An action packed flurry of confrontations, with a plethora of difficult decisions that ensures the second half of this gripping series begins with a bang!
Why drive our streets when you can play them? Google has turned every one of our towns into a game of Pac-Man.
Microsoft has rolled out a lower-priced Surface tablet in an effort to reach students and budget-conscious families.
Seven-year-old's 'robohand' only costs $50, and when she outgrows it can easily build a replacement.
There's a lot of hype around using drones for commercial deliveries but they may have more important uses, Trade Me boss says.
Stars spark backlash after creating an online movement to promote Jay Z's new streaming service.
Robotic ants the size of a human hand that work together could be the future of factory production systems.
Snapper joins new mobile wallet app, Semble, which lets your smartphone act as a debit card.
Spotify joins forces with Playstation releasing it's music streaming service today.
A move to toughen penalties for wayward drone operators is backed by a Hamilton man who breached drone rules.
The FDA says it will give the technology industry leeway to develop new products.
The live-action trailer for Halo 5: Guardians drops more hints and announces the game's release.
Google's mapping technologies can now be used on the human body.
Theoretical physicist has an equation and plans for a device that could put him in touch with his late father.
For the lone woman in technology on the jury, an at times unfriendly workplace did not amount to gender discrimination.
Nintendo are no longer targeting a 2015 release for the Legends of Zelda on Wii U.
The promise of VR was on display this week at Facebook's F8 developers' conference.
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Portable media player is providing many North Koreans a window to the outside world despite Govt efforts to ensure isolation.
Jury rejects Ellen Pao's gender-bias claims in case that that riveted Silicon Valley for weeks.
Scientist Ben Bell set out to quantify exactly which Reddit communities were the proverbial worst.
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.
Sky TV has sharpened its Neon offering, adding the latest series of Game of Thrones.
Google just found out that luring a top executive from Wall Street is expensive.
"This app was created to increase cyberbullying. There's no other reason."
It's no secret that the internet presents a bevy of distractions. But can it make you feel like you've got ADHD?
Vessel will charge $3 per month for exclusive early access to clips of musicians, sporting events etc.
Facebook's Messenger app is evolving into a multitasking tool .
Survey shows half of young Kiwis would rather give up calls and texts than mobile data.
Australian price comparison site says people could "rush into internet TV" without realising all the factors.
No official word has been made, but Shadow of Mordor's special edition now has an MA15+ rating.
Facebook app can now track packages, make reservations and help businesses communicate with customers.
With a flurry of new chips and strategies, Intel is mounting its biggest push ever into a mobile computing market.
Cyber crime is a risk companies face around the world, and the US says companies need to help tackle the problem.
Three US Federal Trade Commission members say they regret the inadvertent release of documents about its probe of Google.
Apple Inc. seeks to bulk up data capabilities with its acquisition of FoundationDB.
If you love smartphones and design, Samsung has a new object of desire for your look book.
Sony has confirmed that Bloodborne is a PlayStation 4 exclusive, with no plans to bring it to PC.
Japan is racing to put a robot on the moon.
Hand-drawn animation hasn't yet been erased from film.
Remember Everyday? The app from 2011 has finally got a decent update.
Beta update adds Sylvanas Windrunner, the Team League ranked mode, and more.
Lawyer argues Silicon Valley firm created a boys club that damaged the careers of female employees.
People eager to share personal data beyond what's on their Facebook, can now offer up their DNA profiles.
Big data company tasked with calculating how to get more fans to Wellington Phoenix games and forecasting GDP.
Cern scientists may soon prove the existence of parallel universes and show that the Big Bang did not happen.
The SXSW game festival guarantees you'll see something never done before.
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.
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