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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.

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 Americans.

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…

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John Key tight-lipped on why spying claims are 'wrong' video John Key tight-lipped on why spying claims are 'wrong'

John Key says new claims around intelligence collection…

Boxing: Teina Pora backing Parker video Boxing: Teina Pora backing Parker

Craig Stanaway from Duco Events spoke to Teina Pora…

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Largest gathering of games developers in San Francisco
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 Jason Krupp.

Navman melds with Teletrac
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
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…

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Bitcoin continues to confuse central bankers
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

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

Silicon Valley sex bias suit continues

A prominent Silicon Valley venture capitalist who helped direct early investments in Google and Amazon testified Tuesday…

Juha Saarinen: Routing around TICSA damage
Juha Saarinen: Routing around TICSA damage

Last week's column on the consequences of the TICSA generated a fair bit of feedback from the industry…

Widening US-Europe mobile gap focus in Spain

The top speakers at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona are two Americans who symbolise pressing threats for Europe's…

Net giants unveil growth plans

Sci-fi solutions or making friends one at a time? Google and Facebook want more people online, searching around and clicking…

Ringing praise for Galaxy S6

Samsung Electronics has won early praise for its new high-end Galaxy S6 smartphones, with reviewers saying the devices featured…

App helps travellers in hurry find hotel

A new booking app for travellers who need a hotel in a hurry and want to be guided straight there is being introduced to…

Google Maps soars through Amazon jungle
Google Maps soars through Amazon jungle

For its next technological trick, Google will show you what it's like to zip through trees in the Amazon…

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