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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's Technology articles  Technology
    Beyoncé announces a new country album, Act II, during the Super Bowl — here's what we know
     12 February 2024
    Move over Usher and Taylor Swift, Beyoncé's attempt to 'break the internet' was the big musical talking point of the Super Bowl.
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    Usher's half-time show, Taylor Swift's boyfriend and Beyoncé tries to break the internet. Takeaways from Super Bowl LVIII
    12 Feb: The term 'Taylor Swift's boyfriend' is trending on X as the pop star attends the Super Bowl flanked by rapper Ice Spice and actor Blake Lively. Usher's guests include Alicia Keys, Lil Jon, Ludacris and H.ER. while Beyoncé ad sets tongues wagging.... more
    Ignoring work calls and emails after hours could soon become a legal right in Australia as political momentum grows to ensure people can unplug and unwind
    3 Feb: Ignoring work calls and emails after hours could soon become a legal right in Australia as political momentum grows to ensure people can unplug and unwind... more
    Conversation is Key: Kiwi women favour chat skills in online dating, survey shows
    10 Jan: A transformative survey by NZDating.com unveils a compelling narrative on contemporary dating criteria, with at least 40% of Kiwi women emphasizing the value of engaging in conversation above all else in online dating scenarios.... more
    More and more drug users and dealers are taking to social media to buy illegal substances
    2 Jan: More and more drug users and dealers are taking to social media to buy illegal substances... more
    The country's on track for the highest number of fines in a year, for using mobile phones while driving
    28 Dec 2023: The country's on track for the highest number of fines in a year, for using mobile phones while driving... more
    Two men have been charged with stealing equipment from telecommunications sites in the Far North
    21 Dec 2023: Two men have been charged with stealing equipment from telecommunications sites in the Far North... more
    Nelson Airport has been evacuated, after Police say a concerning email was sent
    17 Dec 2023: Nelson Airport has been evacuated, after Police say a concerning email was sent... more
    The Court of Appeal in Wellington had to be evacuated this afternoon, after it received a concerning email
    15 Dec 2023: The Court of Appeal in Wellington had to be evacuated this afternoon, after it received a concerning email... more
    National's mobile phone ban in schools has support but it could be made even more popular with a few tweaks
    3 Dec 2023: National's mobile phone ban in schools has support but it could be made even more popular with a few tweaks... more

     Most Popular Recent Technology News
     03 Feb: Ignoring work calls and emails after hours could soon become a legal right in Australia as political momentum grows to ensure people can unplug and unwind +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
     12 Feb: Usher's half-time show, Taylor Swift's boyfriend and Beyoncé tries to break the internet. Takeaways from Super Bowl LVIII +++++++++++++++++++
     12 Feb: Beyoncé announces a new country album, Act II, during the Super Bowl — here's what we know ++++++++++++++++++

     Technology NewsLinks
      29 Feb: World rugby backs smart mouthguards, confident issues will be fixed (RadioNZ)
      24 Feb: Players and coaches hit out at new technology as baffled players removed from the field (RadioNZ)
      24 Feb: Brain not brawn required for sail gp (RadioNZ)
      24 Feb: Leisure firm told scanning staff faces is illegal (BBCWorld)
      23 Feb: Joining aukus could boost nz’s poor research and technology spending, but at what cost? (RadioNZ)
      13 Feb: 'that was dance music' - kount five plus two's guide to music (RadioNZ)
      12 Feb: Politicians can be so stupid (Aardvark)
      10 Feb: Have we lost faith in technology? (BBCWorld)
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