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YouTube's 1st decade shows sharing free content pays off
YouTube's 1st decade shows sharing free content pays off

YouTube's 10-year legacy is extending beyond its pioneering role in the Internet's video revolution.

Glenn, Whittred: New breed of superstars

The University of Auckland is about to take a plunge into uncharted waters: A series of never-before-seen initiatives aimed…

Leipzig chance for NZ: Simon Bridges

Transport Minister Simon Bridges takes over as head of the International Transport Forum as the organisation tackles ways…

video 'Flying boat': Hydroptere to set speed records

The "hydroptère" is almost a hybrid between a boat and a plane. Its crew is set to try to beat a speed record between Los…

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Snow covers Wellington mountain range video Snow covers Wellington mountain range

Snow covers Wellington's Rimutaka Ranges. Snow fell…

Teina Pora : 'In my own words' video Teina Pora : 'In my own words'

Teina Pora’s convictions for the 1992 rape and murder…

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Apple should think bigger than a new TV set
Apple should think bigger than a new TV set

Apple could change the way we watch television and movies if it decided to create a smart projector.

Has Google already peaked?
Has Google already peaked?

As Google faces an antitrust probe from European regulators, some analysts are questioning whether the California tech giant's…

Twitter ad strategy no defence for growth slowdown
Twitter ad strategy no defence for growth slowdown

Twitter's ad team will do about anything to win clients yet ad agencies still devote most of their budgets to Facebook and…

Angry computer call shots
Angry computer call shots

Kiwi researchers are creating an “angry computer” to improve customer service at call centres.

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NZ to hack smartphones
NZ to hack smartphones

NZ and its spying partners exploited weaknesses in one of the world's most popular mobile browsers and…

FTC asked to probe Google and YouTube Kids app

Consumer groups say that YouTube Kids is filled with inappropriate content, including pornographic cartoons.

Here's a web domain that really sucks

Some celebrities and businesses are scrambling to buy a controversial new domain name that actually sucks.

Paralysed man moves prosthetic with mind

A man paralysed by a gunshot more than a decade ago can shake hands, drink beer and play "rock, paper, scissors" by controlling…

Dot Sucks: New mocking domains
Dot Sucks: New mocking domains

Celebrities like Kevin Spacey and Taylor Swift, and companies like Yahoo and Apple have snapped up this…

Samsung's future runs through Indonesian factories

Samsung, which prospered for years in China, is now facing competition from low-cost manufacturers.

Equitise raises $300k for annuities firm

Crowdfunding platform Equitise is celebrating the success of its second capital raising campaign.

Google Maps is creeping people out

After Google Maps was slammed for labelling Obama a very bad word, people have taken to typing their names into the search…

Uber driver escapes charges

The driver was previously charged for using his smartphone as a taxi meter, amid a police sting that saw passengers turfed…

Rakon back to profit after restructure
Rakon back to profit after restructure

Rakon is back in profit, while doubling its debt and turning to a negative cash outflow.

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A TV as thin as wallpaper
A TV as thin as wallpaper

Mounting a flat screen TV on the wall can be expensive and time consuming - and makes it very hard to redesign your room…

Airport app smoothes travel
Phone ban lifts students' marks
Fitbit files for US IPO
Batteries included: Ambitious gambit by Tesla
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