TOM PULLAR-STRECKER - © Fairfax NZ NewsMicrosoft will stop supporting Windows XP in one month, so what are the options for people still using the operating system.
HADYN GREENThief is back. Lock your doors, check your wallets, and stay in brightly lit areas. But has it been worth the wait?
JENNA GOTTLIEBPlayers can choose among more than 400 categories that range from questions about sports to literature to pop culture.
A bizzare chase ensues when man thought to be the creator of Bitcoin goes to lunch.
Privacy advocates have asked US regulators to halt Facebook's US$19b acquisition of messaging service.
Walt Disney to reduce the number of games it develops and alter its advertising strategy to focus more on mobiles.
Judge rejects Apple's request for a permanent sales ban in the USA against some older Samsung smartphones.
Shaq launches campaign for follow-up to infamous 1994 game, considered one of the worst ever made.
Singapore death of American CEO of a virtual currency exchange is a suspected suicide.
Scammers broaden their targets by using Student Job Search to get young people to hand over bank details.
Communications Minister won't scrap roll-out of ultrafast broadband in Wellington and Christchurch.
Sorry, folks - there's no Back to the Future II-style hoverboard on the horizon.
NZ phone plans are reasonably priced but mobile broadband is still expensive on its own, Commerce Commission says.
Getty Images will give more than 40 million of its stock photos away for free.
While some are simply activists or teen hackers looking for kicks, more and more come from gangs and nation states.
JEREMY WAGSTAFF - ReutersCrowdsourced investigations have uncovered little in the way of real evidence about what happened to bitcoin exchange.
MATTHEW HALL - Sydney Morning HeraldComputer science should be taught to children as young as five, says toy robotics start-up.
CHRIS GARDNER - © Fairfax NZ NewsA Hamilton marketing business is under investigation after police received two complaints about a video it posted online.
A “digital content levy” could bail out the news media industry, Coalition for Better Broadcasting says.
NOEL RANDEWICH - ReutersBitcoin backers the Winklevoss twins have used the virtual currency to buy tickets into space on Virgin Galactic.
MATTHEW CODDNew details revealed include a drivable Batmobile, new villain, and a lack of multiplayer.
ReutersSocial network will delete posts offering to buy or sell guns without background checks.
Reports the social network is in talks to buy Titan Aerospace, a maker of solar-powered drones.
TOM PULLAR-STRECKER - © Fairfax NZ NewsAcademic says a proposed 'digital content levy' of 1 per cent would raise about $50m to $60m annually and “hardly be noticed” by consumers.
MAHESH SHARMAPeople become intimate and develop trust much faster through thumb-based communication.
The accidental leak of Labour's ICT strategy to the opposition turns out to be a blunder from David Cunliffe's office.
US officials file a lawsuit alleging Sprint Communications overbilled government agencies $25 million for wiretapping services.
LIONEL LAURENT - ReutersMore than 400 people have signalled they will join a class action against Mt Gox, British-based law firm says.
Many Americans are lost when it comes to tech-related terms, with 11 per cent saying they thought HTML was an STD.
Telecom is bristling at the suggestion Labour could impose a "content levy" on internet providers.
Warner Bros has announced Arkham Knight, the third Batman game by the studio behind Arkham Asylum.
ALASTAIR SHARP - ReutersSocial networking website Meetup.com fighting a sustained battle against cyber-criminals demanding US$300.
App aims to help kids manage their emotions, cope with stress, even deal with bullies.
Party wants to supply tablet or laptops to pupils of low decile schools.
ALAN BELLDespite earlier confirmations to the contrary, Ubisoft now says that the game will be edited here.
JOSEPH MENN - ReutersElectronic spying tools used by the US government could end up in the hands of organised criminals and hackers, industry leaders warn.
Ellen's Oscar night "biggest selfie in history" appear to in fact be a marketing stunt.
Bitcoin exchange blames theft through hacking for its losses and claims to be looking into it.
Gadget maker unveils a new, integrated iPhone voice-control system for car drivers.
BEN GRUBBInternet veteran teaches at Victoria University and is the bearer of one of only 14 keys holding the web secure.
About 2500 Telecom customers in Auckland, Tauranga and Napier are unable to connect to the internet.
Scammers have sent out fake emails purporting to be from NZ Post in an effort to compromise people’s computers.
Some may call it Plants of Duty; others Battlefield Vs Zombies. I like to think of it as My First Online Shooter.
TOM PULLAR-STRECKER - © Fairfax NZ NewsConsumer NZ, InternetNZ and the Telecommunications Users Association say Chorus' advisers should not be allowed to model copper costs.
HAYDEN WALLES - © Fairfax NZ NewsHayden Walles explains the difference in chip design for computers and mobile devices.
ANICK JESDANUNOrganisation in charge of internet addresses is pushing a major expansion in domain name suffixes.
ANICK JESDANUNMobile World Congress highlights what the tech industry has loosely termed "the internet of things".
ALEXEI ORESKOVIC - ReutersApple TV no longer a hobby as company invests heavily in next generation of products.
Government looking at how to fill in gaps left by the urban and rural broadband initiatives ahead of the election.
ANICK JESDANUNAndroid X line emphasises keeping prices low, making the user interface relatively simple.
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