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This is how Twitter's new timeline works
This is how Twitter's new timeline works

Well, Twitter fans. The apocalypse has come. Twitter's reordered timeline is here.

NZ telcos and internet access world class

New Zealand has a telecommunications sector outperforming its OECD counterparts in a number of ways according to a report…

Kevin Schawinski: Living in a zombie galaxy

Like a zombie, the Milky Way galaxy may already be dead but it still keeps going.

Is this proof Einstein was right?

The hotly-anticipated confirmation of "ripples" wiggling through the fabric of space-time would be one of the most important…

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Firefighters battle large blaze in South Taranaki video Firefighters battle large blaze in South Taranaki

Firefighters are battling a blaze at a large building…

Jake Bailey on his cancer fight video Jake Bailey on his cancer fight

Jake Bailey has vowed to use his experiences in beating…

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Twitter tweaks timeline in new user chase
Twitter tweaks timeline in new user chase

Twitter is tweaking the way that tweets appear in its users' timelines in its latest attempt to broaden the appeal of its…

Torrent site to offer streaming
Torrent site to offer streaming

Watch out Netflix - notorious illegal download site Pirate Bay is moving into streaming.

New technology could see fuel thefts stubbed out
New technology could see fuel thefts stubbed out

Z fuel stations have invested millions of dollars in the past year in technology that could help see drive-off fuel thefts…

Which five tech companies can't be disrupted?
Which five tech companies can't be disrupted?

We live in an age of rapid technological change and disruption. But can the Big Five tech giants ever be disrupted?

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Obama seeks increased cybersecurity funding
Obama seeks increased cybersecurity funding

President Barack Obama says that some of the federal government's information technology systems are…

Juha Saarinen: A safer internet? Not going to happen

One thing's for sure, the "Internet of Things" will be a security disaster this and coming years, writes Juha Saarinen.

Employee to pay $110,000 for stealing data

A man set up a rival voltage testing company and used stolen information to lure a key client away from former employer.

Facebook for Indian poor gets Govt red light

India's government has essentially banned a Facebook programme that sought to connect with low-income residents by offering…

Why online TV may be in peril
Why online TV may be in peril

Some television companies are balking at giving US streaming services timely access to shows.

Betting on internet as pokies lose appeal

As world gambling experts gather in Auckland this week, the biggest threat on their minds is now online betting.

Sexting 'normal part of dating' for teens

"You'd be hard pressed to find a teen that hasn't been asked to send a naked or semi-naked photo of themselves in New Zealand."…

Juha Saarinen: Unlinking the web

Here's a new way in which the internet offends the sensibilities of the Real World: hyper linking in web pages.

Why are big e-tailers moving to malls?

Amazon might soon be joining other e-commerce pioneers and open up traditional stores in malls.

Error 53: Message that kills your iPhone
Error 53: Message that kills your iPhone

If mysterious error message pops up on your iPhone 6 or 6 Plus, brace yourself.

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