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Juha Saarinen: The long and rather slow arm of foreign law
Juha Saarinen: The long and rather slow arm of foreign law

Importing US law is one thing, but why are we tightening our tech laws when the Americans are looking at relaxing theirs?…

EU probes e-commerce in bid to wipe out competition barriers

After four years probing Google's grip on the Internet search market, European Union antitrust regulators set their sights…

Battle of the live-streaming apps: Meerkat v Periscope

Download Periscope , Twitter's just-launched live video-streaming app, and you'll find people broadcasting all sorts…

Partners spy on cellphones

A fifth of young New Zealand cellphone users have been caught snooping through their partner's device, a new survey has…

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Cricket: Aussie captain 'had tremendous sex' video Cricket: Aussie captain 'had tremendous sex'

Australian cricket captain Michael Clarke was almost…

Raw: Fire destroys Nelson couple’s home video Raw: Fire destroys Nelson couple’s home

The retired couple that lost their home to a fire…

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Peter Bromhead: Under Google's gaze
Peter Bromhead: Under Google's gaze

When my child curiously asked over breakfast, "Dad, do flies stretch their legs when they wake up in the morning?" I could…

Revealed: The last days of Steve Jobs
Revealed: The last days of Steve Jobs

Apple CEO invited his successor Tim Cook to watch emotional Denzel Washington movie the week before he died.

Nasdaq and NYSE embrace bitcoin platforms
Nasdaq and NYSE embrace bitcoin platforms

The biggest U.S. stock exchange operators are taking steps to embrace bitcoin, spurring speculation the digital currency…

Why Silicon Valley has a big crush on Wall Street
Why Silicon Valley has a big crush on Wall Street

Some Wall Street stars are decamping for Silicon Valley, corralled by tech giants and tech start-ups looking for financial…

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Barbie's critics use new doll to wage privacy fight
Barbie's critics use new doll to wage privacy fight

Mattel's Hello Barbie, that can hold conversations with kids, has drawn the ire of one of the toy industry's…

Innovation 2015: Joining up the dots

Xero's Rod Drury reckons it's time for New Zealand to rebrand itself and become a "digitally-connected" nation.

Straker gears up for NXT listing

Technology firm Straker Translations is preparing for a listing on stock exchange operator NZX's soon-to-launch NXT market…

System aims to boost net security

Unitec staff and students have teamed up with Japan's National Institute of Information and Communications Technology to…

Creating our own Silicon Valley
Creating our own Silicon Valley

Silicon Valley. Rightly or wrongly it's the totem pole by which countries judge their transition to…

Lockheed develops climate change weapons

The head of one of the world's most innovative fish farms sports a scruffy beard and talks about saving the planet by moving…

video Selfies with latest Drone technology

Selfies capture a given moment in time unlike any other. Now thanks to drones, popular culture's latest phenomenon is reaching…

New York cabs still cheaper than Uber

Much of Uber's appeal lies in how it qualitatively differs from traditional taxi service: the convenience of using an app-based…

Review: Fitbit Charge HR
Review: Fitbit Charge HR

Wearable technology's been talked about for years, but only now are we starting to see an explosion…

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