Wanaka is the latest New Zealand town to join the space race, with NASA scientists preparing for the country's biggest ever balloon launch.
A former American baseball pitcher is considering legal action after cyber bullies lashed out at his daughter with vulgar posts.
In Tech Bytes today we have smart shoes, clever cables, tomato-dispensing robots and flatpack furniture which assembles itself.
Some are saying the ultimate selfie has now been taken, because it happened 400km above earth during a spacewalk.
Relatives of Alan Turing, subject of Oscar-winning film The Imitation Game, have handed in a petition calling for the pardoning of 49,000 men prosecuted like him for homosexuality.
It's hard for organisations to discuss employment disputes in public, but is the silence on Dean Barker's apparent sacking damaging Team NZ's public image?
Young people are being recruited by the Islamic State terrorist organisation (IS) through social media outlets run by the extremists.
A Japanese food producer is hoping to convince long-distance runners that their latest invention will help get them over the finish line first.
You've seen toys, jewellery and even guns made on a 3D printer, but now they are being used for much more AAA to save kids' lives.
There's scepticism that Mars One's one-way mission to the so-called red planet will even get off the ground.
An inventor from Hong Kong has come up with a new idea that allows you to create a table or chair out of a book.
Valentine's Day is today, and if you don't have a special person to celebrate with, now you can invent one AAA a new site is offering customers an invisible boyfriend or an invisible girlfriend.
With Valentine's Day approaching this weekend, a special love-themed science chat is in order.
Researchers have come up with a new smartphone app aimed at keeping teen drivers safe.
The boss of Twitter has admitted his company is failing the victims of online trolling in a leaked email.