Kiwi XP use drops


Trade Me says the proportion of its visitors using Windows XP computers has dipped below 10 per cent for the first time.

Apple environmental initiative

Company highlights the ways it is increasing its reliance on alternative power sources and sending less electronic junk to landfills.

Police selfie campaign backfires

New York police didn't quite get the response they were hoping for after asking users to post photos of themselves with officers.

Vevo viewership hits six billion


Online music hub has seen a nearly 50 per cent increase in the number of videos streamed each month from its platform.

Conference plots post-NSA net

Two-day Net Mundial conference in Sao Paulo will discuss cyber security and how to safeguard privacy and freedom of expression online.

Internet bill of rights passes

Brazil Senate unanimously approves groundbreaking legislation guaranteeing equal access to the internet.

Big hopes for big data

Uncapped plans short on details

Possible features of Amazon phone

Report says Amazon is planning to release a smartphone, prompting industry analysts and blogs to muse about what the device might offer.

Is your computer listening?

The idea of a "Natural User Interface" is finally coming to life with new-generation devices.

Stop, iPhone thief!

Time to stop hating Glass

Digital eyes show your emotions

Can't be bothered to show anyone what you're thinking? A Japanese scientist has the answer.

Apple, Google vie to offer exclusives

Companies wooing game developers to ensure that top titles like arrive on their operating systems first.

Why fanboys act like jerks

The modern fanboy is often offensive, small-minded, loud-mouthed and impressively unreasonable.

Lego tie-in comes up short

Playstation 4 sales top 7 million

Awesome blockbuster fun

With The Lego Movie finally out in New Zealand theatres, we dive into the game based on the film.

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