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    Horse owner fed up with drones
     29 April 2018
    A horse owner is fed up with being chased by flying drones whose operators can't be tracked down.
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    Google search data can prove everybody lies, author Seth Stephens-Davidowitz says
    1 Aug 2017: Created as a tool for searching the vast expanses of the internet, Google is also sucking up information about its users. It may just be the best data set we have on the human psyche, one author says.... more
    Wairarapa residents hit by phone scammers
    17 Dec 2010: A phone scam which has hit various parts of the Wellington district has now struck Wairarapa residents.... more
    New web site for disabled Kiwis launched
    12 Oct 2007: An enterprising AUT student has created a new website specifically for people with a disability. Red Nicholson, 21, launched walkingisoverrated.com on the 5th of October, and has already received over 600 hits. ... more
    Apple's Steve Jobs tells Music Industry drop DRM
    7 Feb 2007: "It doesn’t work and may never work."... more
    SKY Digital Restored, Customers Credited
    31 Mar 2006: SKY TV has confirmed that the Optus B1 satellite that failed at around 7pm Thursday night became operational again at 8.05am Friday morning. ... more
    Solar eclipse interferes with satellite restoration
    31 Mar 2006: The solar eclipse that occurred around midnight last night has interfered with and set back the restoration of SKY’s digital satellite service. ... more
    Sky Digital TV Blackout as satellite fails
    30 Mar 2006: Hundreds of thousands of Sky Digital subscribers that have come to rely on the Sky satellite service for their news and entertainment have been subjected to a prolonged blackout of all the Sky Channels.... more
    "MY SKY" not your SKY after all
    30 Mar 2006: The recent failure of the SKY satellite had another surprise for thousands of new “MY SKY” digital video recorder customers.... more
    Kiwi gamers ready for Xbox 360 midnight madness
    22 Mar 2006: Hundreds of Kiwi gamers will burn the midnight oil tonight, queuing outside stores across the country to ensure they’re among the first to get their hands on the Xbox 360 gaming console when it goes on sale at 12.01am, Thursday March 23.... more

     Most Popular Recent Technology News
     06 Sep: Kiwibank is experiencing issues with its internet banking, mobile phone app, website and phone services today ++++++++++++++++++++++++
     09 Sep: Christchurch students are returning to school with more restrictions in place ++++++++++++++++++++++++
     21 Sep: Victoria Park double-murder accused Luke David Fawcett 'rehearsed' attack in black latex suit, court hears +++++++++
     25 Sep: How internet sleuths and an obsession with true crime helped locate Gabby Petito ++++
     26 Sep: Coronavirus had a profound impact on children's education. Here's how one London school plans to catch them up +++
     28 Sep: Phone scams are 'exploding' and costing vulnerable Australians millions, new data shows +++
     27 Sep: Side-Eyeing Chloe Clem's confused expression sells as an NFT, but for far less than some other memes ++

     Technology NewsLinks
      28 Sep: Dyson purifier hot+cool formaldehyde air purifier review (GeekZone)
      26 Sep: Spyware problem likely to grow as technology develops, watchdog warns (Stuff.co.nz)
      26 Sep: 'fresh blood' needed to ensure health new zealand lives up to potential (Stuff.co.nz)
      25 Sep: Huawei's meng wanzhou free after deal with us (RadioNZ)
      25 Sep: The self-sustaining house on wheels and other news (BBCWorld)
      24 Sep: Massey university spends almost $1m supporting students since covid-19 lockdown (Stuff.co.nz)
      23 Sep: High-tech 'cocoons' at malaghan institute aim to speed up cancer therapy trials (Stuff.co.nz)
      23 Sep: Groundbreaking cancer treatment set to become more widely available through new partnership (NZ Herald)
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     Today's News

    Entertainment:
    Ana Navarro and Sunny Hostin have been cleared to return to 'The View' 9:23

    Soccer:
    Liverpool's heading into halftime with momentum in their away Champions League group football match at Porto, on Spark Sport 9:04

    Entertainment:
    Lea Seydoux thinks introducing a female James Bond is a terrible idea 8:53

    Entertainment:
    Tori Amos was "on [her] knees emotionally" amid the coronavirus lockdown 8:23

    Business:
    Bars and restaurants want changes to alcohol licensing during level two 8:14

    Rugby:
    Prop Ox Nche will come into the Springboks line-up in their only starting change for the second and final Rugby Championship test with the All Blacks on the Gold Coast 8:14

    Business:
    The Government's confident changes to property tax laws will give a leg up to first home buyers wanting to get on the property ladder 7:54

    Rugby League:
    Benji Marshall has given any thought of retirement the flick pass for now as he prepares for Sunday's NRL grand final with South Sydney 7:54

    Entertainment:
    Cheryl Burke has tested positive for COVID-19 7:53

    Basketball:
    Basketball's Tall Ferns have lost 62-50 to Olympic silver medallists Japan in their second Asian Cup game in Jordan 7:44

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