Stuff.co.nz - Digital Living
The car of the future will have powerful communication technology on board, that is something that is beyond doubt.
Police are advising parents to keep a close eye on their children's social media activity after a series of suspicious posts by a man offering money to children were made on community pages in Wellington and Auckland.
Social media giant Facebook took a day offline with the youth-led anti-bullying organisation Sticks 'n' Stones to train New Zealand's next high school Online Safety Advocates.
OPINION: I grew up in a house designed to withstand the apocalypse. I don't mean that in a "it was built really strong" kind of way, though it was made out of reinforced concrete.
Another day, another scam doing the rounds on Facebook - although this time, this one is being recycled.
Imagine returning home to Australia or New Zealand after a long-haul flight, exhausted and red-eyed.
Kiwis have lost more than $18.6 million to internet scams this year, but a cyber security expert believes the number is just the "tip of the iceberg".
The next time you're standing at the edge of a scenic cliff or on top of a waterfall, take care when you have the urge to snap a quick selfie. It could very well be the last thing you do.
In an era where we glorify speed and nearly everyone carries a computer in their pocket, it's a surprise to find vintage typewriters making a comeback.
A major hack of Facebook has snowballed into a bigger problem â 50 million Facebook accounts have been hacked and victims could also have had accounts on thousands of other services such as Tinder, AirBnB and Spotify compromised.
It has revolutionised the internet and changed the way billions live, communicate and search for information. But when Google marks its 20th birthday this week it will be a strangely muted affair.
There could be a silver lining to your next injury - the computer you talk to at ACC may have mastered the art of small talk.
A popular Reddit board dedicated to promoting and discussing the QAnon conspiracy theory was banned from Reddit for "repeated violations of the terms of our content policy", Reddit said.
OPINION: Data has the power to change lives, and not always for good. It can help us to spot inequality, drive change and allow greater understanding of the lives of New Zealanders.