In 2016 only 39 percent of Kiwis wanted to access services online. Now it's 64 percent.
More than 500 people will gather in Auckland on Monday for the Digital Nations Summit.
It's the ultimate National Party multi-choice question is underway Adams, Bridges, or Collins?
A Twitter user has shared how to go back to the old version.
Ross is the 18yo owner and operator of Metamorphic Solutions - a software development startup.
They say the glasses can help them spot suspects in seconds.
This is despite the late legend's hatred of virtual reality.
Christians in the US are outraged, saying Google has "something against God".
Hotel visitors put on the slippers at the door and drive to their rooms.
Her provider responded, but not in the way she was hoping.
By 2020, we could have microchip implants to access our devices.
"Death Toll" features spinning weapons that can hit 6000 rpm.
It's causing phones to freeze and clog up across the country.
An anonymous user told the Gisborne 12-year-old to "die now".
Google's Arts & Culture app matches user selfies with portraits from museums around the world.
Rail authorities are taking an interesting approach to stop animal collisions on the tracks.
The makers of a new app say it'll hold up in court, but lawyers aren't so sure.