President's latest project aims to build a supercomputer that can process a billion-billion operations per second.
Security experts uncover weaknesses in internet-connected self-aiming firearms that lets hackers can take control.
A truly wearable device should feel like clothes. The Apple Watch isn't clothing, it's jewellery.
Search engine punished for unfairly demanding billions of dollars for use of patents covering Wi-Fi and video downloads.
Robot inspired by water striders, a family of bugs known for their ability to skilfully skim the water's surface.
It glides around like R2-D2 and is devoted to a single task: picking things up.
Stagefright finally convinces tech journalist to abandon Google's smartphones.
Now you can make your own virtual reality movies with Nokia's latest gadget, the Ozo.
Light a candle, fill the device with water, and you have a charger.
Is Henry really a movie? Or is it a game? Or something else entirely?
It's simple to use, and comes with a video game-style controller so you can take off, land or pause with a single touch.
Nasa's controversial engine can get from Earth to Pluto in just 18 months, and a German scientist says it may actually work.
Check your phone charger for faults. It could save you a house.
Ninety-five per cent of Android phones may be vulnerable to a text message hack.
Elon Musk and Steve Wozniak lead a team of Artificial Intelligence experts who want the UN to ban killer robots.
Police in Beijing have busted a factory that produced more than 41,000 fake iPhones worth as much as NZ$28.6 million.
Honda's Asimo robot can now have simple conversations in three languages.
US scientists use a wireless controller to direct the path of laboratory mice with a combo of drugs and lights.
Next generation of tracking devices use augmented reality to locate lost items.
Requiring drone pilots to get consent from owners of properties they fly over will affect businesses, a South Canterbury operator says.