OPINION: Instagram is currently testing a new feature that hides "like" counts. That's a good thing.
Metro police apologise after hackers take over, sending out tweets such as "what you gonna do phone the police".
OPINION: The serial entrepreneur is out to rewire the human brain. Which could be good. Or bad.
Gordon Ramsey, Drake and other celebrities have tried the fun app, but concerns are raised as to how the photos are used beyond it.
The billionaire's plans to implant chips into human brains finds a sceptical audience among scientists.
Signing off an email with an emoji is likely to score you a smiley face from your workmates, new research shows.
Sport is changing, are you ready? Connect your TV to fibre for the Rugby World Cup.
Google contractors regularly listen to recordings of what people say to AI system Google Assistant, via their phones or smart speakers.
Providers pushing limits of how many subscriptions we're willing to pay for.
OPINION: JFK faking his own death and other wild conspiracy theories believed by QAnon followers distract from actual crimes they want to expose.
Secret projects and data polls help the social media giant track rumours and public sentiment, and respond to it.
Caitlin Spice has been threatened with chainsaws by online bullies, but she's not going anywhere.
OPINION: Social media can make us feel envy and distracts us from work.
OPINION: Spending on apps stores is starting to cool. Yes, you guessed it - it's all China's fault.
Kowhai Intermediate banned mobile phones last year. It's never looked back.
OPINION: An employee clicked on a link in an email. That was all it took.
OPINION: In this world of instant communication we seem to have lost use of our voice.
OPINION: Do you remember a time before SMS?
OPINION: Facebook's new currency could give you financial wings.
Young people are developing hornlike spikes at the back of their skulls, researchers suggest, because of so much time looking at screens.
Young women are sent explicit photos from strangers via the AirDrop function on iPhone.
Experts want games to have warning labels as study finds link between "loot boxes" and problem gambling.
Concerns have already been raised by regulators about Facebook's proposed money plans.
Up to 8,000 vile posts each day need moderating - but the toll on the team is growing.
OPINION: Amazon's voice assistant could soon have opinions and make decisions. Is that really a wise idea?
Uber is bringing its vision of a Jetsons-like future of battery-powered flying vehicles for the masses as soon as 2020.
iTunes is being phased out - hold on to your music.
OPINION: RIP iTunes, long live the Mac Pro. Here's all you need to know about what's coming from Apple.
Tinder is obliged to share user data in response to requests from Russian law enforcement, or risk fines.
One platform in particular is used for people to "lie about how cool they are".