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Tragedy shouldn’t rule driverless cars unsafe – experts

Kiwi experts have urged people not to dismiss self-driving cars as unsafe after a person was killed by one for the first time this...

Waikato man in Boeing race for personal flying invention

Aerospace company Boeing says 19 New Zealand inventors have registered for its US$2 million ($2.7m) contest to build a personal flying device. The deadline for...

The Conversation: Should lab-grown meat be labelled as meat?

Australian regulators will soon be faced with a challenge: can animal flesh produced in a lab be called meat? Amid reports that lab-grown meat could...

Rachel Stewart: Nothing warms the heart like a reminder you’ll die

I find myself contemplating death a great deal of late. Not other people's. Mine. And the strange thing is, I've discovered I'm less stressed than...

Elevators Are Going Green

Each day, more than seven billion elevator journeys are taken in tall buildings all over the globe. Considering that half the world’s population live...

Elon Musk reveals the biggest mistake of his career

Tesla founder and CEO Elon Musk took part in a Q&A session at the annual South by Southwest this week. A wide range of topics...

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Feds boot Tesla from investigation into fatal crash

Federal safety investigators have booted electric car maker Tesla Inc. from the group investigating a fatal crash in California that involved an SUV operating...

How can you reduce the data Facebook collects?

Much like Santa Claus, who knows when children are sleeping and when they are awake, Facebook has been keeping very close tabs on me...

How to check if Cambridge Analytica has any of your Facebook data

Have any of your Facebook friends give away your data to Cambridge Analytica? This page will tell you. A total of 87 million people around...

UK unveils new tech to fight extremist content online

The British government is unveiling new technology designed to remove extremist material from social media, amid mounting pressure on companies like Facebook and Twitter...

How Tiny Trackers Could Help Humans Avoid Kissing Bugs’ Deadly Smooch

While their adorable name stems from the way they leave midnight nips and smooches around human mouths and eyes, kissing bugs actually pose the...

One of world’s largest advertisers threatens to pull ads from Facebook and Google

One of the world's largest advertisers is threatening to pull its ads from social sites, such as Facebook and YouTube, if the tech companies...

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Kaino calls time on All Blacks by agreeing move to Top...

Kaino was a key player in the World Cup-winning squads of 2011 and 2015The 34-year-old back-rower played 81 Tests for his country, scoring 12 tries He...

Marjory Stoneman Douglas’s armed guard ‘never went in’ during shooting

Marjory Stoneman Douglas's resource officer Scot Peterson 'never went in' during the massacre Instead of confronting the gunman he stayed outside the school at his stationAn...

Watford 1-2 Burnley: Vokes and Cork net quickfire goals

By Oliver Todd for The Mail on Sunday Published: 16:53, 7 April 2018 | Updated: 18:55, 7 April 2018 Six games...

British soldier dies after diving accident in final week of course 

Lance Corporal George Partridge died at the National Diving and Activity CentreThe centre in Tidenham, Gloucestershire has sunken planes and buses on its bedHe was based...

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