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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 emerging domain.

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…

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Rugby Highlights: Chiefs 34 Bulls 20 video Rugby Highlights: Chiefs 34 Bulls 20

The Chiefs once again showed they know exactly how…

Raw:  Paul Henry mobbed by protesters outside SkyCity video Raw: Paul Henry mobbed by protesters outside SkyCity

Violence has erupted in a noisy demonstration outside…

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Uber driver escapes charges
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.

FBI probe of plane hack sparks worries over flight safety
FBI probe of plane hack sparks worries over flight safety

An FBI agent's claim has sparked new worries over the safety and cybersecurity of America's passenger planes.

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…

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NZ broadband 'doing ok'
NZ broadband 'doing ok'

Our internet speeds are in the middle of the pack, but could benefit from a greater UFB uptake.

Google to include tweets in search results

Google and Twitter have announced a partnership to display tweets in search results, renewing a tie-up that ended in 2011…

Vodafone reports dip in NZ revenue

Vodafone Group has reported a dip in its New Zealand revenue amid increased competition.

Kiwi professor wins global chemistry award

A leading New Zealand chemistry professor has scooped up a global award for being an outstanding achiever in her field…

No more Twitter texts means headaches for users
No more Twitter texts means headaches for users

Tech blogger Juha Saarinen on Vodafone turning off Twitter and Facebook SMS messages without warning…

NZ 'stuck in internet dark age'

Brains behind zombie game thriller gets ball rolling on ultra-fast broadband after he calls Dunedin's Gigatown a joke.

TruScreen to raise up to $4m to fund Chinese expansion

TruScreen will seek to raise up to $4 million to ramp up manufacturing of its single use sensors as it targets China.

Chinese charged with stealing secrets

Six Chinese nationals have been charged with stealing wireless technology from a pair of US companies.

Disney gets help from NASA, Google

There are certain TV tropes about computer scientists that drive programmers nuts. Disney has made moves to change that.

Shopper data caught up in RadioShack's bankruptcy
Shopper data caught up in RadioShack's bankruptcy

Tens of millions of customer records are up for sale despite promises not to sell data to third parties…

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