In this week's cool and/or weird news: someone 3D prints the hyperloop, a startup launches a solar-powered drone and the Tesla model S nabs the highest safety rating of any car ever tested.
If you regularly plan events as part of your job, you probably need some kind of portable system for keeping track of everything. That’s where Super Planner comes in.
The elevator will take you 13 levels below ground, to a darkened facility. You walk in with your rifle held high, check your corners, and turn just in time to see the monstrous, alien face of your enemy before it cuts you to ribbons.
TVNZ will launch its OnDemand app for Samsung Galaxy devices on Friday 23 August.
A group of Dunedin businesses has launched a new website designed to showcase wares that are unique to the city.
A crowd-sourced campaign to stop the GCSB bill, which would grant the Government greater surveillance powers over New Zealand residents and citizens, has surpassed its funding goal.
The $1 million video game, a faster, more-tubular way to travel, and a Ted talk about reaching into your screen and touching the pixels inside.
Most productivity apps attempt to organise one part of your life–work, your personal life, your finances. Bento for iPad is a database that doesn’t make that distinction, but rather encourages you to do a little bit of everything.
Have you got a dream? It’s to go to space, right? Well, Cadbury probably isn’t going to send you there, but it might make one of your slightly less-ambitious dreams come true with its new Cadbury Dreams campaign.
Animating app Toon Hero, created by Auckland-based startup Trigger Happy, launched on the app store for iPad and iPad mini on Friday.