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Be careful what you emoji - it could land you in court

A court says the icons can show intent.

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The mp3 is dead - but the music plays on

The mp3 has been declared dead, but don't worry - the dodgy mp3s filling your hard drive will still work.

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'Unhackable' currency Ether soars 1000 pct

Ether , a Bitcoin alternative, is the hot pick on online exchanges.

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Facebook goes down in NZ, Australia

The brief outage left people unable to post their very important updates.

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Monkey business: Forget Apple, here's the Banana Phone

Tired of talking on your Apple iPhone? How about swapping it for a banana?

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Oracle exec: We need more Kiwi women in tech

Just 3 percent of 15-year-old New Zealand schoolgirls consider a career in tech, research shows.

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Future of virtual reality showcased at Auckland expo

All the big players from Google to Facebook are investing heavily in VR.

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Facebook to launch original shows - report

Some would be short but others would "feel at home on TV".

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Facial mapping software moves into mainstream

Actors are taking out 'digital insurance' so they get paid after they die.

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Kiwis prefer larger phones - study

Samsung's flagship phones are available in New Zealand from today.

Vodafone outage across Auckland

Vodafone outage across Auckland, Northland fixed

It lasted 16 minutes.

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VR lets new generation step back in time

The world's second-oldest merchant ship is being brought into the 21st century.

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The power of thought: From your brain onto Facebook

Facebook has revealed it has dozens of engineers working on mind-reading technology.

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Snapchat unveils new World Lenses feature

The new 3D filters can be added to any scene, and are anchored to real-life objects.

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Rubbish company makes shift to electric trucks

A company that collects your rubbish is leading the drive to electrify New Zealand's transport fleet.

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Adorable robotic critter aims to be your newest companion

Its name is MiRo and its creators say it's smarter than the average pet.

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Kiwi-made technology could cure cancer

And the scientists behind it say it's as simple as Lego.

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Back from the 'dead': Return of the Tamagotchi

Remember that toy you had to constantly take care of?

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What is YouTube TV?

YouTube TV officially launches in the US… but what is it?

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'Jedi' mind trick: The power of thought revealed

Aziz Al-Sa'afin moves a Star Wars BB-8 droid using just his mind.