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Apple's most expensive 2019 iPhone may feature an unusually-aligned three-camera setup and drop the technology that enables 3D Touch, according to reports and leaks that are beginning to bring a preliminary image of the devices into focus.
OPINION: If there's one piece of technology that's head-and-shoulders more exciting than anything else in 2019, it's 5G.
It has been nine years since the Government pledged to bring better connectivity to New Zealand's rural areas and it's spending over half-a-billion dollars to get there.
âThe video showed the woman in a pink off-the-shoulder top, sitting on a bed, smiling a convincing smile.
By 9am on Boxing Day, Kiwis had listed nearly 3000 Christmas 'pressies' for sale on Trade Me - while there were 40,000 searches for unwanted gifts onsite.
Thâe world's largest supplier of telecommunications gear has shipped more smartphones than it ever has, announcing that its 2018 shipments exceeded 200 million devices, despite a Trump administration crackdown and increasing scrutiny from other national governments.
I was never one to make big New Year's resolutions. I never gave up coffee or started a cleanse or picked up Soul Cycling. Before having kids, I usually went to get a pedicure to commemorate the day. If nothing else, my toes would start the year off right.
An increasing number of video game addicts are turning to the Problem Gambling Foundation for help as most district health boards don't provide treatment for the condition.
A report prepared for the US Senate provides the most sweeping analysis yet of Russia's disinformation campaign around the 2016 election found the operation used every major social media platform to deliver words, images and videos tailored to voters' interests to help elect US President Donald Trump - and worked even harder to support him while in office.
Smart phone data could soon be used to identify those at risk of suicide to get them help quickly, but some academics are concerned about data security.
OPINION: The smartphone industry is a bit odd. It's one of the few industries where devices are getting bigger and prices are going up. It's pretty much the opposite of Moore's Law.
OPINION: Google Maps is one of the greatest innovations of our time. Maps of the entire world, on demand, for free, in your pocket any time you want it. Can you even imagine how jealous Burke and Wills would be of that?
As terrorist attacks increased after 2014 amid the Islamic State's global push, Australian authorities saw themselves confronted with a challenge they shared with all other Western agencies: they could identify suspects, but accessing their communications to discover their intentions often remained impossible.
One lucky Stuff member is set to win a Netatmo home security package worth $940 just in time for the summer holidays. The Netatmo Presence provides real-time analysis of what is happening outside your home while the Netatmo Welcome is an indoor security camera which uses facial recognition technology to identify visitors.