Abandoning your smartphone for an older-style mobile phone frees you to pay more attention to the world around you.
Is it worth signing up to a smartphone trade-up deal? Blayne Slabbert checks them out.
Survey shows half of young Kiwis would rather give up calls and texts than mobile data.
With a flurry of new chips and strategies, Intel is mounting its biggest push ever into a mobile computing market.
If you love smartphones and design, Samsung has a new object of desire for your look book.
Japan is racing to put a robot on the moon.
Amazon says its drone approved for testing by the Federal Aviation Administration is no longer being used.
Dutch company Nerdalize wants to use the excess heat generated by servers to warm European homes.
A hefty bot designed for search-and-rescue and a spindly four-legged rival to face off in the debut Vecna Robot Sprint Challenge.
Samsung's new Galaxy S6 phones will come with OneNote, One Drive storage, and Skype.
In 1976 Steve Jobs approached Nolan Bushnell asking for $50,000 in return for a third ownership of Apple Computer.
Condom-maker has released a smartphone app that will turn off lovers’ smartphones at agreed times.
The rise of artificial intelligence is changing attitudes on robot romance.
Google will team with Tag Heuer, Intel to create some fancy wrist candy.
US flight regulators give e-retailer approval to test fly its drone-to-door delivery service.
Get ready to replace your computer cables and buy some new adapters - the ports and plugs you use are about to start changing.
The newest innovation in 3-D printing looks pretty similar to the villain of Terminator 2, and that's no mistake.
Lee Suckling looks at whether people will swap their designer watches for a smartwatch.
Screens have dominated the digital world for decades. Will wearables like the Apple Watch finally change that?
Google X research lab boss admits its Glass gadget was overhyped for an unfinished product.