A new study has shown that trying to do too much at once or multitasking could actually be damaging your intelligence.
A university student in North Carolina is creating inexpensive prosthetic hands for children using a 3D printer.
An Australian television reporter's piece-to-camera ended painfully when he was hit in the head by a skateboard.
The last America's Cup saw Oracle make one of the most remarkable comebacks in sporting history.
Christchurch invention the Martin Jetpack has made its first major sale to a United States company.
If you're lost for Xmas gift ideas, have no fear - Gorilla Technology chief technical officer Paul Spain has some.
The Pentagon has long said its nuclear forces are its highest priority, but a new review has made that claim sound farcical.
A low-battery probe uploading data from a distant comet is working against the clock to complete its work.
It is estimated there is a shortage of around 15,000 people in the fields of IT and engineering.
A European probe has made the first-ever landing on a comet in a quest to explore the origins of the Solar System.
The European Space Agency has ordered a probe to attempt the first landing on a comet and investigate one of the great mysteries of the Solar System.
Will our gadgets soon not go in our pocket, but in our brains or bodies instead?
In the largest ever crackdown of its kind, the Silk Road 2.0, which was like the eBay of illegal drugs, has been shut down by the FBI.
First man invented the wheel then he invented the Air Wheel.
Spies from the GCSB and the NSA have responded to claims they're illegally collecting mass personal information from Kiwis.
Tech companies who provide online platforms for IS are under attack, accused of hindering government surveillance.
In the last two months, four different space rockets have exploded, but scientist Dr Michelle Dickinson says everyone involved in the projects knows the risks.
A Christchurch man has designed a smartphone app he hopes will combat taggers and graffiti.