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Government hacking reaches new levels
Government hacking reaches new levels

Tech blogger Juha Saarinen on government spy agencies cracking security software in order to hack and surveil targets.

Rocket Lab picks launch pad site

NZ tech company Rocket Lab has unveiled plans for a Canterbury launch pad for its revolutionary battery powered rockets.

video Raw: Rocket Lab unveils launch pad plan

See this Rocket Lab- supplied video showing its plans for a new launch pad site it wants to build at Birdling's Flat near…

Apple Music goes live

Apple's new music streaming service has gone live this morning, as the tech giant seeks to dominate the digital music sector…

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WeatherWatch: (July 01) Will Wanganui flood again? video WeatherWatch: (July 01) Will Wanganui flood again?

A lot going on our skies at the moment – a late season…

Super Rugby: 'Queuing through the night' for tickets video Super Rugby: 'Queuing through the night' for tickets

More tickets to the super rugby final have gone on…

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Chasing Pluto's shadow over Timaru
Chasing Pluto's shadow over Timaru

Govert Schilling reflects on NASA’s SOFIA aircraft's successful 8.5-hour flight from Christchurch to watch the dwarf planet…

Raw: Solar plane continues global journey
video Raw: Solar plane continues global journey

The revolutionary Solar Impulse 2 aircraft takes off from Japan bound for Hawaii, passing "the point of no return" on its…

Why we're underhyping the Internet of Things
Why we're underhyping the Internet of Things

By 2025, the potential economic impact of the Internet of Things could be more than $11 trillion annually.

Paul Little: Did you hear the one about ...
Paul Little: Did you hear the one about ...

Among the boons the internet has brought us have been the opportunities it provides to connoisseurs of gullibility, writes…

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Tinder for dogs
Tinder for dogs

Dog owners around the world are signing up to Tindog, a new smartphone app that allows canine lovers…

Heather du Plessis-Allan: End of days for trolls

Good news. Trolling is about to become illegal. Parliament is days away from putting a ban on this online intimidation…

Why universities should get rid of PowerPoint

Do you really believe that watching a lecturer read hundreds of PowerPoint slides is making you smarter?

Scientists reveal new orca insights

Scientists have uncovered fascinating new insights about the commuting habits of Antarctic killer whales.

video Videographic: Ins and outs of mobile phone tracking
Videographic: Ins and outs of mobile phone tracking

The technical world of mobile phone tracking, who can access the information, and how.

New self-driving cars cruising Silicon Valley

Google's self-driving cars have been allowed on public roads since the company unveiled its next generation fleet more than…

The Uber revolt turns violent

Taxi drivers in Paris ambush cars, set tyres on fire and bring city to grinding halt as rage over new app reaches frightening…

How to un-send an email

Spotted a typo just as you hit send, or just sent the email to the wrong person altogether? Here's how to take it back.

Smart technology: Here's looking at you

Advances in facial recognition technology, companies and governments have the potential to watch us wherever we go.

Peter Bromhead: Great robo escape
Peter Bromhead: Great robo escape

Even though it's 70 years since World War II ended, my home still resonates with traces of the event…

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Lego digs up the past again
Lego digs up the past again

Yes, you can play as a dinosaur. That's the big question everyone wants answered about Lego Jurassic World , the 56th game…

Have video games stopped innovating?
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