Information Technology

The sensor will keep track of vital information to assist in dieting.

New tooth sensor monitors everything you eat

Struggling to keep track of what you're putting in your mouth? Here's the answer.

Newshub tested the app on Kanye, The Edge radio host Dom Harvey's sydney silky pup.

Kiwi duo create Snapchat for your dog

Kiwi duo create Snapchat style app complete with filters exclusively for dogs

This comes after Trump tweeted that he had a "much bigger" nuclear button than North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.

Twitter won't block world leaders

This comes after Trump tweeted that he had a "much bigger" nuclear button than Kim Jong Un.

Mark Zuckerberg has admitted Facebook makes "too many errors".

Mark Zuckerberg vows to fix Facebook

He's admitted the company currently makes "too many errors".

Information Technology

How to beat online scammers

Netsafe has created an AI programme that can scam the scammers.

Florence, Italy - May 2, 2011:, and web site on lcd screen. The three site are the most famous porn streaming website on the web for erotic content.

PornHub users targeted by malicious malware

The virus was transmitted via fraudulent advertising material on the site.

Malcolm Turnbull.

Laws of Australia trump maths - Aussie PM

"The laws of mathematics are very commendable, but the only law that applies in Australia is the law of Australia."

Here are five high-paying jobs that don't need  qualification.

The highest and lowest-paying jobs in NZ

Many of the highest-paying jobs appear to be within the information technology sector, while the lowest include retail and hospitality.

The deal is simple - a cash payment for a fake job (Getty)

Immigration fraudsters offer cash for fake jobs

Immigration NZ is investigating a cash for fake jobs scam, where business owners are offered bribes to help students acquire visas.

Kiwi Connection opened in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

NZ tech hub Kiwi Connection opens in Vietnam

New Zealand technology hub Kiwi Connection has been opened in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.

Information Technology

'Sharks in the Park' app helps keep kids fit

One Kiwi company has come up with a way to get kids exercising while they play on their iPads. It involves a shark and a park.


Smartphone sales pick up globally

Global smartphone sales have gained in the third quarter after major vendors ramped up special deals and financing to attract buyers.

Steven Joyce (Simon Wong / 3 News)

Govt to fund ICT schools

The Government will spend $28.6 million on three technology-focused graduate schools in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch over the next four years.