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What happens on the internet in 60 seconds?
It's Friday so Techday is going YouTube crazy, stumbling across an interesting summary of life on the internet - all 60 seconds of it.
Google launches high up in the Kiwi sky
New Zealand backed internet search giant's balloon-powered internet project, set to encircle the globe.
Kiwis speak now or forever hold your web address
Kiwis urged to speak up on consultation process that could significantly change New Zealand’s internet structure.
Kiwi women chase online instant thrills
New Zealand women are jeopardising their online security following instant thrills such as intimate lingerie and adult toys.
New .kiwi websites for Kiwis?
International regulator clears way for .kiwi websites and email addresses in move set to benefit millions of New Zealanders.
Half of NZ SMEs missing out online
50% of SMEs across New Zealand don't have a website, questioning the 'digital readiness' of Kiwi businesses.
Better-connected Kiwis surfing at home
Four out of five New Zealanders now have household internet access, signaling a change in times across the country.
Is the Kiwi dollar going digital?
New Zealanders appear to have taken to online shopping like ducks to water, with over half now shopping online.
NZ internet shopping on the rise…
Singlehandedly destroying the traditional retail industry, or offering consumers more variety and better deals than ever before?
UPDATED: TelstraClear fixes fault
"We apologise for the inconvenience are working with our vendors to determine the root cause."
Big Brother is watching you, doing Sweet FA
Peeping around corridors and eavesdropping conversations in the canteen is one thing, but have you been electronically spied on by your boss?
Blinder for Dotcom as he can’t see US ‘evidence’
Evidently the evidence against Kim Dotcom and Megaupload is so substantial that he isn’t allowed to know what it is to prepare his defence against extradition.
Consumers say NO to internet tracking
Digital consumers around the world are starting to tire of their personal data being collected across the internet.
Ask web inventor Berners-Lee a question
World Wide Web inventor Sir Tim Berners-Lee is set to speak in Wellington next month, with the public offered the chance to ask him questions.
Inventor of the web heads to Wellington
Sir Tim Berners-Lee to visit Wellington to deliver a public lecture exploring the benefits of an open internet.
2013 Cloud Predictions
Rackspace ANZ Country Manager Mark Randall offers his thoughts on the world of cloud computing during 2013.
Kim Jong Un’s spoof Google thank you note
Forbes contributor Justin Belmont offers quirky reply to Eric Schmidt's recent visit to North Korea.
Google urges North Korea to go online
Eric Schmidt makes visit to persuade country to embrace the web or risk economic decline.
NZ rejects international teleco treaty changes
Kiwis reject a push to bring the internet under stronger state control.
Teletext loses internet battle, closing early next year
TVNZ Service will shutdown after losing its battle with the internet.
Keep the internet free and open
Chief internet evangelist Vinton Cerf calls for the internet to remain free as the International Telecommunication Union met in Dubai.
Kiwis help decide Internet's future
Five New Zealand delegates to help deliberate the first revision of the International Telecommunications Regulations in 24 years.
Internet stuck in five-year traffic jam
International internet traffic quadruples over five years thanks faster broadband speeds and an online video boom.
Kiwis increase online activity
Latest findings show an increase in internet users throughout the country.