Samsung has released two new smartphones as it faces stiff competition in a market it once dominated.
A traditional-style statue soon to arrive in a Hamilton street has a distinctively modern touch.
The watch is designed to replace car keys and the clumsy, large fobs now used in many vehicles.
Names and drivers' license numbers of 50,000 of its drivers breached in May last year.
After "a ton of feedback," Google will now "step up enforcement" rather than outright ban sexually explicit material.
REVIEW: Big phones are here to stay, with people flocking to devices for screens and longer battery life.
Three home-grown tech companies are working hard to have an impact on the global stage.
OPINION: I'm wedded to digital technology but there's a dark side of internet life.
Artist Joe Madureira's first video game will be an adaptation of his long-dormant comic from the 90s.
Kiwi technology Slingshot and Orcon use to help customers access geo-blocked services is itself going global.
Notorious harasser who threatened Brianna Wu now claims his videos were a 'satire' of GamerGate.
American internet activists have declared victory over the nation's big ISPs.
American ISPs are fuming at new regulations and plan to fight the restrictions in court and Congress.
Facebook users who don't fit any of the site's 58 options can now choose how to define themselves freely.
New version of smartwatch immediately smashed its funding goal on Kickstarter.
PlayStation transports Aucklanders back to Victorian London.
It was probably just a matter of time before the smart jump ropes arrived.
Critics talk about Obama's net neutrality plan like it's a govt takeover of everyone's Netflix account.
US jury finds Apple's iTunes software infringed three patents owned by patent licensing firm Smartflash.
Hackers that stole banking info by hijacking more than 3m computers worldwide hit by European counter-op.
Tech firms help Euro cops put the boot into massive cybercrime ring.
Google's Deep-Q program has mastered Space Invaders, but can't yet conquer Ms PacMan.
Dutch firm admits the NSA and GCHQ probably did break into its system to steal codes for billions of users' phones.
Skype appointments with orthopaedic surgeons are being trialled in South Canterbury.
Telco says a hardware failure brought down its mobile network this afternoon.
Single copy of My Apocalypse edition of Dying Light costs the equivalent of half a million dollars.
REVIEW: Super Stardust Ultra is an excellent throwback to a simpler time, when the only goal was a high score.
Social giants taking a tougher stance against nudity posted without the subject's consent.
FBI shines a torch on intelligence linking cyber attacks to countries' political motivations.
Four charities will get a free technology overhaul this weekend from 30 volunteers.
A Silicon Valley trial worth up to $21m reveals a tale of sexism, late-night hotel visits and one of America's biggest VC firms.
New features let operators offer subscribers free access to selected apps on browser.
Your favourite game studio teams up with Lionsgate for interactive TV-like content.
Consumers should see big benefits when voice calls shift to 4G technology, Vodafone says.
New technology uses tiny amounts of DNA to computer-generate illustration of a criminal suspect's face.
Are you ready to Whiplash the world's first fully drumless drum set?
Short and bespectacled 50-year-old is a champion of some of the biggest indie games around.
OPINION: No muslims? No gingers? Experts say Apple shouldn't have opened this can of worms.
iOS 8.3, will bring 300 new emojis along with a handful of other features.
Juice company has unveiled a wearable tomato machine at the Tokyo Marathon.
Posturing over the price Chorus should be allowed to charge for its copper phone lines.
Big money at stake in the argument over what Chorus can charge for its copper phone lines.
Agency head plans major expansion of the CIA's cyber espionage capabilities.
Call for urgent steps to be taken following allegations US and British spies hacked into major SIM card maker.
OPINION: Is Mark Zuckerberg responsible for a perceived rise in narcissism?
Is Superfish an internet pioneer or a computer-user's privacy nightmare?
REVIEW: Join the Victorian Round Table as it patrols cobbled streets battling monstrous half-breeds in 1886.
After nominations were announced, worldwide downloads of Academy Award-nominated films skyrocketed 385 per cent.
Despite their track record, Hollywood is undaunted when it comes to mining games for franchises.
Rapper to make a video game based on his recent single Only One.
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