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If your goal for this year's Te Wiki o te Reo Māori has been to incorporate a few new words into your vocabulary, help is at hand.
An app is being developed to help New Zealand orchardists and farmers decide the best time for outdoor burning, following a high number of complaints made to a regional council about burning vegetation.
Google is preparing a version of its search engine for China that blocks results Beijing considers sensitive, according to people familiar with the situation.
Social media network Instagram made a more aggressive push into the "media" side of its business earlier this week, hosting a splashy launch for a new service for long-form video called IGTV.
Imagine finding a counselling service, a cultural group, or a GP near your house with just the touch of a button.
To understand why it's so hard to pry yourself free from your phone, Facebook account and Twitter, you need to know about Burrhus Frederic Skinner's pigeons.
Ford's turning its attentions to bikers who find themselves troubled by navigation apps on the busy streets.
A Kiwi-designed online game blew away its competition to become the top-selling paid app in the world on Friday.
They didn't know much more about bees than "they sting and it hurts", but now three Southland girls could take their research to an international stage.
There's plenty going on in New Zealand's biggest city. If you live in Auckland, you'll want to know about it.
Most Americans think autonomous cars will be quite common within 15 years, though 74 per cent of people say they don't expect to have one and two-thirds say they wouldn't want to walk or ride a bicycle anywhere near one.
Tech giant Apple is so far ahead of the ball it has 'opened' Wellington's Transmission Gully two years ahead of schedule.
Technology was crucial in saving a man's life after he was seen stumbling and sickly down a busy Wellington street.
New Zealand has the highest rate of family violence in the developed world. The United Nations regularly expresses concerns over our levels of violence against women and children. But the figures remain daunting. Now, police are standing up and taking a different approach, Kirsty Lawrence reports.
Is it laziness or efficiency? Smart home gadgets are increasingly becoming the must-have accessory and the phone is the master remote. Here's how to run the house from your couch.
After CEO Tim Cook admitted last summer that Apple was indeed working on self-driving car technology, the company largely has remained mum on details. But with state permits to operate 55 autonomous cars in California US, it seems the iPhone maker could be ready to try out some of its autonomous car tech on public roads.
Forget debates and rallies. Elections in India are now fought and won on WhatsApp, the Facebook-owned messaging app that is used by millions of people here to make calls, chat and share information.