Technology

Apple Watch to replace car keys

The watch is designed to replace car keys and the clumsy, large fobs now used in many vehicles.

Blogger porn ban backlash

After "a ton of feedback," Google will now "step up enforcement" rather than outright ban sexually explicit material.

Uber drivers' data breached

Names and drivers' license numbers of 50,000 of its drivers breached in May last year.

Think big with phones

REVIEW: Big phones are here to stay, with people flocking to devices for screens and longer battery life.

Battle Chasers returns as game

Artist Joe Madureira's first video game will be an adaptation of his long-dormant comic from the 90s.

Statue for the digital age

A traditional-style statue soon to arrive in a Hamilton street has a distinctively modern touch.

It's Pebble Time again

New version of smartwatch immediately smashed its funding goal on Kickstarter.

'Smart' movement jumps to it

Apple to pay $705m over patent

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