Intruders are causing repeated disruptions to military operations in Auckland.
Samsung is fighting to claw back Apple's head start in augmented reality by partnering with Google.
The X4 ($799) is the first smartphone in New Zealand to run Android One.
Scotland aims to lure tourists with the world's first Instagram Travel Agency.
Software was supposed to be brilliant, liberating, and fun. Instead, it's pretty terrible.
New rules for unwanted sexual advances, hate symbols, tweets that glorify violence and "creep shots".
Imagine being able to use an app on your phone to turn your kid's device when they ignore your plea to turn it off.
Google Maps showed users how many calories they could burn if they walked instead of driving.
New smartwatches offer 3G cellular support so you don't need to carry your phone with you.
Make Linda from Accounts super jealous as this hotel offers "world's first Instagram Butler".
The latest version of Windows 10 improved photo editing, security and makes it easier to contact friends.
Microsoft says its new laptops are twice as powerful as Apple's MacBook Pro.
The Pixel 2 proves how good Google has got at hardware, bolstered by artificial intelligence.
Working at the tech giant is a special type of hell ruled by the tyranny of positivity.
OPINION: Once we've created a self-conscious machine with the power to reproduce, will it want us around anymore?
And we thought online shopping was the retail revolution of our time.
New Zealand's technology industry is earning the most it ever has.
Phishing scam targeting Kiwi users' passwords is no longer active, Facebook says.
They hacked her husband's phone, threatened his life then ordered her a taxi to an iTunes store.
Huawei has launched a new flagship smartphone that has several artificial intelligence features.
Spark warns NZ customers about a new vulnerability affecting nearly every modern, protected wi-fi network.
Most drivers fudge traffic laws a bit but self-driving cars don't drive like humans and that's causing issues.
The no-holds barred run of tech giants may be coming to an end as governments and consumers push back.
They iPhone 8 line isn't flying off shelves as consumers aren't upgrading to the latest phone as frequently as they have in the past.
I have no less than 15 virtual assistants in my home but I'm not worried if Silicon Valley is listening in.
Victims of a mass phishing scam should check all their passwords, Netsafe says.
It's a farmers' market but there's no need for cash in hand.
And you thought dealing with your children's Lego collection was a nightmare.
Service brings Sky, free to air and Netflix together without needing a satellite dish.
The social network is no longer about personal experience, it's more like a war zone.