Generic alerts like "keep left" are provided every 15-20 minutes wherever user is driving.
Industry veterans behind BioShock and Dead Space reveal a first-person horror game where you have no sight.
Twitter is finally making its live-video app available to the majority of smartphone users.
Tech news blog Re/code gets new owner just 18 months after spinning off from The Wall Street Journal.
Man who conceived the iconic look of the iPod and iPad promoted to Apple's chief design officer.
Hyundai thinks it has found the most seamless way yet to let drivers integrate their smartphones seamlessly into their cars.
#CharlieCharlieChallenge has surged to the top of the global social media charts. But why?
Chorus plans to start Saturday installations of ultrafast broadband after admitting it cancels one in eight appointments each weekday.
Korean company wants to make mounting your TV just as easy as sticking a magnet onto your refrigerator.
Wellington game studio teams with NZ's top free diver to help save endangered dolphins.
REVIEW: Pixar-like art style and time travel moral dilemmas make Perils of Man a welcome, refreshing game.
A computer engineer is using the power of Twitter to expose a notorious carpark.
If your Gmail has the same features it did when you first signed up, you could be missing out.
One of the world's best poker players takes on a computer program named Claudico in a $136,000 exhibition.
OPINION: If you ever take a video in portrait mode don't be too surprised if you get tapped on the shoulder and told off by a film-loving passerby.
Today’s robots are writing a new chapter in the age-old debate over people vs machines.
Half a billion users' details potentially exposed by flaw that leaves data on 'wiped' Androids.
Movie manga robot model measures eight meters high and weighs 3.5 tonnes.
UK research into Facebook users shows we're all basically desperate, vain jerks.
The world of law enforcement and government departments can be a solemn one, thankfully not all employees take the job too seriously.
The 10-year-old site provides a stage for exhibitionists, narcissists and activists to broadcast opinions, talents, interests, and of course, cats.
Connor Franta isn't a singer, chef, comedian or athlete, but he's angling to be Oprah for millennials.
A Canadian man has smashed the world record for hoverboard travel.
A new feature will soon let TV viewers scroll back to programmes they have missed.
According to Blizzard, removing main character's cigar was a better use of resources.
REVIEW: The Witcher 3 is an instant classic and arguably the best epic adventure game ever made.
Free-to-play Sustainavile has all proceeds from microtransactions go to the Save the Children.
New technology is making it "virtually impossible" to tell genuine drivers licences and ID card from forged ones.
Google has been a tech industry leader for years, but now it's jostling for position with firms that have an eye on apps.
The NSA is closing a program to collect phone metadata following the Senate's failure to pass Patriot Act extension.
Losing a job in just 140 characters is all too easy.
NSA begins winding down its collection and storage of American phone records after the Senate failed to agree on a path forward.
What's scarier than an evil robot? A human who's spent 10 minutes on hold.
OPINION: Each time you use "free" online platforms like Gmail somebody's laughing all the way to the bank through the sale of your data.
Game Changer docudrama starring Dan Radcliffe allegedly using Grand Theft Auto trademarks without permission.
Would you ring an electronic mooloo bell?
Apple may have accidently published an image of the rumoured iPhone 6C on its website.
Southern Cross Cable breaks leave NZ at risk of losing connection to the rest of the world, group says.
Travel software company Serko's sales have performed like a "rocket ship", but profits suffer.
Southern Cross' international traffic was diverted after a cable cut.
The wedding photography business continually pushing the limits, with photographers employing GoPro, drone and time-lapse technology.
REVIEW: If you've ever touched your laptop screen after using your smartphone and being disappointed nothing happened, it might be time to look at a hybrid computer..
OPINION: All my life, I had sought and conquered the latest gadgets. But then one day, I didn't care anymore.
Mobile games maker Supercell seeks to remain the world's top-grossing company in the sector.
Having slow broadband speed is as frustrating as watching an All Blacks game in slow motion.
NetNames has gone silent after a legal threat from Mega.
Why settle for Hobbits and swimsuit models when you could co-opt the entire internet into your safety video?
Spotify will soon be providing video content from musicians, news organisations and TV networks.
Research indicates stricter rules around phone use in schools may improve test scores.
Face of Dunedin's successful Gigatown campaign welcomes debate over ultrafast broadband.
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