Do the wildly popular apps mean baddies can access your private information?
Technology could play a bigger role in ensuring more New Zealanders stay home to save lives, writes Jon MacKay.
Companies are having to experiment with working remotely amid the COVID-19 lockdown.
But the apps have drawn concern from privacy experts.
"We need to exercise absolute caution in terms of what we're doing online."
"We are looking at this issue with urgency."
Kiwis will finally be able to monitor heart health if they buy the Apple product.
"It's more important than ever to stay vigilant."
But everything is operating normally now.
He referenced three leaders who didn't go to university.
One Kiwi charity's using the tech to connect sick kids with their classmates.
Those 18 hour flights to New York might be a lot easier.
Department of Conservation has plans to install even more advanced cameras.
But Winston Peters originally appeared to back the Green Party policy.
Quite the blunder.
Google Earth features brighter colours, sharper images and resolutions up to 4K.
The boom is being fueled by increasingly small and cheap hidden cameras.
"They misled and overcharged thousands of customers."
It has a game-changing camera but still suffers from a dull design.
5G uses higher frequency radio waves, but they travel much shorter distances than 4G.