The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved a drug using 3D printing technology.
High-flying Apple stock continues nose-dive as investors worry if it can maintain its recent growth rate.
The Indian government will lift a days-old ban on hundreds of pornographic websites after critics accused the government of encroaching on personal freedoms.
A study of social media lies has made what some might consider a surprising finding - women are the biggest offenders.
Auckland cloud software company shelves plans to list on the Australian stock market this year.
REVIEW: Smartwatches are struggling to wind the hearts and money of consumers, as people show reluctance to unclench their hands from their beloved smartphones to try one.
The Apple Watch has finally arrived in New Zealand but like any new range of gadgets it can be hard to decide which one is the best for you.
Aucklanders being offered free rides in rare Tesla to switch them on to electric cars.
Analysis and evaluation skills are among the spin-offs, says a researcher.
A new iPhone might not be the only gadget introduced during the tech giant's big September season.
The social network most dominated by white guys makes its internal diversity training public.
Mozilla accuses Microsoft of making default application settings "less obvious and more difficult".
Soon having an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle floating behind you will be as natural as pulling out your smartphone.
Star asked his fans to come up with a new Facebook wallpaper for him and the results were insane.
Spam emails masquerading as legitimate copies of Microsoft's new OS contain "ransomware" attachment.
Robot on free ride around the world comes to a sticky end in the US.
With a Battlefield approach and a new cover star, the latest PGA game feels like reboot for the franchise.
A hitchhiking robot that captured the hearts of fans worldwide met its demise in the US.
Christchurch Law firm narrowly avoids falling victim to a cyber scam.
Publisher once called 'worst company in America' foresees extremely strong preorders for Star Wars: Battlefront.
Jade Cvetkov thought the money her mother left her would fulfil a dream, but it bought her only heartbreak.
InternetNZ says customers on capped broadband plans may want to check a setting used to distribute Microsoft updates.
President's latest project aims to build a supercomputer that can process a billion-billion operations per second.
Microsoft says its new operating system is now running on more than 14 million computers across the world.
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's time to play with all your favourite 80s action figures again in Ubisoft's Toy Soldiers: War Chest.
Search giant may be fined for failing to apply the 'right to be forgotten' ruling outside Europe.
The social network unveils its giant drone, the size of a 737, which can fly for three months straight without landing.
The Government has wasted more on Oracle than it has spent subsidising Team NZ, a lobbyist says.
It glides around like R2-D2 and is devoted to a single task: picking things up.
Computer monitoring on all boats may replace fisheries observers.
Stagefright finally convinces tech journalist to abandon Google's smartphones.
A new scam website is identical to the Immigration New Zealand home page.
Bethesda says the post-Apocalypse open world was complete prior to being announced, and its focus is now on bug-fixing.
Do you text and walk? We put pedestrians to the test in a mini obstacle course.
Now you can make your own virtual reality movies with Nokia's latest gadget, the Ozo.
Russian hackers penetrated high-profile US defence industry by combining Twitter with data hidden in seemingly benign pics.
New Game Plus lets you carry over your experience, most items, and alchemy recipes, while also making all enemies stronger.
Paranoia creeps in that the "Internet of Things" can turn anything into a secret wiretap.
Computer coding could sit alongside reading, writing and arithmetic under Labour plan.
Twitter needs to act fast - simplify its core product and organise news feeds better, analysts say.
Instead of using audio, Livetext app has a text feature that appears on top of live video.
Police investigate "dark web" market, said to be run by computer science students.
Social network owner spent heavily to boost mobile revenue and develop products like Instagram and WhatsApp.
Staff at a Sydney gay bar seeking to update Google Maps were told that Google did not support gay bars.
Light a candle, fill the device with water, and you have a charger.
More classic Kiwi icons have been added to Grand Theft Auto, but the Mongrel Mob is out.
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