Imagine a world where your micro movements and fingerprints unlock your most sensitive information. We're there.
He's a dad who works in the technology sector, but he's kick-started a movement calling on parents to ditch their cellphones.
Facebook is responding to tightening privacy laws with a tool that allows users to transfer photos from the social network to Google Photos.
Police have revealed they are "working actively" to better track crimes motivated by hatred, but details about how or when changes will take place remain unclear.
"Surprising, disappointing": new research shows online abuse has increased over the past year.
Kiwis like Jake Bailey are targeted by snake oil salesmen, with little protection. Why is the Government taking so long to act?
A private investigator can likely find your address in seconds - just from what you have filled in online.
Shocked and heartbroken friends rally to support American couple badly burned on Whakaari/White Island.
NZBlood asks Kiwis to help replenish their stocks amid high usage of AB+ blood, following the Whakaari/White Island eruption.
More young people are meeting online friends in person. Is that something to be worried about?
With more than 90 per cent of young adults using streaming services, the future of traditional TV looks bleak.
Facebook adopts new tools requiring reader input to help stop celebrity-bait advertisements.
Reluctant NZ telcos block access to a banned video game promoting terrorism.