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Saturday, 07 May 2016
John Key's on LinkedIn, but happy staying PM
12:19 | 6/5/16
Prime Minister John Key has joined business networking website LinkedIn, but Andrew Little shouldn't crack open the champagne just yet.
Chch drone operator guilty of endangering heli pilot
12:12 | 6/5/16
A Canterbury drone pilot has been found guilty of causing unnecessary endangerment to a helicopter operation in a test case which could set legal precedent for the fledgling industry.
Phone bags get good reception
06:34 | 6/5/16
One man thinks he's got an old-fashioned solution to the 21st century problem of people waving their phones around at concerts and shows.
Facebook on back-foot in data storage lawsuit
05:11 | 6/5/16
Facebook has lost the first round in a court fight against some of its users who sued the social networking company alleging it "unlawfully" collected and stored users' biometric data.
Paging Dr Google: AI set to dominate medical field
05:00 | 6/5/16
Dr Google could be more legitimate than first thought, with human doctors llikely to become redundant in the near future.
Cyber security spending gets $22M boost
09:45 | 5/5/16
The Government has announced it will spend $22.2 million over the next four years on improving New Zealand's cyber security.
NZ firefighters join Running Man Challenge
09:13 | 5/5/16
Not content to sit by and watch while their police counterparts got all the glory for their slick moves, firefighters have released their version of the social media challenge.
NZ's first cyber security summit on today
05:56 | 5/5/16
Keeping the New Zealand economy safe from internet attackers is the focus of today's inaugural Cyber Security Summit.
Aziz Al-Sa'afin: Top 3 apps you didn't know you needed
05:00 | 5/5/16
There are a million smartphone apps to do a million things, and Newshub's Aziz Al-Sa'afin shares three you didn't know you needed.
Why staring at the sun is a bad idea
02:25 | 5/5/16
Don't stare at the sun. It's advice you shouldn't need after the age of three, but just in case, there's now video showing why it's a bad idea.
10yo wins $10k for Instragram hack
01:06 | 5/5/16
A 10-year-old Finnish boy has won US$10,000 after hacking photo-sharing app Instagram.
Scepticism grows about Bitcoin claim
11:46 | 3/5/16
Doubts have been cast on computer scientist Craig Wright's claim that he created the digital currency Bitcoin.
Refugee tweet not met with Little's 'kindness'
05:57 | 3/5/16
Labour leader Andrew Little says he wasn't aware of a tweet sent from his official account which said his "kindness quota" was all gone in relation to the plight of refugees.
'Catterbox' collar translates cats' meows to speech
05:00 | 3/5/16
A newly developed cat collar claims to translate cat meows into human speech - using a voice owners decide best reflects the cat's personality.
NZ Police's dance-off challenge to the world
04:54 | 3/5/16
New Zealand Police have challenged their overseas counterparts to a dance-off on Facebook.
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