Mouse crossbred with iPhone

Christchurch's Swiftpoint to ship super-high-tech mouse by Christmas.

Google may make own smartphone

It may be working on its own high-end device and looking to compete head-to-head with Apple's iPhone.

iPhone jack kerfuffle continues

The furore continues over reports that Apple is doing away with its standard 3.5mm headphone jack.

NZ's first 4K player arrives

New Zealand's first 4K Blu-ray player goes on sale in the next few weeks and will cost $1199.

The next iPhone may be lame

Rumour has it that Apple's going to seriously shake up the way it updates the iPhone.

The changes coming to smartwatches

Apple and Android smartwatches are getting better as their makers sand off the rough edges that have frustrated many early adopters.

The lure of old-school tech

The use of analog-to-digital conversion in photography and music reproduction is increasingly popular.

Review: Samsung's new tablet

The Tab Pro S looks a lot like a Samsung smartphone with a growth hormone addiction.

China wins 7th supercomputer title

The announcement is a further erosion of past US dominance of the field.

BlackBerry diehards fight on

They are a shrinking tribe of fans dedicated to what most people consider an obsolete appliance.

Star Wars comes to life

Technology means bringing the galaxy from far, far away into your home could soon be made possible.

Duo invent 'perfect' headphones

The headphones can detect your personal hearing signature and customise the sound of the music you play.

Apple opens its walled garden

ANALYSIS: Apple is opening up some of the deepest functions of the iPhone to others - including its direct competitors. Here's why.

Microsoft touts smaller, faster Xbox

The company says the white Xbox One S is 40 per cent smaller than the original black Xbox One.

Live: What now for Apple?

Apple unveils new and revamped software at its Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC).

Add-ons latest smartphone trend

Is a phone design that lets you add new features and functions by snapping in accessory modules the future?

Phones can now 'sense things'

Lenovo will give consumers their first chance to buy a phone featuring Google's 3-year-old Project Tango.

Iconic rubber duck goes digital

Billed as the world's first "smart duck", the Edwin the Duck is yellow, cute and waterproof.

Samsung tests bendable phone

The next smartphones from electronics giant Samsung could feature a foldable screen.

Hoverboards tipped for comeback

Segway and other manufacturers want consumers to give hoverboards a second chance.

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