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How can you reduce the data Facebook collects?

Much like Santa Claus, who knows when children are sleeping and when they are awake, Facebook has been keeping very close tabs on me...

The keepers of the emoji revealed

The long torment of the gingers is over. People of reddish hair are finally to be represented, alongside all the other peoples of the world,...

‘Urgent action’ needed after NZ’s emissions rise 20%

Expansion in the dairy industry is one of the big reasons emissions have climbed about 20 per cent in just two and a half...

How ‘Jurassic Park’ Made History 25 Years Ago, Propelling Computer-Generated Animation Forward

It was the first time that computer-generated characters interacted with human actors on screen. How has the technology improved since then? Computer-generated dinosaurs walk...

What to expect at Apple’s first big event of 2018

Apple has its first big event of 2018 scheduled for tomorrow, and the Cupertino company may use it to announce a new iPad and...

Teaching Refugees How To Map Their World Could Have Huge Benefits

I first visited the Zaatari refugee camp in early 2015. Located in northern Jordan, the camp is home to more than 80,000 Syrian refugees....

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Deborah Hill Cone: Shall I #deletefacebook? Would it matter?

'Each time, as I listen and fall under their spell I become a different man - I'm convinced that I have become taller and...

David McLean: Open Banking – A new world of data sharing

You need look no further than your friends' Facebook pages to realise that social media has redefined our willingness to share personal information. What you...

Alex Duncan: Auckland can fix congestion

When confronted with two diverging roads, the narrator in Robert Frost's poem "took the road less travelled by, and that has made all the...

Is Fitbit running out of puff as sales fall?

Fitness band maker Fitbit lost money in 2017 after selling fewer devices during the year, as it warned over shifting consumer tastes. The results prompted...

The Pickup Truck’s Transformation From Humble Workhorse to Fancy Toy

The pickup truck’s rise from its crude, makeshift origins to the almost luxury-item status it enjoys today amounts to a Horatio Alger tale with...

Labour and National talk to real people, steer clear of Cambridge Analytica-style data services

Neither Labour or National say they used data services like those of Cambridge Analytica - the company embroiled in controversy over its use of...

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Everton v Newcastle, LIVE score: Get the latest Premier League updates

Everton host Newcastle in the Premier League at Goodison Park on Monday Everton haven't produced the season they had hoped for at the start of...

MP’s assistant claims she ‘cured’ her cancer with cannabis oil  

Lin Coxon believes she has beaten the disease, with just 'small wisps' remainingShe was facing eight rounds of chemo, followed by surgery and radiotherapyMs...

Poppy Appeal goes virtual, puts focus on mental health

NZME is showing its support for the RSA’s annual Poppy Appeal with a campaign asking its readers and listeners to donate and #PinAPoppy to...

Liz Hurley’s nephew shares picture of his first steps since stabbing

Miles Hurley, 21, was stabbed along with his friend two weeks ago in LondonHe has now taken to Instagram and posted a photo of...

Fishermen take to Britain’s rivers to protest Brexit ‘capitulation’

The group 'Fishing for Leave' organised the protest with flotillas bearing flags and sounding horns on riversA draft Brexit deal will effectively keep Britain...

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