If you use Google's Gmail app, you may have seen something new pop up on your screen this week: suggested responses for your emails.
The Facebook boss says his quest to visit every US state he hadn't before is about building relationships, not politics.
Warning! Use emojis wisely as that smiley face could land you in court.
More than 100 internal policies governing what Facebook allows you to see - and what they censor - have been leaked.
Its paper-thin design may be its headline feature, but picture quality is the real hero.
'Big brother' technology deployed to keep capital safe. But what about privacy?
North Korea denies being behind the Sony and banking hacks, but evidence emerges of its spy agency's "Unit 180".
The probability of a cyber attack is certain. What can businesses do?
Silicon Valley star says social network's role in Trump's populist rise is "a very bad thing".
It's supposed to help young people connect with each other. It may actually be doing the opposite.
OPINION: Two young dudes can teach us a lot about the tech game, Mike O'Donnell writes.
Wellington libraries have bought PlayStations to attract kids - but some parents are not happy.
Trying to land a military boat on a beach just got a little bit easier.
Demonstration shows how electric vehicles could be charged wirelessly while driving.
Google believe their improved artificial intelligence cuts out the middle man, better known as your conscience.
Ransomware attack underscores the need for lawmakers to look more closely at bitcoin's role in financial crime.
Choosing a name is as easy as finding a date.
Google ramps up their AI with the ability to identify images and locations through the phone's camera.
22-year-old UK man who "accidentally" halted WannaCry attack plans to give US$10K reward to charity.
Volvo has joined forces with a waste management company to build an autonomous rubbish truck.
An Auckland suburb's reception is so bad people want a landline in the local hall.
How strong is Bill Gates' reputation as a businessman? He tweeted about a book, and sales soared.
Instagram has souped up its camera with quirky face-tracking filters, adding another feature similar to Snapchat.
The word Google is so well-known that the company has to fight for the right to own its brand.
Google's next-generation virtual reality headset will reportedly not require a PC or phone to run games.
If you do cough up, the 'shoddy' ransomware can't actually match victims to ransom payments.
Wireless charging roads for electric vehicles is a step closer.
OPINION: A new app that text messages dads shows how low the bar for fatherhood is set.
Companies are usually too embarrassed to admit falling victim to cyber attacks, and have secretly paid million-dollar demands.
Hackers threaten to release an unnamed Disney movie, thought to be Dead Men Tell No Tales.
Cybersecurity researchers find evidence they say could link North Korea with the WannaCry cyber attack.
The gadget-like technology enables on-call vets to check on, and talk to, pets without having to leave the house.
How to know when you've gone too far.
Microsoft has announced that Apple's iTunes will soon be available for download from the Windows Store.
Human language is a wonderful thing. Talking computers, not so much.
Microsoft has turned up the heat on other technology giants by launching new image and video recognition products.
Microsoft has come to terms with the non-existent place of Windows 10 in the smartphone software race.
The MP3 is dead, but its effect on the digital landscape is profound.
The government won't pay ransoms for human hostages - but it has no policy against paying to unlock computers and networks.
How to protect yourself from the global ransomware attack.
Evidence rogue state may be involved in global WannaCry cyber attack that has hit 300,000 computers.
We're spending the next few months in an electric Prius. For now, we've just spent time in a traffic jam.
A man has thanked Siri for saving his life after he was injured in an explosion.
Port will temporarily shut down to secure IT system after global security threats from WannaCry cyber group.
Only nostalgics will cling to the old habit of car ownership, an economics professor predicts.
Global ransomware "WannaCrypt" has crippled computers around the world, here's how to stay safe.
Think that global cyber attack is over? Think again, as experts warn of unstoppable ransomware.
OPINION: A weekend cyber-attack that disabled computers across much of the world had the hallmarks of a gripping fictional thriller.
Digital consultant says businesses must be digital savvy, or they'll die.
The victims are across 150 countries, and could grow in number when people return to work.
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