A Christchurch man has designed a smartphone app he hopes will combat taggers and graffiti.
The founder of new smartphone app Kick On says it will change the way people party but police warn it will cause mayhem.
An unmanned rocket has exploded shortly after launching from a NASA facility in Virginia.
Columnist Daivd Slack and media commentator Brian Edwards discuss the Maori and Pacific programming cuts and the countryAAAs housing crises in this morningAAAs media panel.
The Queen has passed a technological milestone - sending the first royal tweet under her own name.
Scientists believe they might have detected dark matter for the first time AAA streaming from our very own Sun.
Lawyer and NetSafe chairman Rick Shera believes law changes in New Zealand would be beneficial.
The latest operating system from Apple and competing software from Google allow people to permanently lock their smartphones.
Thousands of those photos may about to be published online, and Snapchat users aren't smiling so much anymore.
To help combat the image of Silicon Valley as a boys' club, Microsoft's new boss spoke at an event celebrating women in the tech field.
Otago University says a male student faces disciplinary action over his involvement in a Facebook group that objectified women.
There has been massive backlash about the Rack Appreciation Society on Facebook.
Kim Dotcom's lawyer has accused police of treating his client and family like terrorists, and then distorting the truth to make themselves look better.
A scientist in Queensland, Australia has taken the concept a step further, with the first ever "phone app" designed to control a car.
Cyber-bullying is set to become illegal under changes proposed by the Law Commission.
While Australia and the United States move to block Chinese communication giant Huawei, a NZ commentator says the situation here is not as clear-cut.
The release of Microsoft's Windows 8 operating system is a week away, and consumers are in for a shock
The Government has completed contract negotiations with Telecom and Vodafone for the Rural Broadband Initiative (RBI).
A threat by internet activist group Anonymous to shut down Parliament's website today is being taken seriously.
The Government is considering joining an international agreement which would make posting racist messages online illegal.
A person has died in a crash between a truck and a car on State Highway 30 in Tikitere.
A group of around 20 protesters and a large papier mache fish, made in the Prime Minister's likeness, gathered outside his home on Saturday afternoon.
Online shopping continues to grow, and the BNZ's latest online retail sales index shows overseas websites are still getting a big share.
Megacoin is a digital currency with a New Zealand domain name, but it's a mystery as to who is behind it.
Happy Birthday, Facebook, you're all grown up now.
Westpac bank is trialling Apple's iBeacon, which allows them to send personalised messages to customers.
Mega's chief executive Stephen Hall is keen to make it clear Kim Dotcom is not running the company.
Documents obtained by WikiLeaks reveal Australia's banking and finance sector could soon be radically deregulated.
Kaleb Parkinson came to Campbell Live's attention after posting a 20 second video of a prank online that cost him and a colleague their jobs.