State fears guerrillas in Lebanon and Gaza could deploy exploding drones in a future war as well as their main rocket arsenals.
NZ phone plans are reasonably priced but mobile broadband is still expensive on its own, Commerce Commission says.
MATTHEW HALL - Sydney Morning Herald
Computer science should be taught to children as young as five, says toy robotics start-up.
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A Hamilton marketing business is under investigation after police received two complaints about a video it posted online.
Reports the social network is in talks to buy Titan Aerospace, a maker of solar-powered drones.
Party wants to supply tablet or laptops to pupils of low decile schools.
Ellen's Oscar night "biggest selfie in history" appear to in fact be a marketing stunt.
Gadget maker unveils a new, integrated iPhone voice-control system for car drivers.
Mobile World Congress highlights what the tech industry has loosely termed "the internet of things".
ALEXEI ORESKOVIC - Reuters
Apple TV no longer a hobby as company invests heavily in next generation of products.
Android X line emphasises keeping prices low, making the user interface relatively simple.
Tech giant retains Motorola's Project Ara; an effort to create smartphones that users can easily modify.
Samsung has beefed up the camera in its Galaxy S5 smartphone and added smarter camera software.
Customs Service warns that 3D printers could change the way our borders are policed.
As a Google Glass-wearer is attacked, people ask: do these specs break the social contract?
Newly unveiled Galaxy S5 smartphone offers much for the fitness buff.
Samsung's new Galaxy has a heart-rate monitor, a fingerprint sensor and an auto-focus camera.
Huawai and Samsung show off wrist computers, trumpeting "wearables" as the future.
JOSEPH MENN - Reuters
Major flaw in Apple devices could allow hackers to intercept email and other encrypted communications.
Samsung Electronics Co is to unveil on Sunday its first wearable smartwatch powered by its Tizen platform.