While Kiwi Esports stars are breaking through, the country's esports industry is falling behind. Even the wider gaming industry has a long way to go.
OPINION: Along with helping you find lost items, AirTags could be used to covertly track everywhere you go — and that's a problem.
Texting, calling, scrolling and even video calling while driving has been captured ahead of Government's $150 fine hike.
OPINION: Software updates aren't usually big cultural events, but Apple's iOS 14.5 – which is available to download and install now – is different.
The over-ear, wireless headphone market is a crowded one and it can be hard to differentiate between good over-ear headphones and bad ones.
From new privacy controls to a workaround for Face ID while wearing a mask, the new software is more packed than your usual .5 update.
SPONSORED: Instead of the flying cars in the movies, future technology-powered cities might look less impressive visually, but be more impressive practically.
A win by the Australian watchdog over Google's data collection could see similar litigation become more common in New Zealand.
Zachary Grant had one account to pressure and threaten young women and a second "to try to curry favour" with them, a court has heard.
OPINION: Apple becoming a dominant force in podcasting seems uncertain. The biggest hurdle it faces is the proposed cut of revenues it wants to take from podcasters.
Abbey and Money and their son Noah are the stars of The Modern Singhs.
SPONSORED: What exactly is the fibre technology that’s future-proofing our internet?
The condition will remain a feature of work life, even after employees return to the office.
SPONSORED: Why now’s the time to get ultra-fast broadband in Levin.
The social giant defends claims its algorithm is responsible for an increase of polarising and extremist content appearing in news feeds.
A Facebook exec defends the company against claims its algorithms are responsible for upticks in polarisation and extremism, but do his arguments hold up?
Squeezed out by Apple and Samsung, the South Korean phone maker says it will focus instead on robotics, electric vehicle parts and smart homes.
For one social media agency, Facebook's continuous lack of action to combat the spread of hate speech and misinformation has gone on too long.
The highly prominent positions look set to propel the cash-conscious prince to ever-more lucrative heights, as LA's most sought-after recruit.
When Covid-19 pandemic hit, climate strikers went online. But is that enough?
A team of researchers and scientists have used a marae at Bluff to create the first digital marae in New Zealand.
More managed isolation spots were made available earlier this month, but the staggered release meant some people could only see the bookings using a VPN.
Christchurch startup for hiring household goods raises $200,000 in capital investment to expand its services to Nelson, Wellington, and Tauranga.
SPONSORED: Tenancy agreement updates now make it easier for renters to connect to ultra-fast broadband.
Analysis: As vaccination programmes get underway and borders inch closer to reopening, it’s likely we’ll look to our Australian neighbours first. But will the technology allow for a seamless contact tracing transition?
SPONSORED: Remote work is on the rise. Are you set up for it?
OPINION: Hipkins and Bloomfield keep appealing to our better natures. But social media isn't built like that.
Google says it won't develop new ways to follow individual users across the Internet after it phases out existing ad-tracking technology from its Chrome browser.
“[A] couple of people are feeling the weight of 5 million people being frustrated.”
Women overseas have been blackmailing men and demanding money to prevent them sharing videos and images with family and the public.