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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's Technology articles  Technology
    Blue light at night can disrupt your body clock, but it's not all bad
     15 November 2018
    You may have heard that too much screen time in the evening is a bad for you, and it's true the blue light emitted by devices like phones and tablets can disturb your sleep. But blue light is not all bad.
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    Japanese minister in charge of cyber security laws admits he rarely uses computers
    15 Nov: Yoshitaka Sakurada admits during a parliamentary committee hearing that he does not often "touch a computer", despite being handed the responsibility of revising key cyber security laws in Japan.... more
    Horowhenua District Council's been told to apologise to Mayor Michael Feyen and four others for blocking their emails for six years
    12 Nov: Horowhenua District Council's been told to apologise to Mayor Michael Feyen and four others for blocking their emails for six years... more
    The Automobile Association and its members are welcoming the trial of two high-tech speed cameras in Auckland
    5 Nov: The Automobile Association and its members are welcoming the trial of two high-tech speed cameras in Auckland... more
    New high-tech "point to point" speed cameras will be tested in the Waterview Tunnel and on a section of the Southern Motorway before the Government decides whether to roll them out around the country
    5 Nov: New high-tech "point to point" speed cameras will be tested in the Waterview Tunnel and on a section of the Southern Motorway before the Government decides whether to roll them out around the country... more
    Is there a market for AI art? This $600k painting suggests there is
    1 Nov: Recently New York arthouse Christie's auctioned off an original painting generated by AI for more than 38 times its expected price. Is this a novelty or the dawn of a new art market?... more
    MIT is letting the internet control a real person for Halloween. What could possibly go wrong?
    31 Oct: The Massachusetts Institute of Technology is inviting you to control a real person for Halloween. The mission? To save humanity from an evil AI by the name of Zookd.... more
    Scientists have successfully placed high-tech instruments along the East Coast seafloor to record the earth's rumbles at New Zealand's largest fault line
    26 Oct: Scientists have successfully placed high-tech instruments along the East Coast seafloor to record the earth's rumbles at New Zealand's largest fault line... more
    Fresh warnings about scammers claiming to have hacked webcams, as the number of reports jumps over the long weekend
    23 Oct: Fresh warnings about scammers claiming to have hacked webcams, as the number of reports jumps over the long weekend... more
    Singapore flying taxi trial set to begin in the second half of 2019
    22 Oct: In the race to perfect driverless flying car technology that includes big-name firms Uber and Airbus, the high-tech city appears serious about getting the scheme off the ground in the face of questions over viability.... more

     Most Popular Recent Technology News
     23 Oct: Fresh warnings about scammers claiming to have hacked webcams, as the number of reports jumps over the long weekend +++++++++++++++++++++++++
     22 Oct: Singapore flying taxi trial set to begin in the second half of 2019 ++++++++++++++++++++++++
     26 Oct: Scientists have successfully placed high-tech instruments along the East Coast seafloor to record the earth's rumbles at New Zealand's largest fault line +++++++++++++++++++++
     01 Nov: Is there a market for AI art? This $600k painting suggests there is ++++++++++++++
     31 Oct: MIT is letting the internet control a real person for Halloween. What could possibly go wrong? ++++++++++++++
     05 Nov: The Automobile Association and its members are welcoming the trial of two high-tech speed cameras in Auckland +++++++++++++
     05 Nov: New high-tech "point to point" speed cameras will be tested in the Waterview Tunnel and on a section of the Southern Motorway before the Government decides whether to roll them out around the country ++++++++++

     Technology NewsLinks
      17 Nov: No obstacle to nz joining nato-backed cyber war drill (Stuff.co.nz)
      17 Nov: Tech companies, retailers weigh on us stocks; oil prices up (NZ Herald)
      16 Nov: Tech to give new insight into gorillas and other news (BBCWorld)
      16 Nov: Google's alphabet gives up on rescue robots (BBCWorld)
      16 Nov: Retailers, homebuilders lead early slide in us stocks (NZ Herald)
      15 Nov: Asian cup to get video review starting in quarterfinals (NZ Herald)
      15 Nov: Japan's softbank invests in us office space-sharing wework (NZ Herald)
      15 Nov: Apple stores to employ human trafficking victims (BBCWorld)
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