It's been a year since Trump shut down Facebook, and PM Winston Peters did the same in NZ.
Why drive our streets when you can play them? Google has turned every one of our towns into a game of Pac-Man.
Smartphones give voice to street info
WelTec students devise a smartphone app to help the visually impaired get information on their surroundings.
There are many pitfalls if you buy a secondhand smartphone. Be aware.
Tech companies brace for problems due to a "leap second" being added to clocks this year.
A PhD student is hoping he can get robots to see and recognise the world around them.
Class-action lawsuit will likely continue as business consultant volunteers to represent consumers in suit.
Sites will be blocked but Aussies will escape punishment for illicit downloading under new proposals.
That iPod Classic that's been gathering dust in your bedside cabinet could now be worth hundreds.
It's a hairy time inside Turtle Rock Studios - and not just because many employees have pledged to stop shaving.
Ian Taylor has tried influencing govt policy by "lobbing hand grenades" from the sidelines but says he only "pissed politicians off".
A student hopes to turn data into world-first software that will help create sunny and sheltered courtyards.
WIth new hi-tech window shopping you can buy products - and find a loo - without even entering the shop.
What today's employees want most is decent information technology, a new workplace survey shows.
Lawyers raise eleventh-hour challenge that could derail long-running, class-action lawsuit.
Samsung, Apple in court again as Samsung asks court to reject billion dollar damages.
Spy agencies won't say if NZ's cyber-defence system could block malware attack that brought down studio.
Jurors in lawsuit against Apple shown emails from late CEO Steve Jobs and his top lieutenants.
Office will never be the same, as Microsoft closes its Clip Art library in favour of royalty-free images.
Increased smart device use at schools is hampering pupils' computer skills development, industry experts say.
Steve Galyer has a problem shared by many broadband users and he expects Netflix will make matters worse.
Otago University hopes Gigatown win will make graduates put down roots.
NZ wants to give Australian technology professionals work, but will they be lured across the ditch?
Nation state likely behind long-term surveillance malware called Backdoor.Regin.
First Google Cardboard app gives fans a fully immersive playback of former Beatles' performance.
Even as you search Google, it turns out, Google is also searching you.
Snap, Trustpower are gaining, while Spark, Vodafone and others have lost market share.
InternetNZ has backed CallPlus, the country's fourth largest telecommunications retailer, in a row with the chief censor.
Researchers warn a bug in Apple Inc's iOS operating system makes most iPhones and iPads vulnerable to cyber attacks.
Technology and vermin could be the answer to improving rescue efforts at disaster sites.
"Smart" appliances, like vegetable chopping robots, are becoming more a part of daily life.
Sony claims its batteries will last two days meaning users can finally say goodbye to night charging.
Fair dinkum, it's Borderlands: Aussie Edition. This game's heading straight to the pool room.
Your dream of a sports car that transforms into a real robot just inched closer to reality.
Country’s two largest telcos downplay suggestions broadband prices should fall when wholesale price cuts come into effect.
As I tested out Apple's new iPad Air 2, I realised why people like to shoot pictures with a tablet.
Apple says its iCloud server has been the target of "intermittent" attacks.
BRANDON BAILEYApple has posted a new security warning for users of its iCloud online storage service.
Dunedin web software company gets backing from big name investors and a major US partner.
ReutersFree cloud and research applications supplied to medical researchers working on the Ebola virus.
ReutersClaims by CEO that men and women are paid equally at Microsoft are unverifiable.
GARRY BARKERApple's latest operating system is the most comprehensive update in the software since in 2001.
Apple has introduced a faster, slimmer iPad Air 2, as it takes on new competition in the tablet market.
CHRIS STROHM AND JORDAN ROBERTSONHackers shake confidence in free software idealism of the 1980s.
ReutersMozilla plans to disable Secure Sockets Layer encryption in the latest version of its web browser.
ANDY FIXMERBlack Eyed Peas' frontman to unveil voice-controlled wristband smartphone.
BLAYNE SLABBERT - StuffOPINION: Siri paused, and then replied: "Hey Dad, have you farted yet?"
REAGAN MORRISREVIEW: Nintendo's latest Super Smash Bros may be the cause of a few broken 3DSs.
GARRY BARKERThe next Apple event could see the introduction of a 12-inch iPad Super, if rumours are to be believed.
TOM PULLAR-STRECKER - StuffNearly a quarter of Orcon customers are using its "GlobalMode" service on a daily basis.