A petition argues that "an important group of people" is missing from the emoji family.
The economic impact an arrest might have will be on officials' minds.
The change hangs on whether the deal goes ahead.
It won't fall over, even if you're not going anywhere.
It's the first fully digital piloting solution of its kind in Australasia.
Despite frequently tweeting, the President-elect says he rarely uses email or computers.
The device is always listening but Amazon won't give up its data.
An outfit claiming to be a stock broking company is behind the spate of weird calls to New Zealanders from Canada - and it's been endorsed by Mike Tyson.
A Kiwi invention aims to solve an age-old dilemma: Finding a volume on the TV that lets you hear all the important bits but doesn't blast you away.
A team of clinicians and scientists have come up with an innovative device that could help with urine incontinence. It's effectively a fitness tracker for your pelvic floor.
Bay of Plenty drivers dubious about self-driving cars may be inclined to stay off the roads on Friday.
A Silicon Valley-led summit kicking off in Christchurch on Monday is focusing on how to use evolving technology to solve the world's problems.
Social media app Snapchat is expanding, with the release of a camera-embedded pair of sunglasses called Spectacles.
The NZ Defence Force is to start using battlefield management software after the Government approved an $11m deal with a Danish firm.
Mapping rips and currents this summer is about to get a whole lot easier with a new partnership between Surf Life Saving NZ and a local software company.