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Nasdaq and NYSE embrace bitcoin platforms
Nasdaq and NYSE embrace bitcoin platforms

The biggest U.S. stock exchange operators are taking steps to embrace bitcoin, spurring speculation the digital currency…

Microsoft retiring Internet Explorer
Microsoft retiring Internet Explorer

Microsoft is killing off Internet Explorer and will rebrand its internet browsing software under what…

Former FBI official joins Wynyard board
Former FBI official joins Wynyard board

Wynyard Group, the security software developer used by law enforcement officials, have hired Louis Grever…

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Editorial: No easy way to tax goods bought online Editorial: No easy way to tax goods bought online

Editorial: Any government is well aware there will…

Five ways to stop NSA spying on your email Five ways to stop NSA spying on your email

More than half of Americans are worried about the…

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BlackBerry making Samsung tablets spy-proof
BlackBerry making Samsung tablets spy-proof

BlackBerry has introduced a tablet computer aimed at government and corporate customers that it says can let users access…

Google targeting unwanted browser software
Google targeting unwanted browser software

Get ready to see more red warning signs online as Google adds ammunition to its technological artillery for targeting devious…

Kiwi start-up Notable gains angel investment
Kiwi start-up Notable gains angel investment

Kiwi start-up Notable has attracted funding from US investors YCombinator, a start-up accelerator, and Peter Thiel's…

Nasa CTO to speak at SkyCity summit
Nasa CTO to speak at SkyCity summit

A Nasa IT chief technology officer is one of seven keynote speakers due to address the 2015 CIO Summit 'confronting disruption…

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Kiwi start-up Glassjar launches in US
Kiwi start-up Glassjar launches in US

Glassjar, the kiwi software start-up whose app provides people an easy way of sharing bills, has launched…

Apple car's battery key to its success

When news leaked that Apple could produce an electric car as early as 2020, lots of people had visions of driving a sleek…

Apple ordered to pay $US533m in patent dispute

Apple has been ordered to pay nearly $US533 million by a federal jury that found the company's iTunes music store uses software…

New GCSB director named

Government has appointed a new caretaker director for its spying agency, and has begun the search for a longer-term boss…

Welcome to the internet of everything
Welcome to the internet of everything

Parallel to the exponential growth in technology is the growth of the internet of everything, or put…

ICT qualification 'essential'

The lack of students leaving secondary school with Information and Communications Technology qualifications has been a concern…

Seven hours a day on phones

High school girls in Japan spend an average of seven hours a day on their mobile phones, a survey has found, with nearly…

Graduates flock to booming IT industry

In November last year Datacom attended the New Zealand Job Fair in Sydney, organised by the Ministry of Business, Innovation…

Spy chief's departure raises questions

The surprise departure of NZ spy agency boss Ian Fletcher has prompted questions about whether he was unsettled by potential…

TAB staff fight off cyber-attack
TAB staff fight off cyber-attack

A three-day cyber-attack against the TAB website has been thwarted by specialist IT staff.

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Review: Fitbit Charge HR
Review: Fitbit Charge HR

Wearable technology's been talked about for years…

Apple lifts profit 44pc on flat sales, currency gains
Apple Watch risks alienating female buyers
Apple's watch offers less than meets the iPhone
Apple's watch offers less than meets the iPhone

Apple, after creating what was billed as 'the ultimate…

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