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Monday, 27 February 2017
Standing Rock Facebook check-ins don't 'overwhelm' police
01:08 | 2/11/16
More than a million people have used Facebook's 'check-in' feature to "overwhelm and confuse" police tracking Standing Rock protesters - but it's now been exposed as fallacy.
Hundreds perform haka to support Native Americans protesting Dakota Pipeline
08:49 | 1/11/16
A Facebook page set up to send support to the Standing Rock community now has 15,000 likes and many haka videos.
Colour-changing dress a fashion game-changer
05:11 | 1/11/16
A new dress, which is being billed as a game-changer, can change its colour in a matter of seconds at the touch of a button.
Video: Woman throws punches, abuse at man outside Queensland 7-Eleven
05:10 | 1/11/16
Footage of a woman repeatedly punching and yelling abuse at a man outside a 7-Eleven convenience store in Queensland has caused a stir on the internet.
Young Kiwi filmmakers into final of NASA film competition
04:21 | 1/11/16
A pair of 21-year-old movie-makers from Auckland have rocketed to instant success after their short film made it to the final of CineSpace, a film competition run by NASA.
Japanese tourists viciously bashed in Rotorua
01:12 | 1/11/16
The man and woman were punched, pushed to the ground and had thousands of dollars' worth of belongings stolen.
This machine's the stuff of nightmares
12:31 | 31/10/16
Artificial intelligence is now creating your worst nightmare.
Australian personal trainer reveals baby was ripped from stomach in C-section
02:25 | 31/10/16
Instagram star Chontelle Duncan had has revealed how doctors had to rip her unborn son from her stomach in a C-section after her abs wouldn't let go.
Foreign tourists in UK get better cellphone coverage than locals
03:16 | 30/10/16
Mobile phone reception in Britain is so poor that foreign tourists often get better coverage than locals, according to MPs.
Kiwi kids use the digital world to get active in the real world
06:30 | 29/10/16
Primary school children around the country are taking part in the Healthy Kids Challenge, which uses online elements to keep the kids active outside.
Social media could influence election - academic
02:23 | 29/10/16
Popularity on social media could influence a person's chance of winning a seat in next year's elections, a senior academics says.
Apple's new Macbooks come with 'Touch Bar' instead of function keys
09:28 | 28/10/16
Apple has introduced a new generation of Macbook Pros with a dedicated touch screen in lieu of traditional function bars.
Vladimir Putin denies Russia's hacking the US election
07:49 | 28/10/16
Vladimir Putin has accused American politicians of whipping up hysteria about a mythical Russian threat as a ploy to distract voters from their own failings.
Twitter calls it quits on Vine
06:33 | 28/10/16
Six-second video app Vine is shutting down in the coming months, just three years after it first came into the world.
Amazon's quarterly revenue jumps 29 percent
04:57 | 28/10/16
Back-to-school sales, increased interest in the cloud and a boost in sales from its Prime Day annual shopping festival have pushed revenue higher.
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