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Terrorists' cyber-threat to the world
Terrorists' cyber-threat to the world

They sign as Cybercaliphate. Last January, this name appeared on the YouTube and Twitter accounts of the United States military's…

Legal battle to control what you watch

Back-door internet TV services this week defied a ‘cease and desist’ order from the country’s biggest broadcasters. Geoff…

Cook Strait ferry cows OK - probe

The Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) said there was no evidence of an animal welfare offence after investigating a…

Govt wants to clamp down on offshore betting

The Government is looking at clamping down on online overseas betting by New Zealanders, saying it deprives the local racing…

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LHC even a good idea? LHC even a good idea?

I think my brain is full. Seriously, I think all my…

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Strangers so alike they could be twins
Strangers so alike they could be twins

A young woman has managed to find her doppelgänger after launching a campaign on Facebook as a social experiment - and their…

Decade-long cyberspy attack hacked Southeast Asian targets
Decade-long cyberspy attack hacked Southeast Asian targets

A sophisticated hacking group targeted governments and corporations in Southeast Asia for a decade, marking one of the longest-running…

Dotcom's fate in the hands of Minister
Dotcom's fate in the hands of Minister

Kim Dotcom's ability to stay in New Zealand will be decided by Immigration minister Michael Woodhouse and could come inside…

Vodafone mobile network restored
Vodafone mobile network restored

Vodafone’s mobile network is experiencing problems and customers may have issues making calls.

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GCSB's secret Bangladesh spy mission
GCSB's secret Bangladesh spy mission

The GCSB's surveillance operations in Bangladesh are among the most surprising and obscure yet revealed…

Backdoor TV users survive deadline

Slingshot and Orcon subscribers with backdoor access to American pay TV services have survived a 5pm deadline and will keep…

'Friends' sick of oversharing mum

Proud parents bragging about their little darling's every move on Facebook is a regular annoyance for many people using…

CallPlus owners ponder backdoor TV backdown

The new Aussie owners of Call Plus won't rule out continuing with its Global Mode service and says it is up to existing…

Pink slams Twitter trolls with body love message
Pink slams Twitter trolls with body love message

Singer Pink took to her Twitter account on Sunday to slam those who sent her hateful messages about…

Can you solve this problem?

A TV presenter in Singapore has sparked an unlikely viral craze after posting a maths problem that was posed to the nation’s…

Mail-order drugs: just as risky

Customs is intercepting more mail containing cocaine, LSD and Ecstasy as people use online drug marketplaces to order recreational…

M2 buys CallPlus for $250m

Founders of the country's third-largest telco and broadband provider, CallPlus, have sold the company for $250 million.

Property rights delay broadband rollout

Delays in getting consent for the installation of UFB cables up shared driveways is hindering its roll-out.

CallPlus sold to Aussie telco M2
CallPlus sold to Aussie telco M2

CallPlus, New Zealand's third largest telco and broadband provider, has been bought by Australian…

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