9:00 AM European Copyright Directive has internet advocates up in arms.
Medicine is the last bastion for a nearly-200 year old machine.
Company warns 21,000 customers their logons are on dark web.
More than 360 Christchurch students will be given free wi-fi access at their homes in a new scheme aiming to help "bridge the digital divide".
Directions are right in the palm of your hand, thanks to smartphone apps.
A coding programme taking off in Wellington opens doors for girls wanting to code.
Elderly meet grandchildren, and visit loved pets and former homes, using virtual reality.
US women say filters stopped them seeing job ads in male-dominated fields like software.
Neighbours can be forced to remove trees blocking broadband, High Court rules.
OPINION: New operating system will make your device faster, easier to use.
Cyber security agency helps fix US product vulnerably and mend Kiwi online store.
SpaceX founder Elon Musk reveals Yusaku Maezawa will be the first paying tourist on a trip around the moon.
International space organisation Nasa is looking for four Kiwi students to join their internship programme.
ACC computers to master small talk.
Communicating with animals has been a favourite theme since Doctor Dolittle, but now it could become reality.
Apple knows customers won't be put off by the ever-rising cost of new iPhones.
This is not a smartphone for the average user.
OPINION: The fight for the future of the camera market kicked into high gear recently after Nikon announced two new models.
The thing people want most from a new smartphone is often a longer lasting battery.
The teen is alleged to have pretended to work for a model and talent agency.
Kiwi politicians go wild on social media – experts reckon it's just textbook behaviour.
Twitter is permanently banning the right-wing conspiracy theorist and his Infowars show for abusive behavior.
It started with a hobby posting inspirational quotes - now 18-year-old Josh Ryan is in demand advising top US firms.
The solution to improve your reo could be in the palm of your hand.
The app is expected to be ready by next year, and is being developed with industry reps.
Google are developing a search engine for China that blocks results Beijing considers sensitive.
Two Wellington entrepreneurs have developed a digital trail of breadcrumbs to help people settle into a new city.