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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's Technology articles  Technology
    Invictus Games competitors showcase the future of prosthetics
     19 October 2018
    Far from one-size-fits-all, many prosthetics used by Invictus competitors now come with inbuilt computing and use high-tech materials.
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    Viking ship, longhouses and burial mounds found next to busy Norwegian freeway
    17 Oct: A 20-metre Viking longship, five longhouses and a number of burial mounds are discovered next to a busy Norwegian freeway using a high-tech georadar.... more
    Manukau's Vodafone Events Centre became a sea of red and white last night
    11 Oct: Manukau's Vodafone Events Centre became a sea of red and white last night... more
    Made in China 2025: Xi Jinping's plan to turn China into the AI world leader
    8 Oct: When a Google DeepMind computer taught itself to beat a master at the world's most complex board game, Beijing was shocked into action on artificial intelligence. Now Xi Jinping wants China to be the world's unrivalled AI superpower.... more
    New Zealand can now fine travellers who refuse to unlock their digital devices for a search
    5 Oct: Travellers entering New Zealand who refuse to disclose passwords for their mobile phones and other digital devices during forced searches can now face prosecution and fines of up to $NZ5,000.... more
    The Cleaners: Meet the hidden people who clean up the worst of the internet
    3 Oct: Content moderation is a mostly secretive and hidden industry, with work often outsourced to developing countries. Here, workers are routinely exposed to horrific content, offered little psychological support and forced to keep quiet — but a new documentar... more
    Australia's surveillance laws could damage internet security globally, overseas critics say
    3 Oct: If it is passed, the Assistance and Access Bill's expansive powers could make Australia a troubling test case for the rest of the world, according to privacy groups and technology companies.... more
    A disappointing punishment for a computer and IT retailer, for breaching the law over warranties
    1 Oct: A disappointing punishment for a computer and IT retailer, for breaching the law over warranties... more
    US and Australia working to counter China's PNG internet bid, top US diplomat confirms
    29 Sep: The top US diplomat in Australia publicly confirms the two countries are working to stop Chinese telco Huawei from building a domestic internet cable network in Papua New Guinea.... more
    Two hundred and 50 kilos of beef and pork mince sold from Pak n Save Glen Innes is being recalled after a staff member dropped their mobile phone into a mincer
    24 Sep: Two hundred and 50 kilos of beef and pork mince sold from Pak n Save Glen Innes is being recalled after a staff member dropped their mobile phone into a mincer... more

     Most Popular Recent Technology News
     24 Sep: Two hundred and 50 kilos of beef and pork mince sold from Pak n Save Glen Innes is being recalled after a staff member dropped their mobile phone into a mincer +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
     24 Sep: Mobile phone users will have be wary of phone scammers for the foreseeable future ++++++++++++++++++++++
     03 Oct: The Cleaners: Meet the hidden people who clean up the worst of the internet ++++++++++++++++++++
     29 Sep: US and Australia working to counter China's PNG internet bid, top US diplomat confirms ++++++++++++++++++++
     01 Oct: A disappointing punishment for a computer and IT retailer, for breaching the law over warranties +++++++++++++++++
     05 Oct: New Zealand can now fine travellers who refuse to unlock their digital devices for a search ++++++++++++++++
     03 Oct: Australia's surveillance laws could damage internet security globally, overseas critics say ++++++++++++++++

     Technology NewsLinks
      20 Oct: Auckland transport trials 'eye-monitoring' technology to stop bus drivers falling asleep (Stuff.co.nz)
      20 Oct: Apple has a 'moral responsibility' to deal with tech addiction, says chief designer (NZ Herald)
      20 Oct: New technology only adds to baseball's culture of paranoia (NZ Herald)
      19 Oct: Australia lawyers' group: draft cyber laws would curb rights (NZ Herald)
      19 Oct: Boeing's new business targets computers modelled on human brains (NZ Herald)
      19 Oct: What's next for paul allen's big investments? it's not clear (NZ Herald)
      19 Oct: How u2's technology is changing concerts for the better (BBCWorld)
      18 Oct: Asia shares sag after retreat on wall st, weaker japan data (NZ Herald)
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     Today's News

    International:
    Buddhist extremism: Meet the violent followers of a religion widely known for its pacifism 8:17

    Basketball:
    The Perth Wildcats have continued their unbeaten start to the Australian Basketball League 8:17

    Soccer:
    Melbourne City's beaten the Victory 2-1 in their Melbourne A-League derby at Marvel Stadium 8:06

    Golf:
    Lydia Ko's hanging on to a top 20 spot at the LPGA's latest tournament in Shanghai 7:57

    Soccer:
    Chelsea's 2-all home English Premier League draw with Manchester United has ended in scuffles 7:46

    Rugby League:
    Tonga believes it belongs as a tier-one nation in international rugby league 7:36

    International:
    Real-life tomb raiders: Egypt's $US3 billion smuggling problem 7:27

    Business:
    The jackpot in a record-breaking lottery in the States has climbed to 1.6 billion dollars 7:26

    Rugby League:
    The Kangaroos have parted the red sea at Mount Smart Stadium, denying Tonga 34-16 in the first ever league test between the two sides 7:16

    Entertainment:
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