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Sunday, 01 March 2015
Iran shrugs off Netanyahu's nuclear block
12:20 | 1/3/15
Iran believes Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's efforts to abort a nuclear deal are fruitless.
The science behind the divisive dress
06:22 | 28/2/15
Not since the Clinton White House years has a frock caused such a stir, as millions of people on the internet argued over the question, "What colour is this dress?"
Seth MacFarlane accused of plagiarising invention
12:34 | 27/2/15
Director and funnyman Seth MacFarlane has been dragged into a bizarre new lawsuit over a talking bottle opener.
Yahoo bigwig switches onto Survivor
12:10 | 27/2/15
Shirin Oskooi is an executive at Yahoo who has dreamed of being on Survivor for years.
Black and blue or white and gold?
11:10 | 27/2/15
So there's this dress thing that's been circulating the internet today – blue and black or white and gold?
New Zealand on the edge of space race
12:47 | 26/2/15
Seven months ago, Peter Beck's company announced plans to launch satellites into orbit from New Zealand – and that's on track to happen by the end of 2015.
Assange tries to have warrant quashed
12:41 | 26/2/15
Lawyers for WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange have filed an appeal to Sweden's Supreme Court seeking to quash the 2010 warrant for his arrest.
Tech Bytes - February 26, 2015
10:34 | 26/2/15
In Tech Bytes today we have smart shoes, clever cables, tomato-dispensing robots and flatpack furniture which assembles itself.
No rise in brain tumours despite mobile revolution
08:35 | 26/2/15
If mobile phones are meant to increase the risk of brain tumours there is no evidence of it in cancer statistics in New Zealand, research shows.
Space, the final frontier - for selfies
08:17 | 26/2/15
Some are saying the ultimate selfie has now been taken, because it happened 400km above earth during a spacewalk.
Amputees get robotic helping hand
06:10 | 26/2/15
Scientists in Arnold Schwarzenegger's native Austria have combined flesh and machine – this time for real.
Turing's family want 49,000 gay men pardoned
10:27 | 25/2/15
Relatives of Alan Turing, subject of Oscar-winning film The Imitation Game, have handed in a petition calling for the pardoning of 49,000 men prosecuted like him for homosexuality.
Android dominates smartphone race in 2014
08:08 | 25/2/15
Google's Android system has dominated the two-horse smartphone race in 2014, a tracking group says, with Apple's iOS second.
Digital guidelines for schools target cyber bullies
07:02 | 25/2/15
New digital guidelines for schools allow teachers to crack down on students with harmful content on their mobile devices.
Aloe Blacc wants more dollars from Spotify
06:59 | 25/2/15
Aloe Blacc feels cheated by the success of his Avicii collaboration 'Wake Me Up', because he made so little money from the song on Spotify.
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