3D Touch is the standout reason to buy the new iPhone, but barely any apps use it. Here's why.
Choosing a console will depend on the preferences of the users. Here's the advantages of all three.
Yahoo has starred in a decade-long soap opera as it struggles to return to its glory days.
Engineers create droid that could replace firefighters, soldiers and bomb disposal experts
Online fraud spikes during the holiday shopping season, but there are easy ways to avoid it.
The NSA programme is shut down 14 years after it was started in secret.
Coffee may be your mind-sharpening tool of choice, but some of Silicon Valley's brightest brains are relying on something substantially stronger.
Flying cars? Hovercraft? The Ministry of Transport reveals its predictions.
Tech is one of the most popular types of presents you can give at Christmas, but buying gadgets for others can be tough.
Big brands are continually looking to find the best ways to reach their audience, and it seems Periscope is the latest tool.
OPINION: The day I gave up social media, I went on Facebook three times.
The new form of wireless tech has clocked in at speeds of up to 224 gigabits per second.
This year, many, many things have happened online that were bad or annoying or depressing.
Veteran gamers are rejoicing at the news Sony is working on a way to play PlayStation 2 games on PlayStation 4 consoles.
The new feature debuted this week and enables users to see more than just one or two vantage points of a moment.
Driver with beer in one hand and phone in the other is among thousands caught.
Internet giant off with popular tourism route estimate.
Say bye bye bootcamp and hello to yummy mummies, fitbits and streamed gym classes.
The saga of the bouncer, the Royal and the Supreme Court has wider legal implications, experts say
An New Plymouth entrepreneur hopes a new form of transport will take over the coastal walkway.
Space-mad Amazon boss is another step towards opening up the cosmos to the masses.
The Dead or Alive series has come under fire for its sexualised female character designs and "boob physics" sliders.
Vodafone apologises for a network fault that left Wellington without internet access.
HeartBuds is a listening device that resembles a regular stethoscope.
This wasn't the first death hoax involving Drake - he was the victim of hoaxes twice in 2012.
As companies rush to dominate the digital assistant market, debate continues over whether they should be sassy a woman or a machine.
There are conflicting accounts about the success of one of the biggest games of the year.
Sony wants to keep the worst cyberattack in American corporate history squarely in the rear-view mirror.
An encrypted app called Telegram has been adopted by IS as its preferred platform for messaging.
Online shoppers buying items worth less than $100 could pay $65 in customs and postal fees, NZ Post warns.
How the latest entrant to the New Zealand mobile phone market stack up?
Kiwis are increasingly aware of cybercrime, but are overconfident in their ability to avoid it, a study shows.
If you're gobsmacked by the astronomical cost of hiring a videographer for your big day, then here's your solution.
Data is everything.
Some Yahoo Mail users can't see their emails until they turn off ad-blocking software.
Technology is often blamed for distracting us, but can it also be used to make us more focused on our lives?
An art exhibition inspired by 80s video games is entrancing gamers young and old.
Weak physical sales of Halo 5 and Star Wars: Battlefront are hurting the company.
The game has a lot of expectations to live up to, but it didn't completely deliver.
You can get a Star Wars theme for Google apps including Maps, Gmail, search and YouTube.
Your next camera could be a 3D, 180-degree virtual-reality device.
The co-founder of Instagram says video and "teleportation" are the future of the app.
Asian automakers are opening up a new front in the contest to define the future of cars.
Dotcom extradition hearing wraps up.
Afro Samurai 2: The Revenge of Kuma has been cut short and pulled from sale due to being "a failure".
Kiwis can now get details about earthquakes through Google services on their phone and computer.
Telecommunications Users Association says it is the kind of 'innovation' it wants to see.
In-demand Apple products such as Beats headphones and iOS accessories like chargers and cables are ripe targets for counterfeiting.
Twitter users who've carelessly shared their phone numbers online are apparently falling victim to a unique new spam attack.
"Complex" computer terms listed in a 30-year-old guide are now common to most people.
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