Why phone police when you have Facebook?

Digital footprints are becoming the new fingerprints as police and public alike turn to social media to solve crimes.

Review: Samsung A3 smartphone

REVIEW: It may be described as a 'selfie camera', but don't dismiss this phone if you're over 25.

Search engines for streaming services

Two new websites have popped up to help Kiwis find shows or movies on streaming services.

Twitter's new anti-harassment filter

Twitter has taken its biggest step yet against harassment.

Online petitions an exercise in futility

Evidence suggests online petitions lead to the widespread substitution of big action with tiny gesture.

Microsoft launches 'budget' Surface tablet

Microsoft has rolled out a lower-priced Surface tablet in an effort to reach students and budget-conscious families. 

3D printing prosthetics

Seven-year-old's 'robohand' only costs $50, and when she outgrows it can easily build a replacement.

Trade Me tests rescue drone

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