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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.
OPINION: Reading a paperback novel or magazine is a rare chance to unplug from the digital world and immerse yourself in a great story.
High school "confession" pages on social media are being used by teenagers who target others with "pretty nasty stuff", an anti-bullying group says.
Thousands of Chinese users have pledged to delete the country's most popular ride-hailing app after another woman was allegedly murdered while using its Hitch car-pooling service.
When Bob Dylan arrived in New Zealand this weekend, the 77-year-old music heavyweight brought with him his own set of rules.
âSomewhere in Western Australia, a government IT employee is probably laughing or crying or pulling their hair out, or maybe all of the above.
The rise of dating apps such as Tinder appear to be helping Kiwis open up about their feelings, with one in five people admitting to using phones or apps to confess their love for the first time.
Developments in virtual reality could herald the sexual revolution's next quantum leap. Exciting or horrifying? That depends on your perspective.
An Australian private schoolboy who repeatedly broke into Apple's secure computer systems is facing criminal charges after the technology giant called in the FBI.
Google wants to know where you go so badly that it records your movements even when you explicitly tell it not to.