Kiwis get free antivirus software

Kaspersky Lab has announced it was rolling out a free version of its antivirus software across the globe.

Is it a TV or a picture?

10:44am Samsung's new television which looks like a picture frame is now available in New Zealand.

Improve privacy in Windows 10

You can decide just how much of your information Windows 10 tracks and shares.

Cheaper, wireless Oculus coming

9:59am Facebook is taking another stab at turning its Oculus Rift virtual reality headset into a mass-market phenomenon.

Glove translates sign language

Researchers outfitted a golf glove with the electronics needed to track a signing hand.

Student creates third thumb

The thumb sits below the little finger, opposite its natural counterpart, and straps on a like a watch.

Review: Vodafone's budget phones

Budget phones have come a long way in a short amount of time.

Don't close apps to save battery

A look at Apple's laptops

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