Local Focus: Covid card experiment underway in Ngongotahā
Te Arawa's Covid card has the potential to save lives. Made with funding from NZ On Air.
Contact tracing app could be key to ending lockdown
But privacy concerns have been raised by academics in Australia.
Local Focus: GPS is great for fishing... and for finding people
Too few boaties know what they are doing at sea. Made with funding from NZ On Air.
How to win the battle against that box of tangled cords and wires
Enough faffing. Here's what to do with those old cables, plugs and other tech stuff.
Something old, something new: Apple analyst predicts what's to come
Two beloved designs to make a comeback next year, and a despised one to disappear.
AirPod rivals give consumers an earful as they try to catch up to Apple
Apple is leading with AirPods that don't look like giant Mentos.
Microsoft's new foldable phone: Why exec threw it on the ground
He was trying to make a point.
Dad praised online after hurling daughter's phone off balcony
A British dad has won fans after his drastic action to get his daughter off her phone.
The unhealthy selfie - Why your smartphone is out to get you
Mobile phones can be a real pain in the neck ... and the hands, eyes and ears.
Gamers look to the cloud but consoles stay in control
At the very heart of the $206b gaming market, the console wars have raged for decades.
Sky Net: US police are using Chinese facial recognition tech on citizens
China is exporting its cutting-edge facial recognition across the Pacific.
CES 2019: 'Family tech' gadgets appeal to parental anxiety
Why the latest gadgets unveiled for parents spark warning from psychologist.
We're ready for the next big thing in tech - and it's not a fridge
We have definitely hit peak smartphone, so what next?