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Friday, 25 July 2014
Data hoarding holds thousands of secrets
07:25 | 25/7/14
Deleted Facebook friends and old CVs believed to be deleted are all among information companies are storing without people realising.
Govt critical of Labour's broadband plan
21:42 | 24/7/14
Labour wants everyone in New Zealand to access fast broadband, but National says its policy increases the digital divide rather than closes it.
Controversial web provider hides complaints
18:01 | 24/7/14
A Christchurch web provider is under fire yet again after deleting its Facebook and Twitter profiles.
Six charged over StubHub fraud
13:28 | 24/7/14
Criminal charges have been filed in the US against six people in what authorities say was a global cyber-crime ring.
Mobile ads drive Facebook profit growth
12:48 | 24/7/14
Facebook's quarterly profit has more than doubled amid big gains in ad revenues and a jump in users.
Tablet sales growth slows
12:42 | 24/7/14
Global sales of tablet computers edged higher in the second quarter, in the slowest growth since 2009.
Can robotic surgery catch on?
12:32 | 24/7/14
Robotic surgery has become a selling point for many medical centres across the United States.
Batman: Arkham Knight to have retailer-exclusive DLC
11:59 | 24/7/14
A Red Hood Story Pack will be a GameStop-exclusive pre-order bonus for Batman: Arkham Knight.
Trade Me trades stairs for slides
07:50 | 24/7/14
Trade Me doesn't play by kids' rules, putting slides, picnic rooms and a caravan bang in the middle of its offices.
US Air Force launching new satellites
22:25 | 23/7/14
The US Air Force is launching new satellites to track those of other countries and counter possible threats to American spacecraft.
Xero IPO on the cards for next year
17:11 | 23/7/14
The cloud-based accounting software company Xero has just concluded its annual meeting, focused on the US market.
First 100 cars for Forza Horizon 2 revealed
12:24 | 23/7/14
Forza Horizon 2 will ship with just over 200 cars when it releases later this year, and the first 100 of those have been revealed by Microsoft today.
No punishment for UK internet pirates
06:47 | 23/7/14
UK residents who pirate content will soon receive emails warning them that their actions are illegal - but that's all.
Putin signs Russian data law
06:44 | 23/7/14
Vladimir Putin has signed a law requiring internet companies to store all personal data of Russian users at data centres in Russia.
Tibet tweeters 'undoubtedly fake' - campaign group
21:29 | 22/7/14
Beijing has created at least 100 fake Twitter accounts to spread propaganda about Tibet and other Chinese concerns, a campaign group said.
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