A new augmented reality game encourages children to uncover mythical creatures and New Zealand legends.
Software updates are a mix of excitement and resentment.
The popular torrent site secretly added a feature that sapped users' CPU to mine cryptocurrency.
Everyone wants a shiny new phone, but not everyone needs one.
Virtual reality holds the promise of putting fans right in the middle of the sporting action.
While you're grateful for things like Google Maps and Netflix, something feels off.
Traditional anti-bullying methods on cyberbullying haven't worked, and experts are stumped.
Scan today's headlines and it's easy to see it's a scary time in the digital age.
"Inventions" that already exist are becoming a kind of a running theme in Silicon Valley products.
So who would you vote for, if this election was just about technology policy?
She's only a few weeks old and has two photos on her account, but she's probably got more followers than you.
Moving to a new email service isn't difficult but it does involve making a few decisions.
It's bad in an emergency, but no issues with teens and too much screen time.
The XZ Premium will likely appeal to anyone who likes their devices to have a bit of bling.
What is Apple going to name its new iPhones 12 months from now?
Apple wants it's stores to become town squares but critics aren't sure the idea will work.
A whiff of dystopian creepiness has long wafted in the air whenever facial recognition has come up.
A new book offers insights and tips for parents to tackle the problem of kids addicted to tech.
We can't continue to rely on charitable trusts to implement our digital future. It's time for the government to step up too.
OPINION: Allowing artificial restrictions to be placed on content availability is infuriating.
Robots will begin replacing teachers within the next 10 years as part of a revolution in one-to-one learning.
A look at the world's craziest hacking methods.
Facebook shows it's willing to spend big money for sporting events to keep users engaged on its platform.
Virtual reality risks going the way of 3D TV, namely nowhere.
Netflix is great but I often feel overwhelmed by the huge number of shows to choose from.
Nothing has happened in the past year to make jack-free smartphones any more convenient or necessary.
False stories spread farther when they were initially aimed at poorly informed people.
Filter bubbles, uncivil behaviour and online egoism contribute to the poor state of the internet.
It was only after escaping from North Korea that student learnt about Google, Facebook and the internet.
Google is bringing augmented reality to even more phones, and it arrives on iPhones next month.