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No longer just a hi-tech toy - drones are becoming an indispensable tool in helping understand the lay of the land.
IBM pitted a computer against two human debaters in the first public demonstration of artificial intelligence technology it's been working on for more than five years.
Alexander Reben has a knack for identifying malevolent potential in things that might otherwise appear mundane.
Chinese technology company ZTE has halted its main operations after US authorities banned it from doing business with American suppliers.
It's hard to imagine sea level rising and creeping over city streets, but if you live in Wellington you don't have to.
REVIEW: In the mid-80s, while the American video game market was oversaturated and dying, folks in Australia, New Zealand and Europe were enjoying a golden age of microcomputers, led by the awesome Commodore 64.
Exactly one year ago, New York resident Roman Cochet swapped his US$500 (NZ$680) iPhone 7 for a US$30 LG flip phone.
Apple is working on touchless gesture control and curved screens for future iPhones, projects that may help the company differentiate its most-important product in an increasingly crowded market, according to people with knowledge of the matter.
Samsung's brand-new Galaxy S9 smartphone may have a problem: Some users are reporting an unresponsive touchscreen.
It's an exciting time for smartphone fanatics. The major flagship phones continue to dominate, like the Samsung Galaxy phones and Apple iPhones, but there are a lot of great options across a wide array of price points these days.
You frame the shot, hold your breath and hit record, only to find later that the video you just shot shakes so violently you could get motion sickness just by viewing what you've created.
Three giant companies each claims to make the best smartphone camera, but I didn't take anyone's word for it. All I needed is a three-way selfie stick.