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The Virgin Galactic owner plans to be on the flight.
Richard Branson says first commercial spaceflight 'months away'
00:21
A technical snag was observed less than an hour before take-off.
India plans to launch moon mission next week after aborted attempt
Elon Musk reveals plans for 'symbiosis with artificial intelligence', teasing human trials for Neuralink brain chip
Instagram is trialling the removal of like counts on posts.
Instagram likes to be hidden for New Zealand users in trial to 'remove pressure'
Privacy concerns raised over app which transforms user's face into older self
Wheelchairs, prosthetic arms and legs, as well as a new guide dog and an ear with a hearing aid all feature in the new emojis.
Apple, Google celebrate diversity unveiling over 70 new symbols
A farmer sprays his crops using a drone.
Government releases vision for integrating drones into everyday Kiwi life
01:56
The computing pioneer and code breaker didn’t get the public recognition he deserved before his death in 1954.
WWII codebreaking hero Alan Turing to be face of Britian's new 50 pound note
This July 1969 photo provided by NASA shows launch controllers in the firing room at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida during the Apollo 11 mission to the moon. In the third row from foreground at center is JoAnn Morgan, the first female launch controller. "I was there. I wasn't going anywhere. I had a real passion for it," Morgan said in a July 2019 interview. "Finally, 99 percent of them accepted that 'JoAnn's here and we're stuck with her.' " (NASA via AP)
As 50th anniversary of moon landing nears, those who laboured behind the scenes honoured
02:07
Rural contractors contributed $1.5 billion to GDP last year, but despite growth, business are struggling to fill positions.
'It's not just about steering a wheel' – growing need for rural contractors in NZ and around world
A Russian Proton-M rocket takes off from the launch pad at Russia's space facility in Baikonur, Kazakhstan. A Russian Proton-M rocket successfully delivered a cutting-edge space telescope into orbit Saturday after days of launch delays
Russia launches major new telescope into space after days of delays
03:50
Our space pioneers are short of staff across a range of trades.
Space pioneers wanted: Rocket Lab short of staff
Conservative Party leadership candidate Boris Johnson gestures during a visit to Wetherspoons Metropolitan Bar in London, Wednesday July 10, 2019. (Henry Nicholls/Pool Photo via AP)
India prepares to land rover on moon in global space race
Netsafe chairman Rick Shera talked about the issue on TVNZ1’s Breakfast.
Google Assistant could be listening to you
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Hannah Hardy-Jones Kite app is looking at getting people flying again.
Kiwi mum's personal development app goes global
In this photo taken April 11, 2019, in Emeryville, Calif. A growing number of startups worldwide are making cell-based or cultured meat that doesn't require slaughtering animals. (AP Photo/Terry Chea)
Meat grown in a lab? Startups cook up alternative to slaughter
01:41
The inventors hope the software will eliminate the need for costly ear-tags.
Groundbreaking facial recognition software under development in Dunedin - for sheep
07:16
What are your rights when it comes to the towers being installed within your property’s view?
Fair Go: Residents 'livid' after cellphone towers put up near their properties, spoiling pristine views
One of Instagram's newly-announced AI-driven features will alert users to potentially offensive comments, asking them to think twice before posting
Instagram launches anti-bullying features to tackle offensive comments
01:32
The Justice Minister says the Government should try to assist Google to avoid breaching New Zealand suppression orders.
Andrew Little considering database for court suppression orders after Google's breach in Grace Millane case
00:40
Strangers reported the suspected attack to police after hearing Luke Munday fighting with his girlfriend.
Sydney gamer pleads guilty to live-stream assault of pregnant girlfriend
05:04
Sometimes smartphones aren’t always the best option, Seven Sharp finds.
Parenting: Is a 'dumbphone' the answer to kids wanting mobile phones?
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Google apologises over publishing Grace Millane murder accused's name
07:43
Netsafe chairman Rick Shera talked about the issue on TVNZ1’s Breakfast.
Government should hold Google to account over Grace Millane name suppression breach - law expert
03:22
'We're all going to be exposed' - woman launches petition to stop 5G in Mangawhai
A search crew was due to enter the drift tomorrow, but that won’t happen, Andrew Little said.
'Google's contempt for NZ law unacceptable,' Justice Minister Andrew Little says
Facebook site evacuated after mail tests positive for deadly nerve agent sarin
Facebook’s new Libra digital currency is aimed at a huge potential market for financial services, the entire developing world, with billions of people in areas such as India and Sub-Saharan Africa, where financial services are often less sophisticated and many people don’t use traditional banking accounts.
Facebook's digital currency may flourish where banks don't
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Watch: Rocket Lab launches satellites from Māhia Peninsula
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg.
Zuckerberg says Facebook 'evaluating' deepfake video policy
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