Ports of Auckland says a ransomware attack on shipping giant Maersk is starting to impact its operations.
Ex-owner of company which owes customers thousands of dollars now runs dating site.
NZ appears to have got off lightly from global attack, which expert says could affect any Windows computer.
"Those boys they play with that they think are real idiots... they run companies and get better jobs than them."
New global attack strikes major infrastructure and companies in Europe, US as well as local arms of international companies in Australia.
Can you remember when you learned when to use a mouse?
Though our phones are getting smarter, new research suggests they're actually making us dumber.
Analysts are expecting record-setting sales, dwarfing the success of the wildly popular iPhone 6.
It's the biggest status update ever: Nearly a quarter of the world's population hang out on Facebook at least once a month.
The news came just hours after the music streaming service announced that its chief executive will step down.
Apple's new mobile operating system makes both the iPad and iPhone simpler to use and more productive.
EU competition watchdog slaps Google with record fine for breaching antitrust rules.
Wellington tech firm launches new app supported by Ashton Kutcher and Madonna's manager Guy Oseary.
Talking computers aren't just a thing of sci-fi for Gene Gibson.
The company is expected to release episodes in a traditional manner, instead of dropping an entire season in one go.
I was leaning toward a mirrorless model, something smaller than a traditional DSLR.
With money left in the pot, Team NZ will now be looking to create its next super high tech yacht.
I'm sure you've heard this before, but what you post online can come back and haunt you.
Getting a new phone? Put your old iPhone or Android device to good use in one of these handy roles.
If you are still using "password" as your password, here are some tips to create a better one.
Apple is putting its proprietary machines for mending cracked iPhone glass in 25 countries.
EDITORIAL: We cannot afford to be seen as a soft target and, like Airways, we need to take potential threats very seriously.
Instead of imagining what your favourite book's world looks like, an author has created an interactive app so you can explore it while you read.
Tech is everywhere in modern healthcare, but smartphones aren't. That could change soon.
It's important to keep a close eye on how much data you use with your iPhone.
A new map feature lets your friends see exactly where you are. Too creepy? Here's how to turn it off.
The practice has raised concerns among privacy watchdogs and creeped out some users.
Apple's plan to take a commission from developers threatens to undermine its prospects in China.
At Facebook, mere "sharing'' is getting old. Finding deeper meaning in online communities is the next big thing.
Planning on meeting a stranger you befriended online? Only you can guarantee your own safety.
A former Googler is the first to receive permission to build a next-generation satellite internet service.
The reason your iPhone is filling up faster can be blamed on the growing size of apps.
The attack has stopped politicians accessing emails outside Westminster.
Snapchat users, brace yourself for pizza selfies and election campaigning.
OPINION: Three rules have managed to stay useful. Appropriately, they cover irony, Nazis and porn.
New Zealand technology companies' products have been picked up by NBA teams and offshore armed forces.
We're spending more than ever before so why's it getting harder for banks to stay open?
One travel site is letting us look up flight or hotel deals using emojis to represent our destination.
The Happy Meal has had a technology makeover.
Uber boss and co-founder steps down under pressure from investors after a string of setbacks.
Women are under-represented in the technology sector but a 12-year-old girl is breaking the mould.
Round is all the rage - cylinder-shaped sound-makers that fire off good vibrations in all directions.
A city on Mars with a million inhabitants could be achievable within 50 years, space entrepreneur says.
The 65-inch X93 might cost $7000 but you do get a lot of TV for your money.
Freeing up your hands to enjoy an organic soy latte, the pram follows you around.
A date has been set for the supersonic Bloodhound to undertake its first public speed tests.
A jury found that the Facebook-owned company stole another company's computer code.
This is camera to buy if you want it to last and not be overtaken by tech advances.
A Netherlands telecom company developed the tech to protecting riders who regularly look at their phone.
The company is continuing the premium Note series despite the costly collapse of the Galaxy Note 7.
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