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Comcom pushes out final copper price decision
Comcom pushes out final copper price decision

The Commerce Commission has pushed out the timeline for a final decision on what price Chorus can charge on its copper line…

Spark and Vodafone partner with Telstra

Spark New Zealand and Vodafone, New Zealand's two dominant telecommunications providers, in partnership with Australian…

NZ has elements to be like Silicon Valley

New Zealand has the main attributes to become a version of Silicon Valley and is on the right path, according to two US…

The end of computers is nigh

The Year 2038 problem could cause a large number of the world's computers to stop working at 3.14am on Tuesday January 18…

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Convention centre fly through video Convention centre fly through

Stunning imagery of the New Zealand International…

Crowd Goes Wild: John Key wraps up 2014 video Crowd Goes Wild: John Key wraps up 2014

Prime Minister John Key chats to Andrew Mulligan and…

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How our TVs are changing
How our TVs are changing

Solitary TV viewing is happening on PCs and tablets now, meaning that the need for a small TV is fading.

Juha Saarinen: Sony hack rolls on
Juha Saarinen: Sony hack rolls on

No matter what you think of SPE as a company, it's important to remember that the hack is hurting innocent people as well…

Most Googled terms 2014
Most Googled terms 2014

Google has revealed the top ten most searched terms by Kiwis this year, as well as the most searched "how to".

Apple wins class action iPod lawsuit
Apple wins class action iPod lawsuit

After just a few hours of deliberation, a jury in California found in favour of Apple in a billion-dollar class-action…

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video Google: The Year in Search 2014
Google: The Year in Search 2014

This year people searched for everything under the sun and beyond, from distant comets to tiny burritos…

Shunning Apple tops long list of wrong market calls in 2014

Aversion to the iPhone maker is turning out to be one of the worst blunders in 2014 for money managers.

Facebook's phony privacy war

Is Facebook the best judge of what's OK to hand over to investigators and what is not?

Murdoch's insensitive siege tweet

Pop stars, comedians and Kevin Rudd's daughter are among critics of Rupert Murdoch for his insensitive tweet about the Sydney…

French protest against Uber app
French protest against Uber app

Parisian taxi drivers have vowed to block roads leading into the French capital today to protest against…

Sydney twitter hashtag goes viral

As the Sydney siege threatens to open up old prejudices, hashtag #illridewithyou has led a call for unity.

Alibaba's Ma becomes Asia's richest person

Jack Ma, a former English teacher who started Alibaba in his apartment in 1999, has become the richest person in Asia.

Four of the best clever holiday classes

1: Robots RoboClub is science, technology, engineering and maths presented in fun ways using Lego, EV3 robots and…

Web pioneer calls for action over inequality

Sir Tim Berners-Lee, the inventor of the world wide web, has called on social networks to do more to tackle gender inequality…

Top hacker exposes bracelet flaw
Top hacker exposes bracelet flaw

A computer hacker has demonstrated how home detention bracelets can potentially be fooled into letting…

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