The "summer hours" programme will allow its 2000 workers to depart at 2pm.
He's causing controversy with his comments about a meeting with Silicon Valley execs.
Almost half have come into conflict with friends and family over their excessive time online.
"If we don't curb emissions... science tells us that the results will be catastrophic."
"We do not expect to release this video."
Te reo Māori will be added to one of the world's most popular language learning app by the end of the year.
"Inconsistent, misleading and untruthful."
Explore Pippins allows five- and six-year-olds to earn badges through devices.
Record amounts of fraud and other crimes are being picked up at the New Zealand border.
It was all part of the day's events at CES in Las Vegas.
One new car doubled as a media entertainment centre.
It had fewer false positives and false negatives than radiologists in recent testing.
Every year Google moves billions through tax havens - no more, it says.
Normal X-rays miss up to 15 percent of significant injuries.
No more political ads while you're listening to the latest bangers.
Trade Me now says it can use some of its members' personal information in its marketing.
It's the first time that tech companies have faced such a legal challenge.
Users can insert their own faces into videos, complete with animated facial expressions.
This is genius if you're the designated IT person in your family.
It was released in 2007, and triggered a plague of cuts and bruises.