NZ police seize $140m from Russian 'computer genius'
Bank funds frozen in prosecution of Bitcoin exchange accused of money laundering billions.
Police seize $6.7m cryptocurrency from alleged movie pirate
Computer programmer living in Hamilton man alleged to profited $2m from illegal downloads.
Core group of world leaders to attend Jacinda Ardern-led Paris summit
PM hoping for a global initiative to stop terrorist content on social media platforms.
Govt productivity report slammed for underplaying ICT sector
The Government's ICT report is under fire.
Learning local: Students find links to climate change in Whitianga estuary
No one knew the answers when Whitianga students started investigating their local estuary.
Amazon advertises for NZ staff - but it's not what you might think
Multinational giant after Auckland and Wellington staff.
Holidays Act nightmare: 34,000 workers paid out $18.9m so far
Payroll staff low paid, over-tasked as spotlight grows on Holidays Act underpayments.
Google employee found dead inside NYC headquarters
A 23-year-old Google worker has been found dead at his work space by a janitor.
Chorus probes claims of 'improper behaviour' by broadband contractors
Chorus wouldn't comment on the exact nature of the allegations.
'I'd drink water made from faeces every day': Bill Gates
The billionaire has taken a jar of human excrement on stage.
Students attack school websites in new form of 'fire alarm'
Attacking school websites is "replacing the act of pulling the school fire alarm".
Microsoft co-founder's $40b estate: who gets a slice?
Important questions loom about which of Paul Allen's assets are likely to be wound up.