ANALYSIS: Kiwi consumers are increasingly experiencing personalised, targeted manipulation online, but the law has very little to say about it.
Every time there's a Facebook scandal, you may have thought about quitting the social network. But you run into the same problem every time: where exactly should you go?
Several new Facebook features, including prompting teens to log off and take a break, comes after damning company testimony that its platforms harm children.
Apple wants to control even more of your car, with ambitious plans that would require carmakers handing over far more control of their vehicles to your iPhone.
OPINION: While Facebook’s management was apologetic, they gave no hint as to what caused the outage. A few clues point to a problem from within.
A former Facebook data scientist told Congress on Tuesday that the social network giant’s products harm children and fuel polarisation in the US while its executives refuse to make changes because they elevate profits over safety.
People with NFC-compatible phones will be able to hold their phone against a small tag, placed near QR codes, to log an entry.
Foodprint is doing its bit to combat the climate crisis by minimising surplus food by offering discounted surplus food to customers before it’s thrown out.
Before you duck out for your morning hash brown, it might pay to check on the wait time at your local fast food joint.
The app, called Eke Tangaroa, provided guidance for pōwhiri, mihimihi and pēpeha, the police’s haka, as well as waiata and karakia and pronunciation help.
The Government plans to have vaccine passports introduced by December. They've been hugely controversial across the world, but could become part of everyday life.
We wrap up the best apps, music, playlists, podcasts, and shows for Te Wiki o te Reo Māori.
In celebration of Te Wiki o te Reo Māori, social media platform TikTok is launching a new Māori content hub showcasing live performances from Six60 and Theia.
Based on your location, you can see how many vaccine appointments are available at your local vaccination clinics.
OPINION: Facebook is adamant its new “smart glasses” won’t be a privacy nightmare. But it's clearly bidding to normalise the use of wearable tech. If they go mainstream, what's next?
With Covid-19 restrictions back wreaking havoc on many businesses, one Taranaki app developer is reaping the benefits and helping with public safety.
If you’re a deep sleeper, you may not want to rely on the Google Clock app for a while.
Many references were lighthearted, but come at a time when buying a house is getting further out of the average single person's reach.
OPINION: Which software is better for your business?
The Government may have held off on making record keeping compulsory earlier because it wanted to avoid “using the stick” for as long as possible.
It's a challenge but Fieldays is working on it to comply with Government expectations around mandatory Covid Tracer app use for major events.
A website helping people plan their trips to the supermarket and testing centres outside peak hours has had a resurgence during alert level 4.
OPINION: This lockdown, however brief or long, presents an opportunity to save in technology.
Few people are going to find value paying $750 for the Oral-B iO.
The Voyager Focus 2 is a premium headset designed for working at home or in an office.
The social commentator and former gossip columnist has been permanently barred from posting about Magnolia Kitchen owner Bernadette Gee.
The Commerce Commission is using 3000 little white boxes throughout the country to help consumers get better bang for their internet buck.
The Australian broadcaster has a history of broadcasting inaccurate views of coronavirus sceptics and deniers.
OPINION: Facebook’s mission is to bring the world closer together, so why does it feel like they’re doing the opposite and what should we be doing about it?
He refused to give up his coveted Twitter handle. Then he was 'swatted' and died of a heart attack.