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3 reasons Apple's watch will - or won't - change the game
3 reasons Apple's watch will - or won't - change the game

No one can argue that Apple has changed the way people live their lives. Is the Apple Watch going to be able to do the same?…

YouTube changed the world

By putting power directly in the hands of viewers, the internet’s third-most-visited site has revolutionised our media consumption…

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 in the United…

Tesla hiring for new stationary-storage unit

Tesla Motors' new stationary-storage unit making battery packs will help founder Elon Musk expand beyond electric vehicles…

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 Auckland Arts Festival: Groupe F's Skin of Fire video Auckland Arts Festival: Groupe F's Skin of Fire

Groupe F's Skin of Fire at the Auckland Domain went…

Kardashian, Leto: Battle of the blondes at Paris Fasion Week video Kardashian, Leto: Battle of the blondes at Paris Fasion Week

Both Kim Kardashian and Jared Leto show off new platinum…

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Smaug hunts Bilbo Baggins in virtual reality game
Smaug hunts Bilbo Baggins in virtual reality game

Epic Games and Weta Digital have unveiled a virtual reality game demo of a scene from The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug…

NZ set to lead over drone rules
NZ set to lead over drone rules

Allowing drones to operate beyond the operator's line of sight could provide economic gains of up to $190m a year to New…

Overseas profit stockpiles grow
Overseas profit stockpiles grow

Eight of the biggest United States technology companies added a combined US$69 billion ($91.35 billion) to their stockpiled…

It's official: Google wants to offer cellular service
It's official: Google wants to offer cellular service

A top Google exec has confirmed that the search giant wants to start offering wireless service.

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Q&A Larry Summers: Robots are hurting middle class workers
Q&A Larry Summers: Robots are hurting middle class workers

Famous economist Larry Summers answers questions about robots and the hurting incomes of middle class…

CNN & ESPN push for Snapchat users

Snapchat has made its name mostly as the smartphone app that swept the teenage world, with kids sending each other messages…

Story-sharing Wattpad seeks to stay ahead of Amazon

Toronto start-up Wattpad is looking for ways to boost revenue as competitors fire up similar online story-sharing services…

video Largest gathering of games developers in San Francisco

The 2015 Games Developers Conference, the largest gathering of its kind, brings professionals from all over the world together…

Jason Krupp: Unnecessary rules stifle adoption of new technologies
Jason Krupp: Unnecessary rules stifle adoption of new technologies

The digital transition process is painful but we need to embrace this change, not fight it, explains…

Navman melds with Teletrac

Leading New Zealand GPS company Navman Wireless has merged with United States firm Teletrac to expand the company's global…

Bandage deal looks healthy for start-up

Kiwi wearable technology start-up Footfalls & Heartbeats has signed a licensing deal with German medical company Medi for…

Mark Gilbert: Bitcoin continues to confuse central bankers

Bitcoin, the poster child for digital currencies, is proving something of a headache for central banks.

Apple boss says he understands privacy angst

Apple boss Tim Cook's been on tour - saying he too is worried about online privacy.

Paris follows Kim into gaming
Paris follows Kim into gaming

A sex tape isn't the only thing Paris Hilton and Kim Kardashian have in common. Soon, they'll both…

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