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China calls for immediate release of Huawei CFO arrested in Vancouver

A former Canadian envoy to China warned the case might lead to a retaliation.

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Sunday’s Innovate series looks at another novel invention.

Straight Off The Printer - The Motorbike with 3D Printed Parts.

Sunday’s Innovate series looks at another novel invention.

In China, your car could be talking to the government

Global automakers are feeding location information and other data from electric vehicles to Chinese government monitoring centres.

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It’s a Chinese company and experts warn there will be consequences from Beijing.

Huawei seeks 'urgent meeting' with Government after GCSB shuts down proposed 5G partnership with Spark

A NZ representative for the Chinese owned telco says it wants to "find a way forward".

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The US and Australia have made a similar move over the Chinese company.

GCSB shuts down Spark's proposed 5G partnership with Huawei over 'significant network security risk'

The company says the decision will not affect plans to launch Spark's 5G network by 1 July 2020.

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Q+A host Corin Dann questioned Andrew Little about the decision New Zealand will have to make, as the 5G upgrade and the possible use of Huawei equipment looms.

Allowing Huawei into NZ's 5G network 'a very delicate call'

The US has reportedly told its Five Eyes partners to avoid using the Chinese company.

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The EVworld South Expo displayed the newest technological innovations in e-cars, scooters and bikes.

Latest innovations in electric transport showcased in new Christchurch expo

The EVworld South Expo displayed the newest creations in e-cars, scooters and bikes.

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The city has experienced a 12 per cent revenue growth year on year.

Wellington's 'entrepreneurial spirit' sees tech boom as companies flock to the capital

The city's experienced a 12 per cent revenue growth year on year as more companies make it a permanent base or a place to expand.

 Samsung Electronics has apologized for the sickness and deaths of some of its workers, saying it failed to create a safe working environment at its computer chip and display factories. (AP Photo/Lee Jin-man)

Samsung apologises over sicknesses, deaths of some workers

The company failed to "sufficiently manage health threats" at some manufacturing lines.

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If the school holidays meant kids at your place are vying for time on the couch you’re not alone.

Concerns Fortnite and PubG betting could be vulnerable to cheating

Esports gambling website Unikrn announced plans to allow players to wager on themselves.

Australian company claims its robot built Perth home is a world first

Engineers verified that the structure met relevant building standards.

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Around 8000 students will be able to sit their exams online.

NCEA, Scholarship exams start for about 140,000 young Kiwis, some online

This year about 8000 students will be sitting NCEA exams on computers.

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Taking out the bins is a job many of us loathe, but what if we had a robot to do it for us?

Meet the 15-year-old Kiwi inventor of the 'bin-bot' - a robot which wheels out bins

Taking out the bins is a job many of us loathe, but what if we had a robot to do it for us?

Electronic implant helps three paralysed men walk again

An electronic device inserted around the men's spines boosted signals from their brain to their legs.

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For people with disabilities online games can open up a whole new world.

'It's a game-changer' - special controller changes lives of disabled online gamers

Xbox has developed a new controller with bigger buttons and options for increased accessibility.

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In the latest episode of Sunday Innovate, Miriama Kamo learns about a breakthrough for people who aren’t able to tell when it’s time to go.

Christchurch man invents wee solution for those who wet pants in public

In the latest episode of Sunday Innovate, Miriama Kamo learns about a breakthrough for people who aren’t able to tell when it’s time to go.

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Kiri will initially be able to help people top up their account, but in time will learn to do more things as well.

Vodafone unveils latest employee - an artificial intelligence simulation called Kiri

Kiri will initially be available to help customers do things like top up their pre-pay accounts in store.

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Psychotherapist James Driver says up to five per cent of young people have a problem.

Gaming addiction 'something of an issue' for young New Zealanders, therapist says

Between two to five cent of youngsters are gaming in ways which could be considered addictive behaviour.

The eclipsed moon will appear a deep red during the celestial event which will be visible in southern parts of the country.

Fake 'moon' using huge space mirror could be launched over China by 2020

The "artificial moon" would illuminate an area of 80km, with a dusk-like glow that could replace streetlights.

Kiev, Ukraine - May 21, 2014: Woman holding a brand new Apple iPad Air and looking on  YouTube music playlist on a screen. YouTube is the world's most popular online video-sharing website that founded in February 14, 2005

YouTube is back, stop calling the police

The streaming service has fixed the site after it went offline on Wednesday afternoon.

A publicity photo for Facebook's Portal device.

Security concerns cloud Facebook’s first electronic device - a camera-equipped gadget for making video calls

It's unclear if people will open their homes to an internet-connected camera sold by a company with a questionable track record on protecting user privacy.

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Analysts have told 1 NEWS they think the Defence Force is already preparing for cyber attack.

Defending ourselves is no longer enough to fight off cyber attacks, experts say

Analysts have told 1 NEWS they think the Defence Force is already preparing to fight back.

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Aeronavics has helped with rhino conservation in Africa, now it’s turning its attention to helping New Zealand’s native species.

Drones could count possums, drop 1080 under Raglan company's plans

Aeronavics has helped with rhino conservation in South Africa, now it's aiming to help NZ's native species.

Kiwis are being targeted by a likely "reverse charge" scam pretending to be Uber.

Kiwis targeted by premium SMS 'Uber Code' text message scam

The messages come from a four-digit number, and give a random four-digit "Uber code".

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New Zealand hasn’t been affected by these attacks, but the GCSB says we can’t relax.

New Zealand's GCSB links 'malicious' cyber activity to Russia

"New Zealand organisations were not directly affected ... [but we are] ... seeing a range of activity in New Zealand that contains indicators which can be linked to Russian state actors."

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Seven Sharp’s Tim Wilson did some research, via Google.

Watch: As Google celebrates 20 years, what's in store for its future?

Seven Sharp's Tim Wilson did some research, via Google of course.

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The vehicle will be in the air next year, but you’ll need a pilot’s licence.

World's first ever flying car to hit the shelves next month

Manufactured in China, the first ever airborne vehicle will be available from 2019.

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