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The 3000-year-old tomb of an ancient Egyptian queen has been captured in virtual reality by a Wellington developer.
Jon* likes to taunt animal welfare activists by inviting them to abuse animals at events like a punch-your-dog day.
Computers started to be able to recognise human faces in images decades ago, but now artificial intelligence systems are rivalling people's ability to classify objects in photos and videos.
Ticketmaster has warned customers to monitor their account statements for evidence of fraud or identity theft in the wake of an online security breach in the UK.
In early 2014, Jarryd Salem and Alesha Bradford left their native Australia to backpack from Thailand to South Africa without taking a single flight.
Apple has been slapped with an A$9 million ($9.6m) fine by Australia's Federal Court for making false or misleading claims to customers with faulty iPhones and iPads.
Ford's turning its attentions to bikers who find themselves troubled by navigation apps on the busy streets.
A passion for gaming and an outgoing personality is the perfect mix for streaming success, and Ronald Diaz, aka 'dizzybaku', has both in spades.
A "renaissance man" who started a billion-dollar technology company is aiming to enlighten the "dark side" of data and change how the internet pays for the stuff we put in our brains.
Morris Chang rarely gets a mention alongside the world's best-known technology entrepreneurs, such as Bill Gates, Steve Jobs and Jeff Bezos. Few outside the tech industry know of him.
France's phone-loving children will have to do without their mobile devices at school under a bill aimed at combating distraction and bullying in the classroom.