For NZTA staff, Wellington's "smart" motorway means learning to relax.
You've heard of the internet of things. But what about computers that aren't things at all?
Someone from the 1960s would recognise modern insurance policies. But technology will change all that.
Driver wanted to record how fast she could go on a Snapchat filter.
Coders, designers and space enthusiasts hunkered down for two days of brainstorming on Anzac weekend.
A cactus-inspired skin could hold the secret to creating a more efficient electric car.
Private spaceflight firm plans to land a spacecraft on Mars in as little as two years.
Nintendo has confirmed that its new video game system will launch in March 2017.
Talkshow lets you follow a topic and watch as people text each other about it - sort of like live video for texting.
Gloom may be settling over the computer industry but Samsung is expected to cope better than most.
Facebook is a money-making machine as its mobile ad sales surge.
The median monthly base salary for an intern at some of the big tech companies is $9800.
A cyclist who holds hundreds of titles on a Strava's leaderboard has been linked to doping.
Maybe Twitter just isn't meant to be an all-encompassing social utility.
Is an online lothario, once dubbed the "modern Artful Dodger", up to his old tricks?
Driverless pods are the latest and coolest mode of public transport.
Letters about the new rules have been sent out to known drone operators in the area.
Christchurch brothers are making real waves in the world of augmented reality.
Variety of explanations for heightened chatter, say analysts.
Twitter message to the world's airlines mostly filled with gratitude.
This is the police, you've been blocked for watching porn, the message claims. But the police say don't fall for it.
The two boys went missing on a fishing trip. Eight months later an iPhone was discovered.
How do online fraudsters get the 3-digit security code on the back of your credit card?
Scientists trying to divine the fundamental nature of the universe have made their data available to anyone.
Drones have long been used to take aerial photos, but now you can get one that follows you around.
The FBI will not disclose how a third party hacked the iPhone of a shooter.
Pressure mounts on Apple to come up with the next big thing after revenue slips.
OPINION: Aussie telco bosses seen in Auckland, so who's eyeing Vodafone's NZ business?
This real-time video of a sinking Titanic was made to promoted an upcoming video game.
The personal data of 1.1 million users of BeautifulPeople.com is being sold by data traders.
Pepsi knows being interrupted by ads is annoying.
Automated systems watch skies as airports can't find enough air traffic controllers.
Can you sign off an email with 'xx'? Are you being too formal? It all depends on what your job is.
Wellington-based med-tech company, Volpara Health Technologies, is listing on the Australian stock exchange to further its global growth.
With tensions rising as parents try to rein in kids' techno habits.
Scammers increasingly targeting businesses and LinkedIn is useful source of ammunition, experts say.
A drone built by a Queenstown company is attracting attention from US television shows.
Facebook is developing a stand-alone camera app to increase user engagement.
It's too premature to declare the Apple Watch a knockout or a failure.
Comments on stories have irked and entertained readers since they were first introduced.
The US government wants to create a secure messaging service like WhatsApp.
What if you didn't have to remember passwords - and instead they were literally inside your head?
The move would provide a revenue-generating source for users, according to a survey.
Did you know Microsoft makes smartphones? It does. But it shouldn't anymore.
OPINION: Time carries on, even if you don't wear a watch.
A Sydney couple thought their fight with a neighbour was over. Turns out, it's far from done.
The founder of a "safety-first" dating app is committed to shielding users from harassment as they swipe right.
Prince was one of the first to use the internet to reach out to fans - and the first to realise it wouldn't work.
Pinpointing the source of tiny speeding neutrinos as a super massive black hole in a distant galaxy brings kudos to the Warkworth Observatory team
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