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Scrolling through Facebook was the last activity Joy Ravela did each night. The mindlessness of the task would lull her to sleep.
Apple has announced that two of its products â the iPhone X and the 13-inch MacBook Pro (non Touch Bar) â have known hardware issues. Bloomberg first reported on these issues after being posted on Apple's support pages.
Councils across the country are becoming more and more Big Brother-like in the name of consent issuing research.
OPINION: Microsoft founder Bill Gates took centre stage in Beijing this week. And in his hand wasn't the usual brushed-metal oblong that would cost you a month's wages to buy.
OPINION: At the first White House press conference following the midterm election, there was a verbal altercation between the President Donald Trump and CNN reporter Jim Acosta.
As smartphones become better at taking photos it's hard to see why anyone would want a compact camera anymore.
Addictive computer games and cyber bullying are not shining examples of how the internet can improve children's lives.
OPINION: We sat down for lunch recently at an African restaurant to celebrate an old friend's significant birthday.
Government action is needed to regulate the "extremely dangerous" marketing of junk food, alcohol and tobacco â the "holy trinity of public health".
OPINION: We live in an era of amazing opportunities and significant challenges that are increasingly tied to digital technologies. The World Economic Forum (WEF) calls this period of human history the "Fourth Industrial Revolution".
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.