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Apple Watches on sale tomorrow
Apple Watches on sale tomorrow

The first batch of Apple Watches to be officially sold in New Zealand will be available in stores from 7am Friday.

Veil of secrecy masks cyberattacks in Asia

A lack of reporting mechanisms means there's no telling how often or how much personal info is taken from databases in Asia…

Windows 10: Microsoft plans turnaround

The stakes are high for Microsoft as it pushes out the new operating system for both traditional computers and mobile devices…

video Baseball umpires replaced by computers in California

No blaming or booing the umpire for a questionable called third strike at a Northern California independent league. A computer…

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Key on TPP: 'Things are progressing along' video Key on TPP: 'Things are progressing along'

PM John Key speaks to the media about the ongoing…

NZ's first gorillas settle in Christchurch video NZ's first gorillas settle in Christchurch

New Zealand's first gorillas have settled in to their…

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New Yahoo messenger combines text with soundless video
video New Yahoo messenger combines text with soundless video

Yahoo! unveiled what it says is a new type of messaging service, called Livetext, which combines text messaging with soundless…

Facebook profit dips
Facebook profit dips

The world's biggest social network saw higher expenses cut into its bottom line.

'Killer robots' strike fear into tech leaders
video 'Killer robots' strike fear into tech leaders

A group of top tech leaders issue a stern warning Tuesday against the development of so-called killer robots in a letter…

Tech developer eyes US listing
Tech developer eyes US listing

IkeGPS is mulling a US listing but is first looking for a cornerstone shareholder from its major market.

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Space travel a step closer?
Space travel a step closer?

Interplanetary travel could be a step closer after scientists confirmed that an electromagnetic propulsion…

Is the first use of the word 'email' lost forever?

The Oxford English Dictionary editors are asking the public to help them find documentation of the first time "email" was…

Twitter revenue grows sharply, user growth slow

Twitter failed to grow its user base at a quick enough pace for investors in the second quarter.

Amazon envisions air-traffic system for drones

Amazon is creating a blueprint for an air-traffic system and the necessary technology is rapidly developing.

Juha Saarinen: Hacker, you can drive my car
Juha Saarinen: Hacker, you can drive my car

Last year, I wrote about Charlie Miller and Chris Valasek , two security researchers intent on showing…

Steve Moore: Drone rules will help companies manage risk

Considering the hype around unmanned aircraft Herald readers may not have been surprised to read about a courier company…

Madonna: Just the beginning for Tidal

Madonna, who co-owns Tidal with Jay Z, Beyonce and others, says it's just the beginning for the streaming service that's…

Crackdown on hackers is bad for innovation

The problem toughening hacking laws is that it is not going to help catch the real hackers, writes Dominic Basulto.

Gizmos and gadgets take over Motat

It's hard to know who's going to enjoy Motat's newest exhibition more - children, who will be gobsmacked by the prehistoric…

Diana Clement: Learning to cope with work in future
Diana Clement: Learning to cope with work in future

Flexible work situations, jobs being changed by technology and new ways to gain credentials for skills…

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