A software update to iOS and macOS should be downloaded right now.
The app asks for a list of user's strengths, remembers responses, and offers encouragement.
OPINION: It's the silly season for financial predictions about Apple Inc. With history as our guide, it is folly to place much faith in them?
It's a little bit Pinterest and little bit Instagram, and its aim is to get users to spend more money.
Can't remember you personal identification number? No problem, just whip out your thumb.
A new documentary explores the contradictions of Kim Dotcom.
OPINION: New Zealand can't rest on its laurels when it comes to digital technology, Mike O'Donnell writes.
They're popular, they're usually free, and they're fun.
Two overseas students have been brought in by Labour to help whip the party's campaign into shape.
Transport pioneer Elon Musk gets "verbal approval" for radical underground hyperloop system.
Robot swims through radiation that could kill humans instantly to capture images of damaged Japanese nuclear plant.
A woman passed out on Disney's new multi-sensory ride, designed by Weta.
The man who revolutionised the mobile phone has been the subject of a book and film. Now there's an opera.
Received parenting wisdom says screens are bad - now experts argue it can actually benefit kids.
It seems carmakers can't afford to to ignore Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. But one small group is going to try.
Watery death of US security robot seized upon by internet as metaphor for our times.
If the rumours are true, the big question is will anybody buy it, after the Note 7 disaster.
Louis Vuitton's Tambour Horizon starts at $3400, about eight times the price of an entry-level Apple Watch.
It's the size of a sawn-off drink can, it weighs 260g and it's been given the catchy name of SRS-XB10.
Cut from the original game for being way too difficult, the level Stormy Ascent has finally been released.
Former time lord will hunt undead Nazis in the next blockbuster Call of Duty game.
The Ataribox is coming, promising classic and current gaming content. But it's not coming soon.
There was a time when the NZ censor would cut out bits of film and sew it back together. Now the censor is transformed for the digital age.
International Skype exchange broadens understanding and builds bridges.
Facebook Stories flopped, user engagement has stalled and the social network has become dominated by brands.
The new feature that helps you find a free wi-fi spot is handy but it comes at a price.
Expect fewer clickbait stories, sensationalist websites and misinformation in your News Feed.
Beleaguered music streaming service's last day in New Zealand will be July 31.
Move your way through the percussionists or stand next to the conductor, it's just like the real deal.
Could this be the leading platform for Kiwis to find tradespeople?
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