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video Japan humanoid robot receives customers at department store
Japan humanoid robot receives customers at department store

She can smile, she can sing and she can give you guidance at one of the most upscale department stores in Tokyo...a female-looking…

Mobile-friendly or face dump

Thousands of New Zealand businesses could have their websites bumped down Google's search rankings if they have not met…

video Hubble Space Telescope celebrates 25th anniversary

With the Hubble Space Telescope celebrating its 25th anniversary on April 24, 2015, we take a look at Hubble's control room…

Google could penalise NZ sites

Thousands of New Zealand businesses could have their websites bumped down Google's search results if they do not meet the…

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Searching for Loch Ness monster via Google Maps video Searching for Loch Ness monster via Google Maps

People have been searching for the Loch Ness monster…

John Stamos: Full House is returning video John Stamos: Full House is returning

John Stamos breaks the news that Full House will be…

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Google security chief looks for balance with privacy
video Google security chief looks for balance with privacy

Google's new security chief Gerhard Eschelbeck, speaks of using Google's massive scope to protect users from cyber villains…

Kiwi space lawyer says asteroid mining legal
Kiwi space lawyer says asteroid mining legal

A New Zealand-based lawyer specialising in international space law says there are no laws preventing the mining of asteroids…

R&D grant boost for sensory product
R&D grant boost for sensory product

Bluelab Corporation will use a new research and development growth grant to speed up taking a new sensory product to market…

Westpac boss sees NZ as innovation lab
Westpac boss sees NZ as innovation lab

Westpac Group chief executive Brian Hartzer has embarked on a mission to transform the bank into a world-leading service…

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Apple execs deserve millions
Apple execs deserve millions

Five Apple workers who were paid US$281 million ($366 million) last year are among the 100 highest-paid…

Global e-waste continues to pile up

More electronic waste than ever hit the rubbish tips last year, with the biggest per-capita tallies in countries that pride…

How trusting millennials drive the new economy

The biggest sectors of the "sharing economy" could be pulling in as much as $335b in global revenue by 2025.

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…

James Griffin: Is the Large Hadron Collider even a good idea?
James Griffin: Is the Large Hadron Collider even a good idea?

I think my brain is full. Seriously, I think all my synapses, or whatever my brain uses to store information…

Video pirates peering through Periscope

Forget Pirate Bay or Popcorn Time or Sidereel. The future of piracy is live-streaming.

Apple TV tipped for next launch

Apple announced this week that its annual Worldwide Developers Conference (better known as WWDC) will kick off June 8, giving…

Boss's paycut to hike wages

The boss of a technology start-up in Seattle has shocked his employees by raising his company's minimum wage to US$70,000…

Surfers gear up to catch 3D wave

Surfboards are joining the wave of products being produced by high-tech 3D printers.

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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