It comes amid rising concerns that social media abuse could lead to real-life violence.
Police investigating online death threats against high-profile Auckland councillor
TVNZ1’s consumer advocacy show took a look at how long your home appliances should be expected to last.
Fair Go's reasonably definitive guide to appliance life spans
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Huawei says revenue will be $46 billion below forecast
UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres met with Climate Change Minister James Shaw.
Greenhouse gas emissions: Climate scientist warns of dangers ahead
I NEWS takes the pulse of the farming industry on the last day of NZ's biggest agricultural show.
Fence posts made of recycled plastics - Fieldays home to some remarkable Kiwi innovations
Olio is a revolutionary food-sharing app where neighbours can list surplus food.
Sharing is caring: The food-sharing app taking New Zealand by storm
Government investing almost $5 million into cutting edge cancer treatment research
Some of the money will be spend on three new buildings.
Callaghan Innovation's Lower Hutt facility gets $75 million taxpayer funded upgrade
Melbourne to trial electric flying taxi service, Uber Air
Glennis’ $2500 Asko oven broke down after just six years, much sooner than it should have.
How long should an appliance last before being replaced?
Kim Dotcom and three others face major copyright charges in the US over the Megaupload site.
Kim Dotcom makes final appeal against extradition to US
Robots coming to South Korea's vibrant coffee culture
Vehicle access to the coastal township is impossible because many of the roads leading there have been utterly destroyed.
Google Maps launches new feature to help Kiwi drivers following major earthquakes
Choice boasts much lower fees than other options on the market.
Online rival to PayWave proving popular in Wellington
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Government eyes tax on digital platforms such as Uber, Instagram
Apple kills off iTunes after almost two decades, announces map app makeover
The $4 million first prize was awarded to GEBCO-NF for the work of its vessel
NZ-led team wins competition for $4 million ocean mapping
Google's activities under scrutiny by US, Europe regulators
Intelligence and policy analyst Paul Buchanan explained the UK’s provisional conditions in allowing for the rollout of the network.
Huawei cuts meetings with US, sends US workers home
Keep tabs on your phone apps to avoid being tracked by 'data brokers', expert says
The ban will harm billions of consumers and directly affect American jobs, the company claims.
Huawei chief legal officer comes out swinging at US over blacklist
Frank Witowski is taking on cycling’s global players.
Nelson man looking to take self-designed e-bike to international market
The technology allows you to, for instance, train for a natural disaster from your living room.
University of Canterbury receives more than $7.5 million funding for immersive gaming research
Some argue that the filter, which Snapchat calls a "lens," could be a therapeutic tool that leads to self-discovery.
Gender filter stirs emotions for some trans people
Māori women are vastly underrepresented in the country’s fastest-growing sector.
More Māori women needed in technology sector, tech company founder says - 'who better to build for us than us?'
The US and Australia have made a similar move over the Chinese company.
Vodafone says buyers should be wary of Huawei phones as 'uncertainty' over Google software continues
Jacinda Ardern and Emmanuel Macron chaired the summit.
John Armstrong's opinion: Christchurch Call 'nothing short of a triumph' for Jacinda Ardern
A digital security expert gives the latest tips on how to avoid becoming a victim.
How to avoid being the victim of hackers targeting Kiwi loyalty schemes
The changes come in the wake of the Christchurch terrorist attack livestreamed on the platform.
Facebook's live streaming restrictions 'good first step' but more work to do - PM
Advertisers who walked away from Facebook say they’re too small to make a difference.
Facebook tightens restrictions on live streaming following Christchurch terrorist attacks