Ukrainian vlogger climbs the world's tallest building, then throws his new iPhone 7 plus off it.
Part of the crowd at a large event? Chances are you're being tracked.
In the two years since the heyday of Yik Yak, Whisper and Secret, most apps have slowed down or closed.
Nougat, Google's latest update of its Android smartphone software, isn't particularly flashy; you might not even notice what's different about it at first.
The UK Advertising Standards Authority is looking at whether the game's advertising was misleading.
Online education startup Udacity promises to give the next generation of VR developers the skills they need.
The company is handing over production of the phones to overseas partners while it focuses on software.
As ever, it's a case of convenience and consistency versus freedom and flexibility.
Africa has welcomed the Google and WWF initiative which aims to protect wild animals.
You can now connect to the internet at any airport thanks to a handy website and app.
Snapchat Spectacles could become the first piece of high-tech headgear that people want to wear and feel comfortable being around.
Suitors are hovering over the social network where growth has slowed and losses continue to mount.
Security experts worry that the record-breaking haul of password data could be used to open locks up and down the web.
Xiaomi revealed a plus-sized device with dual cameras and a pressure-sensitive screen that's less than half the price of an iPhone.
The Mavic Pro is the size of a water bottle, has a 4K camera and the ability to track a person on the ground.
OPINION: An all hearing, all seeing badge worn by workers could leave you with nowhere to hide.
Twitter could sell for up to US$16 billion and there could be some serious interest.
This is a tedious and under-developed game which does nothing for future farmer recruitment in NZ.
The company wants to use its apps to interpret data and turn it into advice for users, doctors and others.
I really like my smartphone, but this week I felt like throwing it at brick wall.
OPINION: McLaren may have denied it is in talks with Apple about producing cars, but such a deal could work.
US spies are catching up to the masses in their gradual embrace of 21st-century technology.
I've got an idea for a great game, just like a million other people, so what do I do next?
The world's most prestigious camera maker latest device will only cost $420.
Renault and Nissan bring in Microsoft to develop cloud-based navigation, maintenance and software updates.
The game needs to evolve to have real staying power - just like its namesake digital creatures.
Tech that may allow phones, tablets and smartwatches to be powered from across a room could arrive next year.
Siri is slightly improved, but only if you take the time to enunciate correctly and slowly.
Of all the personal information people tend to give out willy-nilly on the internet, birthdate is perhaps the most ubiquitous.
Apple's lightning-to-3.5mm audio adaptor is about to become a necessary evil.
A major survey showed 33 per cent of people not made any voice calls in the past week.
Sending a selfie a day will help keep the blues away - but snapping another type of photo is even better.
YouTube video shows how to add a "heaphone jack" on the iPhone 7 - but it's not all that it seems.
Not only are they moving into the wearable tech market, they've also changed their name too.
Ailsa McLennan's Kelvinator has been going for 56 years. And the $10k Samsung Family Hub?
Start-up wristwatch business Limitless is on track to raise more than $30,000 in cash.
OPINION: Forget Facebook - neighbour networking apps are the future.
Australian investigation into likes of Uber and Airbnb may not be mirrored in NZ.
COMMENT: Google's AI-powered smart messaging app Allo aims to be your new virtual best friend.
The mystery of the murdered 12-year-old boy and the groundbreaking Kiwi forensic tool that can't be used.
Yahoo confirms the account information of half a billion people was stolen in what's being called the 'biggest breach ever'.
New rules of the road for robot cars could lead to the eventual extinction of the human driver.
Image purported to be a copy of US first lady's passport published along with White House staffer's personal emails.
It can be shockingly nasty, but can online shaming also get men to give up their train seats?
Can the Apple watch's new Breathe app, or any app, help us find mindfulness in today's high-tech world?
Aussies told not to use unsolicited USB drives after harmful flash drives were dropped in Melbourne letterboxes.
China's Tiangong 1 is out of control. No one knows when, or where it will crash land.
Dates are set for the 'first phones built by Google', so what might we expect?
OPINION: Why there is something not quite right about Snapchat's popular butterfly halo.
Taiwan asks Google to blur images showing what appear to be military installations.
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