints about a video it posted online.