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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's Technology articles  Technology
    Russia-linked internet bots trying to make the world an angrier place
     22 February 2018
    Even without a rancorous US presidential election to get involved in, Russia's online operatives are finding other ways to keep themselves busy.
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    Kiwis want to engage with govt online
    22 Feb: A study has shown New Zealanders would prefer to engage with central government online and via mobile phone apps.... more
    Emails from Australian accused of spying James Ricketson show no evidence of Cambodian plot
    21 Feb: Emails from an Australian man accused of espionage in Cambodia show a strongly worded dislike of Prime Minister Hun Sen and enthusiastic support for the opposition but nothing remotely akin to spying.... more
    Cambodian court on a 'fishing expedition' through emails, James Ricketson says
    20 Feb: Emails sent by filmmaker James Ricketson to Cambodia's political opposition and members of the country's media are being investigated by a judge who is looking for evidence of espionage, but the Australian says it's a "fishing expedition".... more
    Winter Olympics: Team GB under scrutiny over skeleton hi-tech suits as women dominate practice times
    16 Feb: Team Great Britain's female skeleton riders produce dominant times in the Pyeongchang practice runs, but all it does is lead to questions from their competitors over their hi-tech suits.... more
    Politicians urge parents to get involved in 'child's e-safety' to detect cyber bullying
    10 Feb: Youth mental health experts say parents need more help to deal with cyber bullying.... more
    NIWA to study Antarctic whale poo
    8 Feb: A NIWA-led expedition into the world's largest marine reserve in the Antarctic will explore new parts of the protected area.... more
    Travel Frog: The mobile game that has millions of young people in China hooked
    7 Feb: A mobile phone game about a wandering cartoon frog becomes a surprise hit in China, clocking up millions of downloads since its release late last year.... more
    Six-week research voyage to Antarctica
    1 Feb: The Tangaroa will travel 3400km south of Wellington, on a six-week scientific voyage to learn more about climate change and the Antarctic ecosystem.... more
    New Christchurch library to be high-tech
    30 Jan: New Zealand's biggest interactive touch wall will be a top feature in Christchurch's new central library, which is set to open mid-2018.... more

     Most Popular Recent Technology News
     25 Jan: Grumpy Cat wins copyright claim after ground coffee fails to turn its frown upside down +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
     25 Jan: Rocket Lab puts disco ball into orbit ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
     30 Jan: New Christchurch library to be high-tech ++++++++++++++++++++++++
     01 Feb: Six-week research voyage to Antarctica +++++++++++++++++++++
     07 Feb: Travel Frog: The mobile game that has millions of young people in China hooked ++++++++++++++
     08 Feb: NIWA to study Antarctic whale poo ++++++++++++++
     10 Feb: Politicians urge parents to get involved in 'child's e-safety' to detect cyber bullying +++++++++++

     Technology NewsLinks
      23 Feb: Huawei uses smartphone technology to drive a car (NZ Herald)
      23 Feb: Technology companies help drive us stocks broadly higher (NZ Herald)
      23 Feb: Elon musk quits ai ethics research group (BBCWorld)
      22 Feb: The perils of live microphones tripping up nbc's olympics (NZ Herald)
      22 Feb: The perils of live microphones tripping up nbc's olympics (NZ Herald)
      22 Feb: Retailers, technology lead early gains for us stocks (NZ Herald)
      21 Feb: Govt's education work programme welcomed - mccutcheon (voxy.co.nz)
      21 Feb: Scott technology agrees to buy alvey group to speed up expansion (sharechat.co.nz)
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