Furry animals, bland promos and ad-blocking software have created a 'perfect storm', says top blogger.
Automakers show little interest in upgrading existing cars with safety tech on their own.
Porn website's "charitable" push will likely cost them less than 1 per cent of their revenue.
It's love, not porn, says sex-tech entrepreneur Cindy Gallop - and she believes NZ could play a big part.
The popular breakfast spread is part of 40 emoji available on a new smartphone app.
The most under-appreciated gadget in your home is getting new tech and a new price tag.
Now is a good time to do some digital cleanup, while the year is still fresh.
Well, Twitter fans. The apocalypse has come. Twitter's reordered timeline is here.
YouTube's Red subscription service began a big push for subscriptions this week.
PayPal is refusing to process payments from at least one virtual private network provider.
If you hop into one of Google's pod-like self-driving cars in the US, you won't be considered the driver.
The app is being blamed for using lots of data, but there's an easy way to fix it.
Internet access in the Pacific is expensive and limited, but with NZ's help that may change.
The game costs $25 and you'll need 8GB free on your device.
Having a smartphone is like carrying a casino in your pocket, but there are ways to curb your addiction.
Hey! VINA is an app specifically for women looking for friends.
Google is giving away free storage in honour of Safer Internet Day.
As long as you've got the right camera, creating these new style of videos is easy.
These headphones may cost as much as a European car, but their sound is addictive.
"In today's global marketplace consumers have no idea about the conditions at the mine, factory, and assembly line."
OPINION: Your online pals might not be your "true" friends... and that's OK. So stop with the friendship "tests".
The World Cup All Blacks had extraordinary data at their fingertips, but it could only go so far.
Digital etiquette is an evolving world so if you do use someone else's device, tread carefully.
Twitter's stock price falls to its lowest level ever ahead of its upcoming quarterly earnings report.
Wired readers will have choice: pay for an ad-free version of the site, or go away.
In the early days of computer viruses, a lot of malware had some text or a flashy graphic.
India has banned the social network from offering a controversial service known as Free Basics.
Changes to the follow-up game include a single-player campaign and a companion TV series.
A fuel-cell powered phone could be on the market in two years if everything goes to plan.
Ask Cat feels different from a traditional advice column, and it's not just the tacky GIFs.
Lawyers believe Apple is forcing users to use their repair services or face "error 53".
Microsoft's female virtual assistant is programmed not to take sexism or racism.
The internet is a basic part of life. So why did the Houstons of Geraldine have to wait so long?
She's on Team Xbox. He's on Team Playstation. But Microsoft approves.
An international policing organisation is getting a little bit of help from the Waikato.
Twitter has shut down more than 125,000 terrorism-related accounts since the middle of 2015.
Thinking of updating your iPhone operating system? Read this first.
Costs are weighed up as devices in schools are adding extra strain on finances for parents, while the technology is preparing children for the future.
For those who didn't know, Thursday was "Friends Day".
Local boss hopes Kiwi start-ups will be quick to seize new opportunity.
Bystanders could be breaching someone's privacy by sharing crash photos on social media.
The new logo could've been a photo of an adorable puppy and people would still hate it.
A movie lets you bring together images and footage to watch over (and over) again.
Fitbit wants its latest entry-level fitness tracker to be fashionable with colour like teal and plum.
Google's internet search chief is stepping down.
Several design changes are expected for the iPhone 7 including removing the protruding lens.
A man frustrated with his download speeds set up a Twitter bot that tweets every time his internet slows down.
A university student was fined after renting out his dorm room on Airbnb.
Microsoft is buying SwiftKey, one of the most popular alternative keyboards on iOS and Android.
The goal is to fill the talent gap in the technology workforce by connecting trainees and employers.
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